Workplace Violence is a serious safety and health issue that every employee needs to be aware of. Workplace violence can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and homicide. Most workplace violence cases have occurred in the facility but there is a num...
Workplace Violence is a serious safety and health issue that every employee needs to be aware of. Workplace violence can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and homicide. Most workplace violence cases have occurred in the facility but there is a number of cases were the violence extended after hours and off the premises. According to the Labor Statistics, workplace violence is the fourth-leading cause of fatal occupational injuries, in the United States. Studies of the environmental conditions in the past workplace assaults have been identified and control strategies for number of work settings have been created to help minimize workplace violence. However, it manifests itself, workplace violence is a growing concern for employers and employees nationwide and no company is immune to it. Our training products on "Workplace Violence" show employers, management, and employees how to recognize the warning signs of possible violent behavior, as well as how to avoid or defuse potentially dangerous situations. Topics covered in these products include: Underlying causes of workplace violence, The warning signs, Aggressive behavior, Threats and verbal abuse, Sexual harassment, Physical assault, Armed assailants, Fostering a positive workplace environment, and more.
OSHA's Position On Workplace Violence Training
One of the most serious health and safety issues revolves around violence in the workplace. The effect of this form of violence can range from employee inattentiveness (a safety issue) caused by threats and verbal abuse all the way up to physical battery and even homicide! This type of danger can be covered by OSHA’s mandatory directive regarding the need for employers to provide a work environment that "is free from recognizable hazards that are causing or likely to cause death or serious harm to employees." Since workplace violence is the 4th leading cause of fatal workplace-related incidents in the U.S., employers are motivated to use workplace violence training videos and other training materials. The videos that we provide include topics such as:
- Holding Safety Training workplace meetings
- The causes of workplace violence
- The signs of potential workplace violence
- The impact of workplace violence
- Avoiding bullying and violence training for supervisors
- Workplace violence training for managers
- Stress-related workplace violence training
In addition to our highly engaging and informative workplace violence training videos, we also have training materials that include; CD-ROM format workplace violence training programs, Training Booklets, Reminder Posters and additional materials that come with many of our training video programs.
OSHA takes a great interest in the problem of workplace violence and, as such, provides guidelines for the handling and documentation of work-related violence. Thus, our workplace violence training videos are in keeping with OSHA’s interpretations and recommendations that may eventually become mandatory.
Please look over our high quality Workplace Violence Training for Bus Drivers videos and supplies that will allow you to completely meet OSHA’s training objectives without having to look elsewhere! Afterwards, you can select the item(s) that you’ll require and then place your order. We make it easy for you! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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