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Domestic Violence
in the Workplace

 

De-escalating
Hostile Clients

 

Workplace Violence 101

 

 

 

Contact

919.274.5515

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Our Services

Program Development

assessment
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        Audit of previous incidents
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        Review of policies and work procedures
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        An employee survey and focus groups

Policy and Program Development
Threat Assessment Team

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        Workplace Violence Coordinator
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        Identify key members of threat assessment team
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        Training on Threat Assessment

Personnel Policy and Procedures
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        Definitions and parameters
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        Legal liability
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        Prohibited actions and sanctions
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        Support and protections for employees
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        Dissemination of policy
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        Development of a reporting system
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        Threat assessment procedures

Crisis Management
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        Care for employees
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        Public relations and media management

Training
1/2 day - Full day

For
Management
Supervisors
Front-line Employee

Workplace Violence Basics
Prevalence and statistics

Government regulations

Employment law and
Liability
 

Workplace Violence   typology 
 

Reporting process (and why employees donít report)
Threat Assessment
 

Threats addressed

Ex-)Employee
Hiring practices
Warning signs of  potentially violent employees
Disciplinary actions and employee relations

Domestic Violence
 Why it is a workplace issue
Identifying potential victims employees, approaching appropriately and offering effective support
Community resources
Abuser employees

Hostile and Abusive Clients/Customers
Creating a safe environment, free of hazards
De-escalation Triangle Principles TM

 

Presentations and Workshops

We have delivered presentations, conducted workshops and
offered seminars for organizations such as:

Society of Human Resource Managers NC Emergency Management Association Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
North Carolina Public Health Alliance for Prevention of Violence Against Women North Carolina Coalition of Occupational Safety and Health North Carolina Workforce Development Institute
Buncombe County
Department of Social Services
National Association of Social Workers Blue Ridge Community College
American Association of Occupational Health Nurses North Carolina Coalition of Occupational Safety and Health Mid-State Safety Council
NC Chapter of the National Safety Council North Carolina Conference of Adult Educator Association NC Industrial Commission