Workplace Violence Services Needs Assessment/Risk Assessment
Includes a detailed on-site review of existing policies, programs and procedures, conducted by some of the top experts in the fields of workplace violence services prevention and intimate partner violence and stalking. Meetings with key stakeholders, a review of the physical plant, and observations of the “corporate culture” are all part of the needs assessment step.
Workplace Violence Services Policy Development & Implementation
The development of a new or updated ASIS/SHRM compliant workplace violence services policy that contains a detailed incident management process, emergency and threat response protocols, the role of external experts and law enforcement, specific strategies for high-risk workplaces, post-incident management protocols, appropriate record-keeping, and the integration of intimate partner violence prevention strategies.
Workplace Violence Services Threat Management Team Development
The establishment of an interdisciplinary workplace violence services threat management team that will review and respond to violent incidents or reports of troubling behavior, evaluate potential risks, and establish appropriate incident notification protocols.
Workplace Violence Services Threat Management Team Training
The Lake Forest Group provides customized workplace violence services training for the threat management team which includes identification criterion, reporting structures, and warning signs/indicators of potential violent behavior.
Management Team Workplace Violence Services Training
Specialized workplace violence services training for supervisors and managers that are not part of the threat management team. Included in this training would be the identification of potential threats, handling complaints or concerns, and initial emergency response.
Employee Workplace Violence Services Training
Development of multi-media employee workplace violence services training programs, which can include new employee orientation components. Training can be conducted on-site or through the use of train-the-trainer methods. Employee training can be coupled with Sexual and other types of Harassment Awareness Training.