During admission we complete our patient risk assessment and a physical plant risk assessment. our safety committee must provide ongoing staff training to ensure awareness of potential risks on units, Installation of products that reduce risk in all patient areas and routine inspections of inpatient. our psychiatric units to ensure safety levels are maintained. The care and safety of psychiatric patients at risk of harm to themselves or others, and the staff providing care are our primary concerns. A ligature risk (point) may include anything which could be used to create a sustainable attachment point such as a cord, rope, or other material for the purpose of hanging or strangulation. Also, the staff should monitor shower rails, coat hooks, pipes and radiators, window and door frames, ceiling fittings, handles, hinges and closures. Common ligature points and ligatures are doors, hooks/handles, windows frames, belts, sheets, towels and shoelaces. Staff find any ligatures risk immediately reported to the supervisor. The general members are in the group include MHTA, Nursing administer, risk management team, safety officer. Any concerns raised by workers or supervisors; the correction plan is taken immediately. The safety committee meeting will take place every two weeks. The safety committee must publish once a month report to our department heads. The nursing administrator provide information to each ward If any concerns or any issues to address and followed by in-service to each employee. They are responsible for planning, placing and frequent education sections. They should understand the issues and applicable to daily life and working environment.