Tue, May 17

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Village Theater at Cherry Hill

Canton- Implementing Your Threat Assessment / Workplace Violence Prevention Program

The rise of assaults, homicides, insider threats, Active Shooter incidents, Covid 19 precipitants, ideological tensions and workplace stresses, have contributed to employee, and customer aggressiveness and a loss of civility and cohesion in the workplace. Employers must implement strategies to...

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Canton- Implementing Your Threat Assessment / Workplace Violence Prevention Program

Time & Location

May 17, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Village Theater at Cherry Hill, 50400 Cherry Hill Road, Canton, Michigan 48187

About the event

About the Training:

The rise of assaults, homicides, insider threats, Active Shooter incidents, Covid 19 precipitants, ideological tensions and workplace stresses, have contributed to employee, and customer aggressiveness and a loss of civility and cohesion in the workplace. Employers must implement strategies to assess potentially aggressive people and mitigate harm and prevent violence.

This program will address:

  • Identifying “red flags” and behaviors of concern
  • Role of the Threat Assessment Team
  • Strategies to Interview Individuals of “Concern”
  • Threat Management Actions to Protect “targets” of threats, and Assets
  • Using Internal and External Resources
  • When to Close a Threat Investigation

This program will cover:

  • “Best Practices” referencing the OSHA Violence Guidelines
  • Secret Service and FBI Suggestions for Violence Prevention Components
  • Components of a Comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention Program
  • Training Employees in Violence Prevention Awareness
  • Systems to Report Behaviors of Concern
  • “Institutionalizing” Your Workplace Violence Prevention Program

Trainer: Dr. Kenneth Wolf  248-217-1677

Dr. Kenneth Wolf has conducted violence prevention and threat assessment trainings for a wider range of organizations and industries, including the United States Postal Service, Intel, municipalities, Fortune 500 Companies and more. He assists organizations with developing comprehensive workplace violence prevention programs, trains threat assessment teams, conducts active shooter survival training exercises and designs crisis recovery programs.

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