We are advocating for legislation that addresses workplace violence in healthcare facilities. Our proposal incorporates a requirement for these facilities to assess the threat components related with workplace violence and make a strategy to address it. Direct care employees ought to have input in creating this strategy, which ought to be reevaluated annually. On top of that, reporting mechanisms ought to be established to collect information on incidents of workplace violence, and the Division of Public Well being ought to be informed of these incidents. At present, hospitals are hesitant to report such incidents, but with penalties and reporting specifications in location, they will be compelled to do so. Moreover, victims of workplace assault ought to be provided time off to address the concern, particularly if they opt for to press charges. Legislation is necessary to enhance penalties for workplace assaults against healthcare workers, as only 32 states at present treat such assaults as felonies. In total, 38 states have laws addressing workplace violence against healthcare workers and nurses. Research have shown that implementing measurable and enforceable workplace violence prevention applications leads to enhanced high-quality of care, lowered incidents of violence, and greater employees morale. By giving help to personnel throughout workplace violence incidents, healthcare facilities can not only attract but also retain their employees extra correctly.