Violence at Work FMWPadmin
Although no one can predict where and when violence will erupt at a job site, employers can be held liable for the resulting injuries. When an employee gets violent or abusive, it is a manager’s duty to remain calm and try to diffuse the situation. Employers need to have policies and procedures to prevent workplace violence. Our Preventing Workplace Violence webinar provides essential information for managers, including what to do in an active shooter situation.
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