What do these incidents have in common? They’re all examples of violence at work. Violence has become a significant community and occupational health and safety issue because of the affects it has on individual workers and their places of work. Violence can occur suddenly without notice or provocation. It can take many forms. It may cause mental and physical pain and suffering, and may result in permanent disability or even death.
In this workplace violence training, you will learn to recognise what workplace violence is, what can cause workplace violence and what might happen in your workplace if violence and intimidation are not properly managed. We will also look at the practical skills you and your co-workers can use to avoid or deal with violence in the workplace.
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Violence in the Workplace Training Course (22 minutes + quizzes)
This programme deals with the increasing problem of workplace violence. What can cause workplace violence & some steps which can be taken to alleviate the problem.
Violence at Work Course Demo
A young apprentice kept quiet about his injuries telling his mother he kept falling off his bike. The truth was far more terrifying. After being stapled to a piece of chipboard, he was raised to the wall crucifixion-style. On another occasion, he was strung up on a forklift and punched and kicked. On the floor of a trailer he was tied at spread-eagle while traveling at 60 kilometers an hour. Even when he was set alight, he helped his workmates make up a fake story to tell doctors.
Detectives arrived at the hospital early this morning to interview the distraught female doctor. She was having something to eat in a common room when she was approached by a man claiming to be James Bond. After a struggle and a chase around a billiard table, he threw her to the ground.
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