The Two Most Common Forms of Workplace Violence: Hostile Encounters and Domestic Violence

The Two Most Common Forms of Workplace Violence: Hostile Encounters and Domestic Violence 

This program will emphasize the most common forms of workplace violence which are low level, aggressive and hostile encounters, and domestic violence impacting job performance and security. The first half will focus on the actual de-escalation of aggression. This is for the early stages of belligerence with angry employees, clients and visitors. The second half of the program will address the concern of Domestic Violence spilling over into the workplace. With 75% of female occupational homicides (non-robbery) caused by ex-partners, it is the greatest threat to women in the workplace. However, the impact on job performance is much broader issue that impacts almost every large company. This webinar will help participants learn how to identify potential victim-employees, approach appropriately and offer effective support as well as learn the unique challenges in security planning.

$19.95

Hours: 1.00
REL-ALL-0-W007

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Course Details

Course Code: REL-ALL-0-W007
Hours: 1
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 6/30/2022
Instructor: Johnny Lee, MS
Johnny Lee is the Director of [email protected], an agency dedicated to the prevention of violence in and through the workplace. He is also the President of ePanicButton, LLC, which provides a desktop software duress alarm program. His previous experience includes his role as the Training Director for the UNC-Chapel Hill Injury Prevention Research Center’s PREVENT program, delivering a national violence prevention training program. He was previously also the Workplace Violence Specialist for the Office of State Personnel in Raleigh, North Carolina. Additionally, he previously served as the Victim Services Coordinator for the Asheville Police Department. Professional association memberships includes his current role as the Secretary for the ASIS Birmingham Chapter, Chair of the Victim Services Interagency Council of North Carolina, a seat on the Board of Directors for the Businesses Continuity Planners of the Carolinas, member of Society for Police & Criminal Psychology, member of the American Society of Safety Engineers, former board member of the NC Victim Assistance Network and an active member of the Public Health Alliance to Prevent Violence against Women. HRD Press has published his human resources book, Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace in 2004. Disclosure: Johnny Lee, MS has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this course is: Entry, Intermediate level General Staff; in the following settings: All Healthcare Settings.
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