EMPLOYEE TRAINING RESOURCE

Violence Protection Program

Welcome to the CrisisRisk Violence Protection Program Training Resource

The content accessible through this site is for employees of organizations that have purchased a Deadly Weapon Protection Insurance policy.  This training is offered as a resource to help you recognize behaviors of concern related to someone who may be on a path to violence and prepare you to respond to the threat of an active assailant. 

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Violence Protection Program Training Series

CrisisRisk has developed a Critical Incident Response Training module that is intended to serve as an enhancement to your overall Violence Protection Program. Every employee needs to know what to do if an armed assailant threatens their environment. They also need to know about their physical environment before something happens. This training provides important guidance that you can share with your employees. 

This training will help prepare you to:
  • Respond to a threat of an active assailant in your workplace.
  • Provide you with what you need to know about your physical environment before something happens. 

The focus of the Behavioral Risk: Awareness training module is on prevention. 

We will share statistics, types of violence, and most importantly, how you can recognize both high risk behaviors and behaviors that should cause concern BEFORE an act of violence occurs. 

Why? Because some behaviors serve as warning signs that a person may be on a trajectory towards violence in your workplace. If you recognize those behaviors and report them, you may prevent violence from occuring. 

It is our hope tha tyou will become empowered by this training, as workplace safety is a responsibility we all share. 

Our Behavioral Risk: Awareness module is coming online soon. 
This training covers:
  • Types of violence (targeted, domestic and criminal).
  • How to recognize threats and behavioral warning signs exhibited by people who may be on a path to violence.
  • What to do when you see these behaviors.