Workplace Violence Prevention a Training Management Commitment

Nater, Felix P.
October 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2010, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p106
Trade Publication
The article offers the author insights on workplace violence prevention and the importance of organizational programs and training to prevent violence in the workplace. The author stresses the companies need to review their training methods and objectives in dealing with the prevention of violence and the security awareness in the workplace. The author suggests Interaction and Performance-Oriented Training for workplace violence prevention can include discussions, role-playing, and simulations.


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