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Identifying Types Of Violence In The Workplace

7 Lessons
9-12 Minutes
3 Quiz Questions

Course Overview


According to OSHA, over two million workers throughout the U.S. are victims of workplace assault every year. However, as this course shows, effective HR policy and training can play a pivotal role in mitigating employee-related workplace violence. Stressing the types of workplace violence threats employees may be confronted with, this course spotlights HR policy and training as the pathway to lessening the occurrence and/or effect of a workplace violence incident. Opening by discussing the threat, with assault being the most common type, this course teaches employees the impact of workplace violence and why demonstrating a zero tolerance for it is critical to employee well-being and the long-term health of the organization. Present this course so team members fully understand the different types of workplace violence that occur in the workplace and the requirements and impact of creating an effective workplace violence prevention policy.

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    Key Audience


    HR and Compliance professionals, small business owners, and employees throughout the organization

    Course Topics


    Introduction
    The Threat
    Compliance Requirements
    What Should Organizations And Smaller Business Do?
    Role Of Policies
    Role Of HR And Top Management In Violence Risk Mitigation
    Summary

    Workplaces


    Offices

    Course Detail


    Course ID
    tqueitvi_vod

    Time

    9-12 Min
    Questions
    3

    Languages

    en

    video format

    HD

    captions

    No

    Resources

    Yes

    Lessons

    7

    Remediation

    Yes

    Bookmarking

    Yes

    Feedback

    Yes

    Microlearning

    no