PREVENTING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN YOUR ORGANIZATION
Attend our 1/2 day seminar to protect your organization. Presented by a security expert with over 25 years experience as a police officer and an employment attorney with over 25 years experience preventing liability for employers.
Designed for managers, HR Professionals, Security Experts, Critical Incident and Safety Task Forces, General Counsels, Attorneys, Supervisors and more!!!
Workplace Violence Prevention Training Seminar in Rye, NY
A ½ day Workplace Violence Prevention Training Seminar to help protect your organization and prevent instances of violence in your workplace. Workplace violence is on the rise and no organization can afford to miss this valuable, informative and engaging seminar on Preventing Workplace Violence. This public workplace violence prevention training seminar will provide tips to assist employers in managing risk and avoiding liability for any workplace violence incidents that may occur. This Workplace Violence Prevention Training Seminarwill be presented by employment law expert, Melissa Fleischer, Esq. and law enforcement security consultant, Fred Leland, Jr.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- HR Professionals
- Security Directors
- Business Owners
- College Public Safety Officers
- College HR Directors
- Critical Incident and Safety Task Forces
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Tips for drafting your Workplace Violence Prevention Policy
- How the Definition of Workplace Violence Can Help in Avoiding Such Incdients
- The Broad Category of People who pose a threat for Workplace Violence
- Best Practices To Recognize Warning Signs of Workplace Violence
- Steps to Take When Someone Demonstrates Warning Signs
- Learn the Resources in your Workplace To Help Prevent Violence
- ADA Legal Requirements When Mental Health Issues Intersect with Workplace Violence
- Best Practices to Conduct a Thorough Threat Assessment
- Recommendations for Methods to Make your Workplace Safer
- Tips To Help Prevent and Resolve Conflict in your Workplace
- Techniques to Assist you in Avoiding Legal Liability