There are tell-tale signs and steps your organization can take before a tragedy happens from within.
Workplace Violence Prevention
This highly-effective training program enables organizations to build employee and manager awareness and ability in these areas:
- Recognizing the potential for workplace violence in its earliest stages
- Taking action when needed—whether that’s early, preventative action or decisive, life-saving action in response to an extreme workplace violence event.
All too often these days we hear about active shooter incidents… multiple shootings in nightspots, public areas… and even workplaces. This program shows your people what to do in order to survive should one of these tragic situations occur in your workplace.
A surefire way to decrease productivity and employee morale is to allow a hostile work environment. Preventing workplace violence is a basic and necessary component of a high-functioning office. This program will review simple ways to prevent workplace violence.
Supervisory employees have a special obligation to provide a safe work environment for their co-workers. This content rich program reviews procedures and techniques that managers need to know to prevent workplace violence.
MARCOM's Workplace Violence in Healthcare Facilities discusses the problem of workplace violence in healthcare facilities, reviews the policies and procedures that can prevent it, and shows healthcare workers what they can do to avoid and escalation of incidents.
You, your employees, and even visitors to your company are at risk—every day. Now, help your employees be S.A.F.E.: Stay aware; Analyze the situation; Factor in feelings; Engage in a solution.
Workplace harassment is illegal in California and should not tolerated. Preventing workplace abuse and harassment is imperative to keeping employee morale and productivity high. This program reviews the regulations surrounding workplace abuse and techniques to prevent it.
Active shooter incidents or ASIs are an unfortunate reality and a growing threat to every workplace. To help prevent mass casualties, knowledge and planning are critical. This program shows workers how to identify an active shooter and emphasizes the importance of every employee having a plan, being aware of his or her surroundings, and knowing the organization's emergency action plan.
Someone having a bad day is one thing; but violence affects ALL of us. We must recognize the warning signs and then speak up. The signs of violence are usually present and visible before anyone comes in firing a gun. This short program shares powerful and direct messages regarding workplace violence.
A single incident of workplace violence can create considerable harm—to the individuals involved, to the team, to the organization's reputation and to the bottom line. Managers need to know how to diffuse potentially threatening situations to keep the workplace safe.
A workplace shooting is a tragedy that no one should endure. Planning for this worst case scenario will save lives if the unthinkable happens. This program will teach you the methods that top experts recommend to keep you safe from an active shooter.
It is essential that we are prepared—physically and emotionally—for traumatic situations. This training gathers a group of leading experts in the field of trauma to offer practical suggestions to those directly (or indirectly) affected by traumatic incidents in the workplace and beyond.
This Healthcare Version of our top-selling Getting Real About Workplace Violence video presents the fundamentals of workplace violence awareness and prevention while also exploring the response considerations healthcare providers face if an active shooter (or other type of extreme violence) event occurs in a patient care area.
Getting Real About Workplace Violence - Run | Hide | Fight Version goes beyond "check the box" type training on a topic vital to organizational safety and employee well-being. This Run Hide Fight training video provides practical, memorable instruction on all aspects of workplace violence awareness, prevention and extreme violence response.