Anticipating Violence at the Workplace

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2. Preparing Objectives. Subsequent to finishing the workshop, you will be capable to:Explain the realities about working environment violence.Discuss Cal/OSHA\'s three sorts of work environment violence.List danger variables for potential savagery in retail.Describe a few approaches to forestall working environment violence.Describe the components of a roughness counteractive action program.Explain post-episode reporting and reaction procedures.Discuss what t

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Counteracting Violence at the Workplace CLC/RCI Partnership and Labor Occupational Health Program Center for Occupational and Environmental Health University of California, Berkeley 2005

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Training Objectives After finishing the workshop, you will have the capacity to: Explain the actualities about working environment savagery. Talk about Cal/OSHA's three sorts of working environment savagery. List hazard variables for potential savagery in retail. Portray a few approaches to avoid working environment savagery. Depict the components of a savagery aversion program. Clarify post-episode revealing and reaction systems. Examine what to do in a theft.

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Quiz What Do You Know About Workplace Violence?

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What Is Workplace Violence ?

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What Is Workplace Violence? Work environment brutality incorporates: √ physical attack √ undermining conduct √ verbal manhandle √ badgering

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True or False? Brutality would one say one is of the main sources of death at work?

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True Motor vehicle mischances are the main source of passing at work. Working environment brutality is the second reason for death at work.

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True or False? Among work environments, retail exchanges have the most noteworthy number of word related crimes.

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True The retail exchanges have the most elevated number of word related crimes.

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True or False? Debate between co-laborers are the main thought process in workplace murders.

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False Robbery is the fundamental intention in working environment murders in California (and across the country). Colleague viciousness speaks to just 8% of working environment murders.

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Quiz what number laborers are killed at work every week in the U.S. (work environment manslaughters)?

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NIOSH According to NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), 17 specialists are killed at work every week in the U.S.

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High-Risk Occupations Which retail businesses had the most noteworthy hazard for manslaughter? comfort and other supermarkets eating and drinking places gas benefit stations

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High-Risk Occupations All of them: √ accommodation and other markets √ eating and drinking places √ fuel benefit stations

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Quiz what number U.S. laborers are casualties of non-deadly ambushes at work every week?

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NIOSH According to NIOSH, 33,000 specialists are casualties of non-lethal ambushes at work every week in the U.S

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What Are The Three Different Types of Workplace Violence?

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Cal/OSHA's Three Types of Workplace Violence Type 1: A theft or other criminal act carried out by an outsider. Sort 2: An ambush by a customer, client, part, traveler, prisoner, understudy, or other individual who gets administrations from the casualty. Sort 3: A danger or fierce follow up on the occupation by a worker, chief, previous representative, or director.

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California Workplace Homicides, 2003 83 Homicides (work environment murders) in California Total Number of Workplace Fatalities in CA = 456

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What Is A Risk Factor For Violence? A hazard variable is any condition that may expand a specialist's hazard for encountering viciousness. What are a few cases of hazard variables on your employment?

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OSHA Risk Factors Working alone or in little numbers Working late night/early morning Working with cash Delivering travelers, products, or administrations Working in high wrongdoing ranges Guarding important property or belonging Contact with people in general

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Management Commitment and Employee Involvement Worksite Analysis Hazard Prevention and Control Training Evaluation Violence Prevention Program Elements

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Management Commitment Create and share an arrangement of brutality anticipation Take episodes genuinely Outline a security arrange Assign duty, specialist and assets

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Employee Involvement Participate in overviews and offer recommendations Assist in security examination and investigation Help assess counteractive action and control measures Train different representatives Share at work encounters with different representatives

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Worksite Hazard Analysis Step-by-step, sound judgment take a gander at the work environment to discover existing and potential perils: work environment security examination survey records and past occurrences intermittent wellbeing reviews

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Hazard Prevention and Control Engineering controls and working environment adjustment Administrative and work rehearse controls Post occurrence reaction

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Engineering Controls and Workplace Adaptation What are a few cases of building controls that could be utilized to lessen viciousness in the retail area?

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Door indicators, ringers Alarms Bullet safe hindrances Drop safes Visibility and lighting Video observation Height markers Engineering Controls

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Administrative and Work Practice Controls What are a few cases of managerial and work hone controls that could be utilized to lessen savagery in the retail division?

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Administrative and Work Practice Controls (cont'd) Integrate viciousness counteractive action into day by day methodology Minimal trade out enlist Emergency techniques, frameworks of correspondence Procedures to utilize hindrances & walled in areas Increase staffing at high hazard areas/times

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Administrative and Work Practice Controls (cont'd) Lock conveyance entryways Establish rules for laborers leaving office Lock entryways when not open, systems for opening and shutting Limit get to Adopt wellbeing systems for off-site work

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Training Ensure that all staff know about security perils and defensive methods Workers potential dangers operational systems utilization of safety efforts behavioral methodologies occurrence reaction crisis activity

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Training (cont'd) Supervisors, administrators and security faculty same preparing as every other specialist extra preparing to help them perceive, break down and set up controls

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Evaluation Recordkeeping Incidents Hazard investigations Recommendations from police, advisors, representatives Hazard revision Training and wellbeing gatherings

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Evaluation (cont'd) Review post episode reports Review minutes from security gatherings Analyze slants in episodes, wounds, and so forth. Counsel with representatives before & after worksite changes Update data on brutality aversion techniques

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Responding to a Violent Incident ― Small Group Activity Distribute the worksheet. Break into little gatherings. Every little gathering has five minutes to rank the means on their worksheet. The entire class will think about answers and talk about any contrasts between the gatherings.

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Post Incident Response ― Answers Get restorative watch over harmed casualties Report to police and different specialists Inform administration Secure the premises Safeguard prove Prepare occurrence report instantly Arrange suitable mental treatment for casualties

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Is It Worth Your Life? Demonstrate the initial 2-3 minutes of the video. Stop the video and talk about the accompanying inquiries. At that point proceed with the video.

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Is It Worth Your Life ― Small Group Activity Break into little gatherings. Talk about the accompanying inquiries. Pick one individual to record your answers and report back to the substantial gathering.

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Is It Worth Your Life ― Discussion Questions What steps could have been taken to keep this burglary? By what method would it be advisable for you to deal with money? How might you react to a looter if ransacked at gunpoint? What would it be advisable for you to do after the burglary happens? In the wake of examining these inquiries demonstrate whatever remains of the video.

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Case Studies Break into little gatherings. Every little gathering gets an alternate Case Study to deal with (Handouts #4-6). Labor for 10 minutes in your little gathering. Talk about how you would deal with the circumstance portrayed in the Case Study. Pick a recorder to report your gathering's answers back to the extensive gathering. Then again you can do a pretend on the off chance that you prefer.

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Case Study #1 2 specialists are gone up against by an equipped looter who requests access to the safe. The specialists stroll with the culprit to the supervisor's office. The thief advises the chief to open the safe by the check of ten. The chief offers no resistance, yet can't open the safe in time. He is shot point clear in the face before his colleagues.

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Prevention Measures for Case Study #1 Activate an alert framework or frenzy catch, utilize surveillance cameras Show discharge money enlist and that you don't have entry to the safe Explain that you are having issues attempting to open the protected Talk to him in a relieving voice, attempt to give him a few alternatives

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Case Study #2 A clerk/representative in a little shop/service station is discovered lying face down in the workplace by a client at 3 am. The worker was distant from everyone else on his day of work. The money enroll was unfilled.

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Prevention Measures for Case Study #2 Always have 2 representatives cooperating amid night move Increase perceivability into the store Panic alert catch accessible Make beyond any doubt there is satisfactory lighting in the parking garage Leave money registers open and exhaust when not being used and post sign showing just constrained measures of trade out enroll

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Case Study #3 A union steward approaches a female collaborator who comes to work with a bruised eye and wounds all over and arms. She uncovers that she is as a rule physically manhandled by her accomplice, and that it has heightened in the course of recent weeks. Other colleagues have communicated dread and worry about the circumstance.

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Prevention Measures for Case Study #3 Comfort the specialist. Request that her inform her chief or director about the circumstance, so she can land insurance on the position. Your manager ought to examine the circumstance and alter a reaction. For instance, move her to an alternate work territory. Your boss may likewise get a controlling request. Allude her to the National Domestic Violence Hotline at

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