How to Keep your Home Safe While Traveling Are you planning a trip out of state or the country either for business or pleasure? Then you must certainly be concerned about the security of your home, especially if there’s no one you’re leaving behind to watch it. With these ten helpful home security pointers, you…Read More
What is workplace violence?
OSHA (The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration) defines workplace violence as violence or the threat of violence against workers. It can occur at or outside the workplace and ranges from threats, verbal abuse, and bullying to physical assaults and homicide – the latter being one of the leading causes of job-related deaths.
Why should your organization have a violence prevention program?
The following statistics are compiled from reported incidents. Note: these are not simply incidents of intimidation or situations that cause workers to fear for their safety – they are actual cases of reported violence. Like you, we are aware that many individuals in the workplace have experienced workplace bullies who intimidate and threaten. Not surprisingly such intimidation, bullying, and threats sometimes lead to violent incidents.Read More