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Workplace Violence Prevention and Response


The threat of violence in our workplaces and communities is ever present.  An estimated two million U.S. workers experienced violence on the job every year, including an average of 16,400 threats and 723 workers being attacked or harassed.  Fortunately, there are almost always clear warning signs to indicate when violence may be imminent. Unfortunately, these warning signs are often overlooked


Every employee in an organization has a role in providing a safe and secure workplace. The goal of this course is to increase employees’ awareness of the potential for violence and more importantly how to recognize the warning signs and understanding of what actions can be taken to prevent or minimize violence.​


Our programs are Evidence Informed and Experienced Applied. In other words, we incorporate current studies and research balanced with decades of field experience and “lessons learned” from real cases. ​


Target Audience: This class is suitable for the entire employee population.​
Key Content: The core theme of this course is to provide staff with the awareness, tools and resources to help protect themselves and the workplace from the threat of violence.

  • The dynamics of workplace violence
  • Personal safety strategies
  • Strategies and resources for keeping the workplace safe
  • Recognizing and responding to the warning signs
  • Response protocol for Active Violence

Hector Alvarez, MSPS is a security expert who specializes in workplace violence prevention, and a Certified Threat Manager™ by the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals. He has built over 25 years of experience from serving as Security Director protecting one of our nation’s most sensitive critical infrastructures, to working as a city police officer and as a professional consultant. He understands the challenges organizations face when addressing the threats of violence because he has responded to them. He has personally assessed and/or responded to thousands of potentially violent situations, developed numerous violence prevention programs and trained tens of thousands of employees and managers in the areas of crisis intervention, violence prevention, domestic terrorism and emergency management.