Managing the issue of violence in the workplace can begin with simple steps to identify and managing policy
Violence at work is defined as “Any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work”.
Unlike many topics it can be complicated to manage, hard to quantify and even harder to communicate about. Clearly, certain industries and sectors deal with workplace violence far more than others, and it is learning about these areas and what the key risk factors are that is key to protecting people from this, often discounted, workplace issue.
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