January 31, 2019
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Workplace violence is increasing, and is a subject that employers must address in order to protect their employees. Nearly 2 million employees report incidents every year. Violence is the third leading cause of death for healthcare workers, and employees in professional and business services like education, law and media, according to Injury Facts 2016®
The deadliest incidents involve an active shooter, and evidence indicates that many other less than lethal incidents are not reported. Employers, and employees, must also learn to handle bomb threats, domestic violence, disgruntled co-workers, and other threats.
Sadly, most businesses and employees do not have a plan, are not aware of predictive indicators, are not prepared for an event and the news headlines that follow. One event can destroy lives and a business.
However, all violence is predictable.
This 2- hour seminar is for employers and employees alike, and focuses on workplace violence events, the psychology of violent behavior, predictive indicators, survival mindset, and how to react to violent events when the occur. Also discussed, is continuity of operations for businesses.
Instructed by Scott Robinson, CEO of SRTactical, LLC (www.srtactical.net).
Scott is a retired FBI Unit chief with 30+ years of experience in violent behavior and security.