Violence in the Workplace Training
Protect your employees from violence in the workplace by teaching them how to act in a time of need.
What is Violence in the Workplace Training?
Violence in the workplace training is designed to arm employees with the knowledge of how to prevent, how to react and how to Violence in the workplace. Violence in the workplace is an ever-increasing and growing statistic, and it is part of a plan to protect employees. Of the 5,147 fatal workplace injuries that occurred in the United States in 2017, 458 were cases of intentional injury by another person.
Violence in the workplace training will cover:
- The increasing statistics of workplace violence
- How to prevent Violence in the workplace
- Emergency procedures to follow
After completing the training, your employees will be able to:
- Know how to prevent workplace violence
- Know the emergency procedures to follow
- Use negotiation tactics
- Feel more secure at work
Insure Compliance will meet with your staff and conduct in-person training that demonstrates how to deal with and prevent Violence in the workplace through our training.
Why should I do Violence in the Workplace Training?
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 workplace violence training is to:
- Prepare workers in case of an emergency
- Take steps to minimize risk in the workplace
- Help with insurance requirements
This service is often combined with:
Violence in the workplace policy or plan
First Aid/CPR courses
Injury and Illness Protection Program
Insure Compliance will create a plan that will review the necessary information for your Violence in the workplace training.
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