According to the National Center for Health Statistics, one in four workers are attacked, threatened or harassed each year, resulting in $13.5 billion in medical costs and 500,000 employees missing 1.75 million days of work. U.S. Department of Labor statistics tell us that 2 million Americans are victims of workplace violence each year.
The U.S. Security Care Workplace Violence Program assists clients in the development of comprehensive, customized policies and procedures for reporting and addressing workplace violence. The program provides the parameters and benefits of a zero-tolerance policy and illustrates how employee awareness can increase the safety and security of your personnel while limiting liability. Participants discuss the indicators, or red flags, of human behavior that may lead to violence and appropriate prevention tools and techniques. In addition, security steps (including pre-employment screening, background investigations and access control), liability issues and practical case studies are reviewed.
Our knowledgeable and experienced training professionals will provide a comprehensive, one- to two-day seminar tailored to your executives and employees covering:
- School and Workplace Active Shooter Response
- Your current workplace violence policies and procedures
- Areas of risk and concern to the company and employees
- Potential for hostile terminations
- Reporting procedures
- Security measures to protect your employees, property and data