Presentation by: Jim Castle, Senior Executive Vice PresidentAlliant Insurance Services, Inc.
Economic Crime, Workplace Violence and Active Shooter situations are ever-evolving, happening more frequently, and becoming more complex issues for organizations of every size.
A workplace violence event may range from a situation between two coworkers, a coworker and member of the public, or involve multiple people. They can occur quickly and escalate rapidly from talking to yelling, and possibly involve the use of weapons. No employer can eliminate workplace violence, but clear policies and practices, fair and effective employee supervision and a good prevention program can dramatically reduce the chance that it will happen to you.
Learn from real life claim examples, statistical data from third party sources, risk controls that you can employ internally as well as potential insurance solutions.
Earn 1.5 CPE Credits
- Define the types of workplace violence.
- Summarize the risk factors for workplace violence, including those specific to the construction industry.
- Identify safety hazards that put workers at risk for becoming victims of workplace violence.
- Recognize measures for dealing with violence in the workplace.
- Describe the elements of a workplace violence prevention program.
in the Field of Specialized Knowledge & Applications. This is a group-live program at the Basic level. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required.
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