Workplace Violence Training Poster


The Workplace Violence Training Poster provides steps to follow when faced with a workplace active shooter incident: Run, Hide, Fight.

12″ x 18″ – Poly Vinyl both sides.

SKU: 74807

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The Workplace Violence Training Poster is an essential training tool that tells employees what they should do when workplace violence erupts. Law enforcement agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI recommend the three-tiered strategy “Run, Hide, Fight” when caught in an active shooter incident. The Workplace Violence Training Poster also provides essential tips on what to do when 911 emergency personnel arrive in order to maintain safety and secure help for yourself or others.

What Should You Do If Your Workplace Turns Violent?

If you run a business, it’s your job to come up with ways to reduce all kinds of hazards in your facility. In fact, the Federal General Duty Clause, 29 USC 654, Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act requires employers to address any and all workplace hazards.

Luckily, there are precautions you can take that can minimize problems or eliminate them altogether. By coming up with a Workplace Violence Prevention Program (and making it a part of your Injury and Illness Prevention Program), you and your employees can take proactive measures and implement a coordinated response to workplace crises.

But what happens if all of that doesn’t work? What should you do if your workplace turns violent?

Compliance Poster Company has a new poster to ensure employees are prepared in case of an active shooter crisis. Titled “What to Do When Workplace Violence Erupts”, this poster is chock full of valuable tips that can help you stay safe when things get violent. In addition to other advice, the Workplace Violence Training Poster stresses using “Run, Hide, Fight” as a mantra. That way, you’ll know exactly what to do if the worst ever happens!