Preventing Workplace Violence: What to Do Before a Crisis Occurs
Nearly two million Americans experience violence in the workplace annually. According to the National Center for Victims of Crime, workplace violence is the second-leading cause of occupational injury each year. Crisis intervention programs can mitigate the harmful effects of traumatic stress, provide support, and offers encouragement to accelerate recovery. Doing so is not only the right thing to do, but it can also prevent losses to productivity at both an individual and organizational level. This session will delve into workplace violence, anger management, stress management and communication skills to help prevent workplace violence and deal with it’s after effects. We will also discuss real life case examples.