OSHA Guidelines on Workplace Violence & Active Shooter Scenarios
Learn how to create an emergency response plan and prepare for an Active Shooter incident
In most workplaces where risk factors can be identified, the risk of assault can be prevented or minimized if employers take appropriate precautions. Under the federal Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA), all employers have a general duty to provide a safe workplace for employees, free from recognized hazards that cause or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to employees. OSHA believes that a well-written and implemented workplace violence prevention program, combined with engineering controls, administrative controls and training can reduce the incidence of workplace violence in both the private sector and federal workplaces.
Workplace Violence Events are having with more frequency and severity all over our country. Unfortunately this is becoming all too common as societal violence spills over into the workplace. The FBI estimates that 1 million people are exposed to workplace violence each year.
This webinar will cover what OSHA requires in a Workplace Violence Prevention Program. This webinar will also discuss how to be proactive and put Programs in place to prevent a Workplace Violence Episode. Site specific workplace violence prevention questions and answers, as well as potential scenarios, will be addressed.
This webinar will teach you how to get proactive and put programs in place to prevent a workplace violence episode and how to respond to an active shooter scenario. This training will discuss in detail the Do's and Don'ts in reference to workplace violence prevention.
This course by seasoned EHS and HR expert, Joe Keenan, MBA, CSP, will teach you how to get proactive and put programs in place to prevent a workplace violence episode and how to respond to an active shooter scenario as Would you know what to do in the event of an active shooter selected your office to carry out their attack? Would your employees know what to do? Does your organization have an emergency preparedness plan?
This training will discuss in detail the Do's and Don'ts in reference to workplace violence prevention.
In this Program you will learn:
- Learn what the OSHA Requirements are for Preventing Workplace Violence.
- How to Effectively Get Proactive in Preventing Workplace Violence Episodes.
- Discuss Elements of an Effective Workplace Violence Prevention Program.
- Conduct Effective Training for Managers and Supervisors on How to Handle Workplace Violence and Prevention and Active Shooter Scenarios.
- Learn What To Do and Not To Do in Reference to Workplace Violence Prevention.
- Understand the multiple types of workplace violence
- Understand how to plan and develop an Active Shooter Preparedness Program
- Learn how to create an emergency response plan and prepare for an Active Shooter incident
- How best to communicate and develop effective liaison with internal and external stakeholders, law enforcement agencies and other first responders
- Come away with best practices for conducting Active Shooter response training for employees and recognizing signs of potential workplace violence
- Answer Site-Specific Questions and Scenarios Regarding Workplace Violence Prevention.
Who Will Benefit:
- Human Resources Professionals
- Compliance officers
- Pharmaceutical executives
- Regulatory officers
- Security and Risk Professionals
- Law Enforcement
- Business leaders and managers
- Product Development
- Product managers
- Risk Management
- Quality Assurance
- Community leaders and citizens
- Security Professionals
- Regulatory Affairs managers
- IT personnel
- Food safety and quality specialists
- Legal Professionals
- Safety Committee Members
- Qualified Persons (QPs)
- CMC Personnel
- Packaging Experts
- Auditors and Staff
- QC/QA Managers and Analyst
- Plant Managers
- Operation Managers
- Legal Counsel, etc