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Starting Your Workplace Violence Program on a Shoestring Budget

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Category anti harassment training;bullying in the workplace

Deadline: June 06, 2017 | Date: June 06, 2017

Venue/Country: New York, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-05-04 21:58:08 (GMT+9)

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You already know if the violence erupts in your workplace the consequences can be unpredictable, and can be severe. These include, but are not limited to, injuries or death of employees, customers, and/or visitors from workplace violence, in lawsuits, property damage, increased insurance premiums, OSHA enforcement actions, increases employee turnover and reduced community trust.

In most workplaces where risk factors can be identified, the risk of assault can be prevented or minimized if employers know and take appropriate precautions.

One of the best protections employers can offer their workers is to establish a written policy toward workplace violence, covering all workers, patients, clients, visitors, contractors, and anyone else who may come in contact with company personnel. A low-cost workplace violence prevention program, combined with engineering controls, administrative controls and training can reduce the incidence of workplace violence in both private sector and government workplaces.

Why Should You Attend

This anti harassment training offers employers low- and no-cost ideas and resources for starting a workplace violence prevention and mitigation program.

Even though your organization may not be at high risk for violence, because the consequences can be devastating, protecting your team is just good business. And while nobody disputes the importance or preventing workplace violence, all too often it is not considered urgent. Except after the fact, when it is too late.

Every dollar spent on one thing is a dollar you don’t have to spend on something else. Will you have a workplace violence incident next month? Probably not. But for sure there’ll be payroll, insurance, rent, etc. that must be covered. Pay them or go out of business. But crossing your fingers and hoping for the best is not going to prevent or mitigate violence.

Areas Covered in this Webinar

This webinar will address the key elements of violence management: prevention, mitigation, and response.

Free or low cost ways to conduct risk analysis, secure the business premises, create polices, conduct safety training and keep your facilities and people safe from violence will be covered.

Resources available from OSHA, NIOSH, the FBI and other organizations will be reviewed.

Learning Objectives

After participating in this workplace violence and harassment training, you will be able to describe, outline and/or discuss-

• The Scope, Impact and Typology of Workplace Violence

• Workplace Violence Plans, Policies and Procedures

• Worksite Violence Risk Analysis Tips

• Hazard Prevention & Control Methods

• Personal Safety Training- Low-cost and Free Resources

• Recordkeeping & Evaluation

• Responding to Workplace Violence Incidents

Who Will Benefit

Security, Human Resources, Safety, Facilities/Maintenance, Risk Management/Legal, Counseling/Mental Health, and Operations.

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