Workplace Violence Prevention In California

$24.95

Workplace violence in California causes thousands of injuries and almost one hundred deaths annually. The state of California has enacted SB 553, which requires annual training to teach employees how to identify workplace violence, recognize potential threats, and report incidents of workplace violence. This training course covers these crucial topics as well as ways to prevent workplace violence, handling dangerous situations, and much more. Viewers are shown how to identify warning signs from co-workers, such as an obsession with guns and violent incidents, paranoia, ongoing violations of work policies, and a decrease in work quality. Under SB 553, employees who report workplace violence concerns to their manager, or who seek help from emergency services, are protected from retaliation. Present this course to learn how to comply with California laws and keep your workplace safe.

Description

Audience:
All California employees

Workplaces:
Construction Project|Manufacturing Plant|Offices|Retail Stores|Warehouse

Topics:
Introduction|What Is Workplace Violence?|Co-Worker Warning Signs|Reporting And Threat Assessments|Prevention|Handling Dangerous Situations: Confrontations And Assaults|Handling Dangerous Situations: Active Shooter Incidents|Workplace Violence Prevention Plan|Violent Incident Logs|Temporary Restraining Orders|Consequences|Conclusion

Languages:
en

Video Format:
HD

Quiz Questions:
10

Number of Lessons:
12

Training Time:
16-26 minutes

Closed Captioning:
No

Devices Supported:
Windows, Apple, Android, Chrome

Required Plugins:
None

Interactive Producer:
Mastery Training Content Network

Original Content Producer:
TrainingABC, LLC