Work Place Violence Prevention Plan

666 words - 3 pages

What is Workplace Violence?Workplace violence is actual violence or the threat of violence against a coworker. In fact, workplace violence can be any act of physical violence, threats of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening, disruptive behavior that occurs at the work site.The Workplace.Generally when we think about the word "workplace," we think of a safe environment where we go to make a living in order to make our lives better. Many of us think of the workplace as a place that allows us to provide security for our families with the hopes of one-day achieving financial freedom.However, in today's diverse culture, workplace violence is an issue that everyone in the labor force is aware of. It is naïve to think that violence could never happen where you work because statistics show that violence can and does happen in the workplace regardless of the indus ...view middle of the document...

Even though the media mainly focuses mainly on the "wild and crazy - shoot-them up" type of violence in the workplace, violence among co-workers occurs more often than ever publicized. In fact, over two million American workers are victims of workplace violence each year.Prevention Plan.The implementation of an effective workplace violence program requires the commitment of management. However, companies now have the ammunition they need to help in the fight to stop workplace violence. Here are some steps that can be taken by an employer to help ensure the prevention of workplace violence.1. Do a background check on a potential candidate before hiring.2. Provide training for all employees on how to identify the warning signs of a violent person and how to deal with any threatening situations.3. Provide on the job counseling for employees.4. Upgrade security.5. Incorporate a "No Tolerance" policy for workplace violence.Make each manager and/or supervisor responsible to communicate safety and security policies to each of his/her employees.6. Secure work site for all employees7. Implement an employee assistance program to help employee in crisis9. Publish and circulate a safe workplace policy/manual.ConclusionNo company can completely prevent or eliminate workplace violence, but with proper planning, training, communication, and effective programs, the chances of violent behavior among employees can be dramatically reduced. Eliminating violence in the workplace should at all time, be a top priority for every executive, manager, supervisor, and employee.ReferencesReh, F. John. (n.d.). Steps to make your workplace safer. Management - About. Retrieved on July 23, 2004 from the World Wide Web: Department of Labor. (2004, March 15). Workplace violence. U.S. Department of Labor: Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Retrieved July 23, 2004 from the World Wide Web:


Application 10.1 And 10.3 Organizational Development

1600 words - 7 pages . There are 2 main reasons for the development of the plan. Firstly, the Centers for Disease Control identified sexual violence as a key health issue and it is providing grants to various states for the development of primary prevention plans. Secondly, Minnesota is a leader in sexual violence prevention work. There are also 2 main objectives of the project namely, to create a strategic plan for and to mobilize a broad range of individuals and

Organizations of the human development - Alabama state university - Research

615 words - 3 pages Running Head: DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION Description of Organization Organzization Description Aaliyah Davis, Aaliyah Prince, Je’Cye Sloan, Diamond Mabson, Brishonda Holcombe Alabama A&M University Professor Fischle Discuss the history of your organization. The Dwelling Place is a growing family of 4 specialized programs delivering professional counseling, skills-building, training and prevention services to over 40 children and battered women

introduction recherch proposal level 8 - class - essay

3019 words - 13 pages described as a violent or aggressive behaviour within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner. Domestic violence can happen on the street, in one’s home or even in a public place. The people who are exposed to domestic violence can be children, men and women; women are most usually the ones that suffer from domestic violence from their loved ones. Domestic violence has been a major controversial issue in the recent past

Family Violence Assignment

2591 words - 11 pages (Willson, 1998). Primary prevention begins with asking patients about domestic violence by raising their awareness. Nurses can insure that clear protocols for identifying and treating domestic assault victims are in place in their healthcare facilities (Willson, 1998). APNs must deal with violence as a primary prevention issue by recognizing the use of control tactics as a cause for domestic violence (Willson, 1998). Wilson suggests a clinical

EBP Paper Task 2-Fall risk assessment the patient's perspective - WGU C361 - Essay

2612 words - 11 pages strategize an individual fall prevention plan (Lim, 2018, p 10). Current fall prevention plans that are in place fail due to the mismatch in patient view verses nurses view. The fall assessment needs to shift to a patient centered approach which in turn will help the patient become a more active participant in their fall prevention plan (Radecki, 2018, p 5). Level of engagement and communication influence the patient’s perspective on fall prevention

The assignment is to write and essay on bullying - woodward university - essay

755 words - 4 pages Bullying Mary Bose Wilmington University Bullying 2 Abstract During this paper, I’ll explain the effect on short term and long term bullying has on students. Also, what one school district is doing so that help students by creating a bully prevention plan and the steps that must be followed and the requirements that are needed to stop bullying. The efforts made to enhance social integration create a safe and supportive learning environment for

Psyhchology and School Shootings - Parkview HS - AP Psychology - Research Paper

1566 words - 7 pages and School Shootings: How to Address an Epidemic of Violence A school shooting is an episode of violence involving a firearm that takes place at an educational institution. In this paper, we will be considering shootings at K-12 schools (not colleges or universities) that are mass rampage shootings, not one-on-one gun violence. We will describe the problem, summarize the research on what causes school shootings and what can be done to prevent

Domestic Violence and its Effects upon Children - Qualitative Research - Research Paper

2155 words - 9 pages experience domestic violence. This film help shed light on the crisis that America is experiencing along with possible interventions. One intervention suggested is that any domestic violence offender will automatically be arrested and receive rehab to the abuser and the victims. (Pedzich) Interventions put in place would also be offered to the children who were exposed to the domestic violence. These harsher penalties for the abuser are suggested

Failure of Sex Education Around the world - Bunkerhill Community College/ English Writing 112 - Research Paper

2157 words - 9 pages ask people to act like a certain gender – for example, like girls in a playground.” He also adds, “Our teaching comes from the place that there are not just biological female and male bodies, but all kinds of bodies, as well as sexually diverse people. Understanding sexual consent is also a big part of what we teach.” In Nicaragua, Across Latin America, there are high rates of violence against women and of girls under fourteen getting pregnant

LGBT: An evolving health disparity - Nursing 704 - Health disparities - Health Disparity

3401 words - 14 pages Free by 75% within the first five years and 90% within ten. The actions focus on geographical locations in which HIV is most prevalent and rapidly spreading, to diagnose, treat, protect and respond by identifying these areas and then allocating resources and funding (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2019). The CDC also has a plan in place described in their 2019 HIV Prevention Progress Report, which supports efforts on federal and state

avian influenza-emergency management and planning - York college, emergency planning - research paper

3347 words - 14 pages that avian influenza is not a serious matter, doctors and government officials are putting programs into place such as safety training for nurses and doctors in how to dispose needles and protection against the virus while providing help to patients without obstacles in the work place. Plus, the United States of America’s government is now funding organizations and working unions to help counteract the effect of avian influenza economically while

Alcohol and drugs effect on teens - Cleveland/11 - Research paper

1652 words - 7 pages fit in with friends or certain groups. • They like the way it makes them feel. • They believe it makes them more grown up. Teens tend to try new things and take risks, so they may take drugs or drink alcohol because it seems exciting Current solutions to teen alcohol and drug abuse are prevention programs. These prevention programs work to boost protective factors and eliminate or reduce risk factors for drug use. The programs are designed for

Crime prevention through environmental design - Violence and Society - essay

1131 words - 5 pages the environment, a criminal can be dissuaded from committing a crime. After reading the assigned articles and gaining a better understanding of CPTED, I found myself wondering if this approach could be used to combat the street gang problem in Canada. What immediately came to mind was an amalgamation of the CPTED philosophy combined with Chettleburgh’s sixteen-point gang prevention plan (Chettleburgh, 208). However, for purposes of this

Right to Bear Arms, Gun Control debate and the Second Amendment - Government - Final Paper

2437 words - 10 pages . James S. Brady helped pass this bill by lobbying for stricter handgun​ ​control​ and ​assault weapon​ restrictions. After the passage of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, which enforced background checks for gun purchases from licensed dealers, the debate on gun control has shifted. Longstanding, the Federal Judiciary held the opinion that the Second Amendment continued among the few provisions of the Bill of Rights that did not fall

Army Sexual harrasment awareness and response program - English - Essay

592 words - 3 pages SHARP IS A POISON SPC Benoit, John Class 2-2 The U.S Army’s Sexual Harassment/ Assault Response and Prevention also known as (SHARP) defines sexual harassment as, “conduct that involves unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and deliberate or repeated offensive comments or gestures of a sexual nature”. Cases of sexual harassment and sexual assault are continuing to grow every day in the military, even though, over the years they