Have you done everything you can to make sure that your supervisors and employees are prepared to deal with a workplace violence situation if they are even faced with one?
While we’d all prefer to avoid dealing with workplace violence, it’s a fact that it is occurring with alarming frequency. OSHA statistics indicate that nearly two million U.S. workers report experiencing workplace violence every single year, and it seems like more and more episodes are making national and worldwide headlines.
Implementing preventive measures before there is a problem is a key to reducing the likelihood of experiencing a workplace violence event. Providing training is an important aspect of any prevention effort, and is the best way to ensure that company leaders know how to watch for warning signs and are prepared to handle situations that might develop as effectively as possible.
If you want to find out what to do to reduce the likelihood of workplace violence as well as how to watch for warning signs and respond in the event of a problem, attend this informative webinar.
Areas to be Covered:
Key facts & statistics about workplace violence
4 types of workplace violence
Sources of workplace violence
Keys to reducing the risk of experiencing workplace violence
Recognizing risk factors and warning signs
Tips for handling/de-fusing crisis situations
Behaviors that may escalate violence (to avoid)
Who will Benefit: