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Dealing with hot tempers that could potentially lead to workplace violence.
The importance of investigating rumors of threats regardless of who is involved.
Obtaining permissions for pre-employment screening
Knowing your options and what to do in an active shooter/intruder situation is key to prevailing! This short - yet powerful - video highlights the key OUT options (GET OUT, LOCK OUT, TAKE OUT) trainees can take in a shooter situation.
Preventing workplace violence begins with manager awareness.
Aggressive and threatening comments on the job
An armed intruder situation is something few of us have prepared for. And it’s that lack of preparation that raises anxiety…and fear. Training increases our ability to take appropriate action. It gives us a greater sense of preparedness, which will help with anxiety and stress levels - especially during a shooter situation.
An active shooter event can happen anywhere…including manufacturing facilities. Now, you may already be thinking, “it would never happen here... especially in this small town.” The fact is, a little over half of the active shooter events that have occurred in the last 20 years have taken place in locations in which the population is less than 10,000 people. PREVAIL!® is designed to help your organization better respond in violent situations involving an armed threat.
Responding to unprofessional or violent behavior when dealing with an ADA-protected employee.
Discusses how an employee who makes threats toward persons who do not work for their organization can still impact the organization's susceptibility to hostile work environment issues and other lawsuits.
Legal Briefs™ Workplace Violence: Three Action Steps to Keep the Workplace Safe and Stay Out of Court
Review of actions managers can take to prevent workplace violence and reduce liability.
Perspective on everyone's responsibility in preventing workplace violence
A review of what it takes to be safe in the workplace; the S.A.F.E. model explained.
Promote a safe work environment and prevent workplace violence using this self-study video program. Users will see the Be S.A.F.E. Not Sorry in a whole new format - a self-study program! This program pauses during sections of the video to allow users to reflect on the topic and answer questions.