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What used to be something that happened to a few select businesses is now more common in a large variety of business types and locations. Violence in the workplace has increased over the years due to a variety of reasons, and in many cases the events may be preventable. Risk Management Malaysia

Cases of workplace violence can be related to the job, domestic in nature, or just a plain random act of violence. If you have a business, you have a risk of violence.

Do you know what that risk level is? Have you ever completed a security assessment for risk or vulnerabilities?

Contact us for Workplace Violence Planning and Training

At Corporate Security Solutions, we can assist you in:

  • Developing Policies
  • Training
  • Workplace Violence Response plans
  • Reporting Processes

We will help you determine your areas of concern, your risks, and advise you on how to mitigate your risks when possible.

Corporate Security Solutions has training programs in place for:

  • Management Teams
  • Human Resources
  • Security
  • General Staff

We prepare and present a custom training seminar at your facility, using your existing policies, current trends. If your organization does not currently have policies, we’ll help you formulate new policies and design training sessions to teach your staff on an ongoing basis.

Contact us today for a free telephone consultation to determine your needs and minimize your risks of workplace violence.

Common Reasons for Workplace Violence

  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Bullying
  • Discrimination
  • Domestic Violence
  • Drug Abuse
  • Gang Violence
  • Employee Discipline
  • High Level Of Stress
  • Labour Actions
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Neighbourhood Influences
  • Peer Pressures
  • Robbery
  • Shoplifting
  • Staff Reductions
  • Plus, a number of other perceived or actual issues

Four Levels of Workplace Violence

  • Level 1 – Violent acts by criminals who have no other connection with the workplace, but enter to commit a robbery or another crime.
  • Level 2 – Violence directed at employees by customers, clients, patients, students, or any other for whom an organization provides services.
  • Level 3 – Violence against co-workers, supervisors, or managers by a present of former employee.
  • Level 4 – Violence committed in the workplace by someone who doesn’t work there, but has a personal relationship with an employee—an abusive spouse or domestic partner.

Our commitment to our clients is that we will create the safest environment possible for your event. We have earned a reputation for excellence and we promise you the same. Our clients know they can depend on us to be proactive and highly professional.

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