New Jersey Department of Health Regulations – Mandatory Training Now in Effect

November 7, 2017

The New Jersey Department of Health adopted regulations that require certain individuals working at a licensed health care facility to complete mandatory training to identify and respond to human trafficking. The regulations were adopted pursuant to the New Jersey Human Trafficking Prevention, Protection and Treatment Act. Facility compliance for the one-time training course on the handling and response procedures of suspected human trafficking activities is a condition of facility license issuance, maintenance, and renewal.

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