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Workplace Violence, Situational Awareness And Creating A SAFE Workplace

These days it seems like workplace violence is on the increase, but generally speaking, violent crime is down in the USA and Canada.

It is however, unfortunate that the availability of automatic weapons in the USA makes it easier for disturbed of malevolent individuals to harm MORE people, more quickly.

In any event, ALL workplaces should have proper procedures in place in case of emergencies, both to use when employees feel threatened, and/or when there is actual violence taking place.

Not only do those procedures need to be clear, and consistently applied, but they need to be practiced.

No doubt you've heard of the flight or flight reaction to danger, but in fact, there's another one -- FREEZE, which occurs, and is an put people in jeopardy. When faced with actual violence, or potential violence, people FREEZE first, and that's the critical risk time.

For that reasons, practice is required.

A Special Note for Small Businesses

Small businesses are the worst prepared for violence, and are often the types of businesses targeted by criminals. If you don't know how to make your workplace safer, consult your local law enforcement department for help, which they will gladly provide.

 

 

  • Workplace Violence At The Office?

    By Chris E. McGoey - OFFICE VIOLENCE One can logically understand the violence associated with high-risk occupations. The nature of the premises and location creates a criminal opportunity for those desperate for cash. See my web page on Crime Foreseeability. But how does one explain the recent pattern that is emerging where seemingly safe locations, such as private office buildings, are being used as the site for seeking revenge against one%u2019s enemies? (Added: 4-Sep-2003 Hits: 744 )
  • Keeping The Lid On - Preventing Workplace Violence

    By NA - Is your company as well prepared as Xerox? Do you have policies and procedures in place to prevent workplace violence? Do your managers and employees know what to do if workplace violence occurs? (Added: 23-Sep-2001 Hits: 557 )
  • Workplace Violence At The Office

    By Chris E. McGoey - Workplace homicide is the leading cause of death among female workers in the US and is the second leading cause of death for men. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 856 employees that were murdered on the job in 1997 and of those, 731 (85%) died during robberies. (Added: 21-Feb-2001 Hits: 554 )
  • You Can Prevent Liability From Workplace Conflicts

    By NA - Supervisors know that they can be held liable for their abusive or improper actions toward employees. What many supervisors don%u2019t know is that they and their organizations can be held liable for actions between and among employees%u2026 when the supervisor fails to act to resolve the situation. (Added: 4-Sep-2003 Hits: 711 )

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