Safety In The Workplace

Safety In The Workplace

Unfortunately, businesses can sometimes experience some type of workplace violence, threat, or upset employee termination from time to time. You can help keep the workplace safe by implementing policies and procedures for dealing with said situations.

EPG can help with assisting in workplace violence, threats, and employee discharge. We can help mitigate risk and ensure a safe working environment by offering to consult or by providing additional security resources, such as surveillance or security personal.
Things to consider when dealing with high-risk employee:

• What is happening in his/her own life that has prompted this?

• Does he/she feel he has been wronged in some way?

• How does the offender cope with disappointment, loss or failure?

• How does the offender interact with coworkers?

• Does he/she feel he is being treated fairly by the company?

• Does he/she have problems with supervisors or management?

• Is he/she experiencing personal problems such as divorce, death in the family, health problems, or other personal losses or issues?

• Is he/she experiencing financial problems, high personal debt, or bankruptcy?

• Is there evidence of substance abuse or mental illness/depression?

• Has the he/she shown an interest in violence through movies, games, books, or magazines?

• Is he/she preoccupied with violent themes; interested in publicized violent events; or fascinated with and/or recently acquired weapons?

• Has the offender identified a specific target and communicated with others his/her thoughts or plans for violence?

• Is he/she obsessed with others or engaged in any stalking or surveillance activity?

• Has the offender spoken of homicide or suicide?

• Does he have a past criminal history or history of past violent beha

• Does the offender have a plan for what he/she would do?