Workplace Violence Prevention Training
Preventing Workplace Violence Training Course
Workplace violence is a problem for workers and employers of staggering scale. From an employee’s point of view, 500,000 employees impacted by workplace violence lose 1,175,000 work days and $55 million in lost wages. From an employer’s point of view, workplace violence is a business and financial challenge. Workplace violence costs companies $121 billion every year, including costs associated with lost productivity, brand and reputational damage, legal expenses, property damage, and increased security costs.
This course can provide important protection for employees by showing how they can spot classic red flag situations and to minimize the potential for violent episodes in the workplace. This course also walks learners through the action plan of how to respond if and when workplace violence happens. Learners have direct access to Emtrain’s Course Experts and can anonymously ask questions via our innovative Expert Q&A feature.
Course length: 20 minutes
Audience: Managers and employees
- Teaches people how to spot the warning signs of potential workplace violence
- Outlines best practices in response to violence
- Outlines best practices to safeguard workplace from violence
- Gives learners access to Emtrain Expert for best practices on this topic
- Tailored to include your branding and policy
- Available in English
- 30 minutes in length
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