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Active Shooter/Workplace Violence Training

Active Shooter/Workplace Violence Training

As a society we are in unfortunate times where we are faced with the reality that employers have a responsibility (both moral and under the OSHA General Duty Clause: Section 5 (a)(1) to provide a safe work environment for employees which includes adequate protections against workplace violence, including active shooter scenario training.

As we hear more and more about tragedies in the workplace due to workplace violence PSLC has put together a comprehensive training program that covers topics for both employees and management alike to greatly increase their hances of survival should an active shooter situation arise.

While the overall odds of an active shooter situation are low, the odds of encountering other types of workplace violence are much higher with over 2 million incidents in the U.S. each year. This training focuses on prevention of these and how to handle cases of violence should they occur.

Your organization will be well prepared to deal with workplace violence and can think proactively to have a plan in place making your workplace a safer environment which is a key component in increasing employee engagement and job satisfaction. Employee satisfaction pays for itself when turnover is lower, and productivity is higher and ensuring a safe work environment and peace of mind is one step towards obtaining that goal.

Active Shooter/Workplace Violence training includes:

Workplace Violence is a Growing Concern!


• Run, Hide, Fight
• Preparation
• Security
• Awareness
• Training
• React safely
• NOW is the time to THINK!
• Final Words on Active Shooters

OSHA General Duty Clause:

What Actually Constitutes Workplace Violence

•Types of Workplace Violence

Warning Signs of Trouble

Reducing Workplace Violence Starts with Understanding the 4 Types.

• Type #1: Criminal Intent
• Type #2: Customer or Client
• Type #3: Worker on Worker
• Type #4: Personal Relationships (Outside of the Workplace)

Warning Signs of Violence

Appropriate Intervention

• Reaching Out for Help
• When you Have Concerns About Behavior?
• What to Do When You Witness Disturbing Behavior?

Identifying 4 Stages of Violence

• Anxiety
• Argumentative/Defensive
• Verbally Threatening/Physically Threatening
• Assaultive

3 Signs that Make Potential Workplace Violence More Dangerous

Mental Illness and the ADA

• Mental Illness Awareness
• Remember the ADA?

Policies and Procedures
Termination the Right Way
Zero Tolerance
Building Conditions
What Employers Should Do Following a Workplace Violence Incident
Final Words
Odds of Serious Workplace Violence Situation
Active Shooter Simulation (Onsite Training Only)

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