Overview & Objectives
The Preventing Workplace Violence: Employees course from Exceed Safety is designed specifically to address a wide range of behaviors that constitute workplace violence. Ranging from bullying to verbal abuse and beyond, this training is designed to teach employees what workplace violence is, red flags that may indicate workplace violence, and practical guidance regarding what to do in potentially violent situations.
Exceed Safety’s Preventing Workplace Violence: Employees training is designed to address the different types of workplace violence, as well as potential red flags, reporting concerns, and more. Specific course topics include the following:
- Violent behaviors such as bullying, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, physical assaults, etc.
- Red-flag behaviors
- Connection between domestic and workplace violence
- Employee guidance confronting potentially violent situations
- Active shooter situations
- The importance of reporting concerns
Who is this Course for?
The Preventing Workplace Violence: Employees course from Exceed Safety is designed specifically for employees of all industries to raise awareness to issues that might lead to or constitute workplace violence.
Features & Benefits
Exceed Safety’s Preventing Workplace Violence: Employees course is a 25-minute training designed to address workplace violence and its detrimental effect on the workplace – both for individuals and the business. Participants will learn the employee’s role in reporting concerns, as well as potential red flags, the connection between domestic and workplace violence, and what might constitute violent behaviors. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
- Understand the connection between domestic and workplace violence
- Identify red flag behaviors that might indicate potential trouble
- Recognize potentially violent behaviors, such as bullying, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, physical assaults, and mass violence
- Implement practical guidance regarding confronting potentially violent situations (to include active shooter incidents)