Violence in the Workplace Policies
Prepare your company so if violence in the workplace happens, you will have a plan.
What are Violence in the Workplace Policies?
Violence in the workplace policies define how employees will identify potentially violent workplace situations, provide resources and procedures to follow in case of violence in the workplace, and prevent violence in the workplace. Most workplace violence policies cover how a supervisor can avoid violence in the workplace and protect employees. Our programs not only help protect your employees but will also help fulfill government and insurance requirements.
Insure Compliance will meet with staff and create a violence in the workplace policy based on your industry, work environment, and other requirements. The policy will ensure that your employees know and understand workplace violence and how to protect themselves. This policy will cover the following items:
- What situations are considered violence in the workplace
- The responsibilities of company managers
- How to prevent violence in the workplace situations
- Best practices in the case of violence in the workplace
Why should I have Violence in the Workplace Policies?
Workplace violence is a very real threat to America’s workforce. According to the OSHA, approximately 2 million workers are victims of workplace violence every year and this number is increasing. The main benefits of creating workplace violence policies are to:
- Identify possible workplace violence scenarios
- Create policies to protect employees
- Help supervisors understand how to prevent workplace violence
- Help with Insurance requirements
- Fulfill OSHA guidelines
This service is often combined with:
Active shooter training
This training will arm your employees with the knowledge of best practices of how to protect their employees.
We believe safety and profit are not mutually exclusive
With Insure Compliance, we apply our Safety Gap Model to analyze safety programs and identify gaps that prevent companies from creating safe and profitable work environments.
Our roots in insurance mean we don’t just understand the safety side of the business, but how to implement a safety program that minimizes your risk.
Our Safety Gap Model gets results: lowers costs, less incidents, and reduced insurance costs.
Much of business is about reducing risk. We work with you to implement safety initiatives that reduce risk, moving you to a shared goal of a safer and profitable future.
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We believe safety performance changes when there is a focus on encouragement and teachable moments, not reprimands.
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