Human Resources professionals are at a high risk of becoming victims of workplace violence due to exacerbating factors including:
In this valuable program, expert Joe Rosner will teach you potentially life-saving skills to help keep your human resource team safer on the job. Employees will gain verbal and physical skills to protect themselves and others from harm while gaining personal confidence and reducing stress levels. OSHA recommends training be provided to help employees with effective workplace violence prevention and response measures. Joe will demonstrate workplace violence training for frontline HR practitioners.
After attending this session, attendees will be able to explain and/or demonstrate:
The “Violence Triangle” model that simplifies understanding and responding to violence. For years fire safety instructors have used the “Fire Triangle” to illustrate a simple, but important concept; for combustion to occur there must be three components, heat, oxygen and fuel. Remove any one and there’s no fire. That’s all the fire science theory most people will ever need.
The Violence Triangle illustrates the three sides of the triangle with Opportunity, Ability, and Intent. This simplifies the decision-making process, saving time and allowing better decision making. To be safe from violence just eliminate one element, using the strategies, tactics, and techniques provided in this training.
Areas covered in this violence training session will include:
Who should attend?
HR professionals, security professionals
Joe's credentials include military, law enforcement, and bodyguard experience, multiple black belts, as well as growing up on the Southside of Chicago. He has authored a number of books on workplace violence and self-defense. Following the 9/11 tragedy, Joe left a successful career as a sales recruiter, manager, and tr... More info