OSHA Workplace Violence Training
Prepare your employees to respond correctly to workplace violence and fulfill OSHA requirements by providing them with workplace violence training.
What is OSHA Workplace Violence Training?
OSHA workplace violence training is required for your employees. This training is designed to provide employees with the knowledge and training to react properly to avoid an emergency. Did you know that there are roughly 2 million threats or acts of violence annually that occur in the workplace in the United Sates? Training staff to know information like this will greatly help them in case of an emergency! We want your employees to have all the information they need to quickly and effectively act to avoid flashes and to respond safely if one occurs.
Workplace Violence training will cover :
- Warning signs of threats or potential violence
- How to report threats or violence
- How to respond when violence, including an active shooter, occurs.
After completing the training, your employees will be able to:
- Assess the situation and decide what course of action should be taken
- How proceed with the appropriate next steps
Insure Compliance will meet with your staff and conduct in-person training that demonstrates how and when to implement the workplace violence training that will fulfill OSHA’s workplace violence training requirements.
- OSHA General Duty Clause
Why Should I do an OSHA Workplace Violence Training?
Having employees trained to properly react to workplace violence yields benefits to worker safety, and company property. A full list of OSHA workplace violence training for employees includes:
- Prepare workers recognize workplace violence and warning signs of potential violence
- Fulfill OSHA guidelines
- Take steps to minimize risk in the workplace
- Help with insurance requirements
This service is often combined with:
CPR, First Aid, AED Training
Comprehensive Emergency Action Plan
Injury and Illness Protection Program
Our OSHA compliant CPR training to satisfy an OSHA-mandated job requirement or you just want to know how to keep your loved ones safe.
OSHA requires you have an Emergency Action Plan. We can help create a plan for you!
An IIPP is the safety manual for your company. Insure Compliance will put together your IIPP so you can comply with OSHA standards and protect your employees.
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