Workplace violence


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Active Shooter/Active Threat: Are You Prepared?

Featuring actionable tips and insights from our experts, this white paper will help you take a proactive approach to handling an active shooter emergency, such as conducting a threat assessment, creating an emergency action plan, training employees and more.
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Workplace violence: Steps for prevention

Workplace violence is a “growing concern for employers and employees,” OSHA states. In 2016, workplace homicides increased by 83 cases to 500, the highest homicide figure since 2010, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Know how to react in an active shooter situation

National Safety Month: Week 3
An active shooter situation is a worst-case scenario many people don’t want to think about, but it’s important to be prepared. The Department of Homeland Security notes that active shooter situations often evolve quickly. Would you know what to do?
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Workplace violence: Know the warning signs

Is your workplace at risk of experiencing a violent incident? Probably not, you may believe. But consider the statistics: In 2013, 404 homicides occurred on the job, according to the 2016 edition of the National Safety Council chartbook “Injury Facts.” And, according to OSHA, roughly 2 million workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year. The agency notes that many additional cases likely go unreported. How can your workplace prepare?
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Workplace bullying

According to the Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety, workplace bullying generally involves repeated incidents intended to “intimidate, offend, degrade or humiliate a particular person or group of people.”
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