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Workplace Violence Awareness—Supervisors
Now on Mobile Devices
Violence costs industry millions in lost productivity, legal fees, and other related expenses every year. Certain types of jobs pose a higher risk for violence, including those where employees handle cash, work alone, work late-night or early morning hours, work in high-crime areas, guard valuables, or work in community settings. More than 80% of the untrained workforce “freezes” when confronted with violence but training helps professionals know what to do.
This interactive course will provide managers with the best practices for identifying potential violence and taking required action to manage personnel in the case of a violent incident or terrorist threat.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
This training course helps supervisors identify the causes of workplace violence and follow required security procedures to respond effectively to violent acts.
Management will learn how to help prevent violence, recognize threats, defuse situations, and train others to follow proper security procedures.
Provides managers with the knowledge to recognize potentially violent situations and techniques to diffuse escalation.
Clear step by step training on security procedures to ensure the safety of employees in case of a violent event.
Effective overview of preventative communication protocols and skill building for incident management.
Mobile, micro-sized training allows supervisors to train and refresh knowledge anytime, anywhere.
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- Define workplace harassment.
- Recognize bully behavior and how to avoid hiring them.
- Create a risk assessment and understand how to handle violence.
- Recognize social and business responsibility.
- Develop relevant policies and procedures.
- Learn how to investigate complaints.
- Individuals Managing Other Individuals or Interns