Evaluating Potential Employee Violence: Protecting the Employer and Co-Workers
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Get the tools needed to prepare, evaluate, and intervene for potential employee violence in the workplace. Violence is an all too common risk in the American workplace. Many businesses fail to understand that hostile grievances or statements made in anger are not necessarily a prelude to violence and that an aggressive response is not always the best one. Instead, the employer should carefully evaluate the nature of the risk and thoughtfully determine the best strategy for reducing the likelihood of harm. That process also means trying to understand the motives and circumstances of those who come to attention, the wide variety of scenarios employers may encounter, and how to identify those individuals who actually could pose a risk. This topic will give you the tools to prepare for a potential threat, to evaluate the risk of a violent attack, and to intervene in the most effective manner.
AuthorsSteve Peltin, Foster Pepper PLLC Stephen White, Work Trauma Services Inc.
Introductory Remarks: The Big Picture
• Statistics, Trends, and Our Cultural Context
• What Workplaces Are Vulnerable for What Kinds of Violence?
Legal Framework for Workplace Violence: The Balancing Act
• Obligations to Employees and the Public
• Obligations to the Potential Offender
Risk Factors, Warning Signs, and Triggering Contexts for Violence
Prevention Program: Realistic and Efficient Measures
• Top Management Support
• Multi-Disciplinary Team
• Outreach: Awareness, Expectations, and Training
• Link to Experts: Legal, Security, Risk Assessment
• Case Response Protocol
• Hiring Practices
• What If You Are a Small Company?
• Active Shooter Training
Responding to a Potential Threat or Incident
• Strategic Guidelines
• Screening vs. Assessment, Who Should Do What and When to Get Help
• How Decisions About Risk Are Reached
• Intervention Strategies and Options
• Monitoring and Case Resolution
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