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Violence Preparedness in the Workplace: What today's employees should know     
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Thank you to Northrop Grumman for sponsoring the following upcoming event:
Grand Forks - Tuesday, October 15 - Class is SOLD OUT

Any company whose services involve public interaction should have personal safety training for their employees; basic security protocols in place; and a comprehensive emergency plan. During this course, attendees will learn emergency response principles outlined by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and protocols to respond to an active shooter, knife attack or other physical assault.

Key takeaways will include:

• how to execute the Run, Hide, Fight protocol;
• identifying potentially violent behaviors in members of the public;
• how to determine the difference between an angry customer and someone who has the potential for violence;
• documenting known threats using best practices;
• and recommendations for security applications in front lobby areas.

Each attendee will receive a Workplace Security Self Assessment Checklist in addition to a free copy of the National Safety Council’s Emergency Gap Analysis that will help attendees determine their business’s level of emergency preparedness.

We have CEUs for this class. 2 SHRM credits approved and 2 HRCI credits are pending approval. Thank you to our CEU Sponsor: Central Dakota Human Resource Association
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Course Details
Course Code: VioPrep
Course Length: 2 hours

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