Workplace Violence. Planning for Prevention and Response by Kim Kerr CPP

By Kim Kerr CPP

  • ''Kerr's distinctive point of view on clash and violence within the place of work, in line with his years adventure, may help you hinder or reply to incidents on your organization.''--Bonnie Michelman, Head of protection, Massachusetts normal clinic, Boston, MA, united states

    ''One of the key specialists within the box of body of workers defense and place of work violence, Kim M. Kerr, CPP, has prepare a entire and useful guide. This book’s 15 chapters are simply digested, delivering the reader with an excellent knowing of workplace-violence dynamics and treatments, equivalent to more and more universal zero-tolerance regulations. Kerr outlines the professionals and cons of such guidelines, not just from a administration standpoint but in addition from an worker perspective….Of great worth are 12 appendices which may help the reader in crafting sound regulations and systems. Templates comprise office guns and violence rules, emergency strategies, and plans for active-shooter reaction and catastrophe recovery…. This must-read e-book offers an in-depth examine the dynamics of office violence…. this article provides a finished examine early indications, violence on campus, guidelines and approaches, education and responding to an lively shooter. The rising factor of cyber-based threats is totally addressed in an entire bankruptcy that incorporates particular suggestions for employers and employees.''--Kevin Siegmund, safeguard administration Magazine

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D. Tex. 2003) (employer has a duty to the public to employ competent drivers, but such duty does not require an independent investigation into the employee’s nonvehicular criminal background); Mulloy v. United States 937 F. Supp. 1001, 1008 (D. Mass. 1996) (applying Illinois law, employer does not have a duty to assure all persons that its employees will not injure them at any time, whether on or off the job); Mendoza v. , 66 Cal. App. 4th 1333 (1998) (City of Los Angeles was not liable for the shooting of a woman by her fiancé, an intoxicated off-duty police officer); Roman Catholic Bishop v.

Ct. App. H. v. 2d 592, 600-01 (Okla. 1999) (discussing facts necessary for plaintiff to show in support of negligent hiring and negligent supervision claim); Underwriters Ins. Co. v. Purdie, 145 Cal. App. 3d 57 (1983); Connes v. Molalla Transp. 2d 1316 (Colo. 1992); Kelley v. 2d 585 (Ga. Ct. App. 1991) (employer satisfied duty of ordinary care by investigating security guard’s criminal and employment records); Fallon v. 2d 101 (Ill. App. Ct. 1986); Western Stone Co. v. E. 241 (Ill. 1894) (finding that master has a duty to exercise ordinary and reasonable care 49 50 Chapter 4 Legal Obligations and Workplace Violence The proper focus generally is not whether the employee was acting within the scope of employment, but whether, in view of the employee’s known characteristics, his or her violence was reasonably foreseeable by the employer.

Determine what resources will be necessary to deal with the victim(s) when an incident impacts the entire business. If you have only one or two EAP response resources, determine what additional resources would be needed. Also, consider where additional resources would come from if a very serious act or acts of violence were to occur to properly handle the victims’ needs. Don’t deny the need of post-event counseling and victim assistance. Regardless of whether or not you believe the trauma is real, your response plan of action should be executed based on worst-case scenarios.

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