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Workplace Violence Training

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Workplace violence typically manifests itself long before the safety of your employees has been compromised. Enlightened organizations recognize that training is a critical element of an effective workplace violence prevention program.

But we don’t live in a perfect world.

Fortunately, Huffmaster can help bring resolution to workplace violence at most any stage. From workforce awareness training seminars, compliance with the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Act, OSHA requirements and Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention standard (ASIS International/SHRM), down to situations of termination and Category 1 situations where a threat is clear and response is immediate.

“Huffmaster approaches workplace violence prevention in its totality. We want our clients to know what to do and know where to go for additional resources as well as to understand all of the fundamental and even more sophisticated aspects of threat identification and response. The best way to disseminate that information and to develop that understanding is through training.”
— Mike Saad, CPP Senior Director Consulting Services, Huffmaster

Workplace Violence Training

We train employees, supervisors, managers  and department heads on their respective roles in observing, reporting and intervening to help prevent, observe, manage and interveneviolence or harassment.

Huffmaster training may include:

  • Workforce awareness
  • Supervisory/management roles and responsibilities
  • Threat management concepts
  • Threat assessment, categorization and response
  • A formal policy review that uses enforceable language

This training is offered in a variety of formats:

  • Classroom: Follows a syllabus for specific or non-specific needs and includes open forum for questions
  • Situational Role Play: Sets up realistic situations where action is required and later evaluated
  • Computer-Based: Password-protected, evaluated and intuitive to use
  • Standard vs. Customized: All forms of training can be customized for a specific situation (or situations)

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