Susan Sturholm President, All Things HR LLC
Violence in the Workplace is potentially a huge liability and a fiscal disaster waiting to happen.
Workplace violence is neither entirely random nor unpredictable.
Are we in a PERFECT STORM?
Furloughs, layoffs, unemployment, debts, increasing economic uncertainty and pressure can lead to high risk conditions in your workplace.
ARE YOU PREPARED?
If you are going to prevent violence in the workplace, you must prepare for and be able to identify the symptoms of violence.
Now a top priority for DOSH. In 2012, workplace violence was the third leading cause of workplace deaths in Washington State.
“OSHA Issues Compliance Directive to Address Workplace Violence”
“CDC Highlights Violence as a Public Health Issue --
Workplace violence is a serious recognized occupational hazard, ranking among the top four causes of death in workplaces during the past 15 years”
Workplace violence affects more than 2 million workers in the United States every year and accounts for about 20 percent of all violent crime ...
In this training we will focus on the employer’s responsibility to provide a violence free workplace.
What can you do to protect your employee?
We will provide you with tools to establish a workplace violence prevention program, including communication to all employees about your prevention tools.
This class is not currently scheduled.
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