- Defining Workplace Violence
- Workplace Violence Category
- External Risk Factors
- Internal Risk Factors
- Strategy for Prevention
- Hostility: Warning Signs and Responses
- Confusion: Warning Signs and Responses
- Frustration: Warning Signs and Responses
- Blame: Warning Signs and Responses
- Anger: Warning Signs and Responses
Date Created: 2010 Number of Slides: 36 OSHA Regulations: n/a Created by: The Relational Culture Institute
Other Training Presentations
Workplace Violence Prevention Employee Training by Kentucky Personnel Cabinet
Date Created: 2010 Number of Slides: 35 OSHA Regulations: n/a Created by: Kentucky Personnel Cabinet
Workplace Violence: The Statistic PPT
This presentation on the Statistics of Workplace Violence is provided by OSHA Info by Georgia Tech. The number are increasing, the percentages are alarming, and the effects are disturbing. In recent studies, Fortune 1000 companies tells workplace violence as their top 1 security threat. Statistics also show same results. In addition to this, company managements are concerned on big amounts for a homicide incident. Workplace violence seem to be a growing threat, and employers must step up to resolve these issues.
Workplace Violence in the Construction Industry PPT
This presentation on Workplace Violence in Construction Sites is provided by the University of Southern Mississippi. Violence may include physical and verbal assault, sexual harassment and homicide, or any other violent act or behavior that is situated in the workplace. A 15% statistic on violent crime comes from workplace violence and this is one of the leading cause of job-related deaths. In the construction industry, a majority of male workers dominate the population, and most cases of having women in the workplace result in violence.
Workplace Violence:Bullying PPT
This presentation on Workplace Bullying is provided by the Interagency ADR Working Group. This training is to identify issues which involves bullying, and present certain cases. This is also to inform each individual the process of dealing with bullying, how to react and how to escalate it to supervisors for resolution of the problem. Other topics include: EEO Law, Retaliation and Harassment, Examples of Bullying, Effects of Bullying, Levels of Bullying, and Ways to Prevent Bullying.