Consider the following:
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In assessing the risks faced by your employees, remember that certain job types pose a higher risk for violence—for example:
There are many motivations which can contribute to violence in the workplace, and it’s often not strangers that commit the violent acts. For example:
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Just writing a policy isn’t enough. Publicize the organization’s Violence Prevention Policy, and train on it as opportunities are available at departmental meetings, for example. Specifically:
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First of all, require employees to comply with all established security procedures. In particular:
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