Managing violence at work

by Colin Rowett

Publisher: NFER-Nelson in Windsor

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StatementColin Rowett and Glynis Breakwell. Workbook.
ContributionsBreakwell, Glynis M.
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Background: How to use this document --Purpose and scope --Summary of recommendations for preventing and managing violence in the workplace --Sources and types of evidence for preventing managing violence in the workplace --Development panel members --Stakeholder acknowlegement --Background to the Healthy Work Environments Best Practice.

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It is intended to be an overview guide for all USDA employees that explains what workplace violence is and provides tools and resources for preventing or responding to workplace incidents. Workplace violence occurred as follows:aggravated assaults, 51, rapes and sexual assaults, 84, robberies, and 1, homicides were reported.

These figures likely fall short of the actual number of acts of workplace violence that, in fact, occurred at work as not all acts of workplace violence are : Susan M. Heathfield. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.

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