This information-packed program explores specific techniques for behavioral threat assessment; how to coordinate internal and external resources to prevent workplace violence before it occurs; and offers guidance on what to do if and when an incident occurs.
- Types of workplace violence and how to recognize them
- Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) safe workplace rules and how they apply
- Tips to help you recognize and address signs of potential workplace violence
- Essential elements of a workplace violence prevention policy
- Tips to help create a company-wide ‘see something, say something’ mindset for early detection
- What your employee training on your workplace violence prevention policy should include
- How to create an emergency response plan and prepare for an active shooter incident
- How to assure prompt and proper communication with internal and external stakeholders, and law enforcement
- Who should be where when law enforcement arrives in the event workplace violence happens
Plus, our expert faculty will guide you through such critical questions as:
- Are there are steps you can take TODAY to help protect your workplace?
- What should you do if you think an employee is a threat?
- Who should manage and maintain the organization’s workplace violence prevention policy?
- Who should serve as the internal investigator of incidents, such as bullying or harassment, which could escalate into workplace violence?
- What constitutes an effective workplace violence prevention program?
Product ID: 16442
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This essential, 70 page guide will arm you with the knowledge you need to properly conduct internal investigations to minimize legal liability and reduce employee complaints.
• When Do You Need to Conduct an Internal Investigation?
• Investigative Policy for Your Organization
• Investigation Process
• Preparing for the Investigation
• Conducting the Investigation
• Collect Evidence
• Witness Interviews
• Post-investigation Process
• Handling Specific Situations
Plus, you get finger-tip access to invaluable sample materials and tips for completing successful investigations.
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Marilyn G. Moran
Attorney at Law, Ford Harrison
Marilyn G. Moran has been representing employers for over 15 years as a trusted advisor and experienced litigator. Marilyn provides advice and training to employers on a wide variety of employment law issues, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour violations, non-competition agreements, executive compensation issues, and reductions in force.
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