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Detecting Potentially Violent Behavior in the Workplace
Date:3/23/2009

estic violence, shooting sprees, executions, etc.
  • Vindictive: they make statements such as, "he will get his" or "one of these days I'll get even."
  • Odd: they may be good at what they do, paying close attention to details, but they lack people skills. Their presence makes others uncomfortable.
  • Unhealthy: they may begin to appear unclean or demonstrate poor hygiene, experience sleep disorders, fatigue, sudden weight loss/gain or other health-related problems. They may be addicted to alcohol and/or drugs.
  • As an employer, there are several precautions you should take to prevent aggressive behavior in your workspace, including instituting policies and procedures for detecting and handling violent situations. These could include conducting training on threat assessment, long-term security and alternative dispute resolution. Some additional proactive measures you may consider include installing metal detectors, bullet-proof glass, closed-circuit cameras or entrance controls in certain parts of the building.

    Employers and employees must work together in order to address the significant problem of workplace violence, thus having a better chance of decreasing the propensity of which it occurs.

    For more security tips, visit: http://www.universalpro.com/Security_Tips_11-30-05.htm

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