Course Details

Workplace Violence Prevention – A Total Organizational Effort

Course Area

Environmental Health and Safety


Available for 90 days after enrollment

Approximate Course Run Time

1 hour

Continuing Education Units


Course Fee

No charge

E-learning content is available on demand


Course Details


Over the last two decades, workplace violence has been in the top five causes of fatalities in the workplace and over 750,000 incidents and injuries affecting employees. Few organizations have formal workplace violence programs, risk assessments, response planning, or trainings.

Key takeaways and learning objectives

This webinar will explore the changing social and regulatory climate and the necessary steps for organizations to take toward workplace violence prevention and program development including:

  • Why certain job functions, industries, situations and locations are more prone to workplace violence - Proposed OSHA and state-level workplace violence regulation status
  • How to quantitatively assess workplace violence risks based upon key factors - Violence prevention and response strategic development
  • How to conduct specific workplace security assessments
  • Step-by-step workplace preparedness involving information solutions, technology, training, and exercises
  • Case studies on implementing security, training, and data analysis
  • Why workplace violence prevention is more effective when it is a total organizational effort

Presenter information

Tony Pelli, Practice Director, Security and Resilience

David I. Blacksberg, MPH, CBCP, NEMAA, Senior Consultant

Kerri Greene, Principal Consultant

Jay Preece, Principal Consultant

Live Online Classes

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