Workplace Violence Training Videos
Violence is anything that hurts a person physically or emotionally. School violence refers to any act of violence that occurs within a school community. Both “threats of violence” and physical “acts of violence” create an unsettling and unsafe environment for everyone in a school community.
Preventing Violent Attacks at Schools: Threat Assessment & Emergency Response Planning & Training - Webinar On-Demand
Video Streaming Also AvailableHealthcare workers have a 20% overall higher rate of workplace violence than all other workers (Source: NCVS). We must recognize the warning signs and then speak up. Most violence is less obvious than someone walking in with a gun.
Active Shooter Preparedness: Strategies to Anticipate and Respond to Active Shooter Events - On-Demand
With the frequency of active shooter incidents on the rise in recent years it’s more important than ever to learn strategies to protect yourself and others if you’re ever in that situation.
Workplace violence is a growing concern for employers across the country, ranging from incidents of employee harassment to brutal active shooter attacks on a commercial facility. In many cases, the onus is on the employer to ensure proper precautions and protocols are in place to protect their workforce. They may risk costly fines and damaging litigation if they fail to do their due diligence. What’s more, lives are risk.
Active Shooter in the Workplace: Tactical Strategies and Response Protocols to Improve Survival - On-Demand
Supporting a friend or family member who was a victim of sexual assault is an important step for his or her recovery. The Helping a Friend Who Was Sexually Assaulted Tri-Fold Brochures explain the importance of being a supportive and trustworthy friend and what steps should be taken to help a friend cope with the sexual assault.
Do you know an alcoholic or an illegal drug addict? Chances are good that you do – chances are good that you work with one, too. This important program will help supervisors and managers recognize alcoholism and drug abuse in the workplace and help reduce missed work days, increase productivity and protect worker health and safety.