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Violence Prevention and Personal Safety for Lone Workers and Remote Employees

Organizations have varying degrees of moral, ethical and legal responsibility for those working on their behalf whether they are employees, contractors or volunteers. This applies during work hours, and in the case of those working in field settings, away on business travel, and international staff operating in a foreign setting. In many instances, this duty of care also potentially extends to non-working hours including during social activities and over holiday periods. The risk of violence is one of many that employers must address. 

In this webinar, Violence Prevention and Personal Safety for Lone Workers and Remote Employees, Steven Crimando will discuss the importance of protecting employees in the new mobile world, where people, assets, liability and reputation threats may face higher than normal levels of safety and security risks. Specific topics addressed include:

  • Duty of care for lone workers/mobile workers
  • Lone worker hazard vulnerability assessments
  • Risk reduction strategies and techniques
  • Street smarts and "getting of the X"
  • Emergency/crisis communications from field settings

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Steven M. Crimando, MA, BCETS, CHS-V is an internationally known consultant and educator specialized in the application of the behavioral sciences in homeland and private security, violence prevention, crisis management and disaster response. He is a member of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals, an expert in threat assessment and threat management, and is frequently called upon by law enforcement agencies, the media and the courts to provide insight on workplace, school and community violence prevention and response, including acts of extreme violence such as active shooter incidents.