April 5, 2018, BLR Hosted Webinar: Corporate Culture’s Influence on Violence Prevention: How to Achieve an Agile and Proactive Mindset to Better Manage Risks

April 5, 2018, BLR Hosted Webinar: Corporate Culture’s Influence on Violence Prevention: How to Achieve an Agile and Proactive Mindset to Better Manage Risks

Posted on: April 4th, 2018

Felix P. Nater, CSC will be presenting a 90 minute webinar on entitle: Corporate Culture’s Influence on Violence Prevention: How to Achieve an Agile and Proactive Mindset to Better Manage Risks April 5, 2018.

How vulnerable is your workplace to violence? Most employers underestimate how susceptible their organizations may be. The reality is that it’s probably far more likely than you think. Every workplace has its vulnerabilities and many—particularly health-care facilities, late-night retail operations, and social services—are more susceptible to instances of violence. If your workplace culture doesn’t aggressively promote responsibility, accountability and consequences, you may be putting your company at a greater risk for attacks.

There are steps you can take to proactively manage and mitigate workplace violence risks—and it all starts by establishing and fostering a culture of connectivity. During this session, Felix will provide valuable insight on the steps you can take to proactively manage workplace violence risks and keep your organization safe.
You’ll learn insight on:

Methodologies that can help your organization take measured approach and response to workplace violence threats.
How a culture of connectivity works to minimize workplace violence risks.
The key role that leadership plays in prevention.
The unintentional role that culture plays in prevention.
What OSHA’s Enforcement Procedures for Investigating or Inspecting Incidents of Workplace Violence directive recommends for conducting inspections in late-night retail workplaces, health care, and social service settings—where workplace violence risks may be higher.