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Workplace Violence - Deterring and Surviving an Attack

  • Workplace Violence: Deterring and Surviving an Attack

    Workplace violence can strike any business – large or small.  Although violence in the workplace has been steadily declining, it is still the 4th leading cause of fatal workplace injury in America, taking more than 400 lives annually.  In this half-day seminar, you will learn how to: minimize risks of workplace violence;  prevent, deter and resolve conflict; train and prepare employees; handle any workplace violence aftermath and recovery; and resume business in light of an event.  Hear from an active-shooter workplace incident first responder and investigator, local law enforcement professionals, and workplace violence experts. This workshop will help you, as an employer, HR professional, or manager, successfully navigate the difficult business world in which we live.

     8:00 – 8:30 AM Registration, Networking and Continental Breakfast
     8:30 – 8:45 AM Welcome
     8:45 – 9:30 AM Case Study:  Mass Shooting, Emmorton Business Park, October 18, 2017 Major William Davis, Chief of Patrol Operations, Harford County Sheriff’s Office.
     9:30 – 9:45 AM Response to an Active Threat Event in the Business Community: Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Colonel Larry Suther, Chief Deputy.  
     9:45 – 10 AM Prosecution of a Defendant in a Felony Case:  The role of the Citizen/Victim:  Asst. States Attorney for Carroll County, Allan Culver.  
    10:00 – 10:15 AM Break
    10:15 – 11:45 AM The Prevention of Workplace Violence in Your Business Detective Kenneth Brown, Workplace Violence Team, Baltimore County Police Department and Special Police Officer Walter Gunter, Carroll Community College Campus Police
    11:45 – Noon Panel discussion – Questions and answers

    SHRM Approved Provider – 2.75 PDC
    HRCI Approval Pending 

     

  • Course:   MGT-134-A4
    Date: April 5, 2018
    Cost: $19.00, includes continental breakfast.

     

    Note:
    Additional $5 out of county OR $10 out of state resident fee will apply.

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