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Active Shooter and Workplace Violence Prevention Training Course (1 Year)

HRdirect has partnered with Clear Law Institute to provide this interactive workplace violence online training course. The course teaches employees how to respond to an active shooter in the workplace and how to recognize red flags for workplace violence. The course uses a story-based approach with nuanced scenarios where staff must decide how they would respond to several issues that could arise in an active shooter situation. See more details...


Pricing shown below is per seat/employee and requires an annual renewal.

This product is non-refundable and is not eligible for discounts.

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Clear Law Institute’s Active Shooter and Workplace Violence Prevention online training teaches employees:

  • How to prepare for active shooter incidents in the workplace
  • The run, hide, and fight response method to active shooter incidents
  • How to react when law enforcement arrives in response to an active shooter situation
  • Common risk factors and problematic behaviors that signal propensities for workplace violence
  • Best practices for reporting concerns about threats or red flags for violence, including domestic violence that can impact the workplace

 

The following topics will be reviewed using a series of interactive scenarios and learning games:

  •  Preparing for Active Shooter Situations
    • Spotting the best evacuation routes in any work area
    • Recognizing when an active shooter incident may be occurring

  • Responding to an Active Shooter Incident
    • Choosing whether to run, hide, or fight
    • Best practices for executing the run, hide, and fight method
    • When to contact law enforcement and what to tell them

  • When Law Enforcement Arrives
    • How to interact with law enforcement as they respond to an active shooting
    • Locating the assembly point
    • Aiding law enforcement to help victims
    • Basic first aid techniques for victims

  • Recognizing Workplace Violence
    • Indicators that a coworker may become violent at work
    • Recognizing when a coworker has made a threat
    • Knowing when an employee is more likely to become a victim of violence at work
    • Domestic violence and how it affects the workplace

  • Reporting Workplace Violence
    • How to report concerns about a coworker’s behavior
    • Organizational policies on workplace violence

 

 

Each course:

  • Can be accessed anywhere, anytime on a computer, tablet, or smartphone

Clear Law Institute’s Active Shooter and Workplace Violence Prevention online training teaches employees:

  • How to prepare for active shooter incidents in the workplace
  • The run, hide, and fight response method to active shooter incidents
  • How to react when law enforcement arrives in response to an active shooter situation
  • Common risk factors and problematic behaviors that signal propensities for workplace violence
  • Best practices for reporting concerns about threats or red flags for violence, including domestic violence that can impact the workplace

 

The following topics will be reviewed using a series of interactive scenarios and learning games:

  •  Preparing for Active Shooter Situations
    • Spotting the best evacuation routes in any work area
    • Recognizing when an active shooter incident may be occurring

  • Responding to an Active Shooter Incident
    • Choosing whether to run, hide, or fight
    • Best practices for executing the run, hide, and fight method
    • When to contact law enforcement and what to tell them

  • When Law Enforcement Arrives
    • How to interact with law enforcement as they respond to an active shooting
    • Locating the assembly point
    • Aiding law enforcement to help victims
    • Basic first aid techniques for victims

  • Recognizing Workplace Violence
    • Indicators that a coworker may become violent at work
    • Recognizing when a coworker has made a threat
    • Knowing when an employee is more likely to become a victim of violence at work
    • Domestic violence and how it affects the workplace

  • Reporting Workplace Violence
    • How to report concerns about a coworker’s behavior
    • Organizational policies on workplace violence

 

 

Each course:

  • Can be accessed anywhere, anytime on a computer, tablet, or smartphone

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