Preventing Violence on Campus

Course Description:

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Act’s (OSH Act) general duty clause requires an employer to create a place of employment “free from recognized hazards” including workplace violence. Employers are required to take steps to minimize known risks of violence, and a failure to address hazards could result in the finding of a violation of the OSH Act.
Course Duration: 27 minutes

Why “Preventing Violence on Campus” Matters:

  • Recognize the signs of potential violence and put prevention strategies into action
  • Know how to prevent violence and how to react if the worst happens
  • Know when to consult with Human Resources or security

Key Points:

  • Violence is a very real concern for all campuses and it can happen anywhere and at any time.
  • YOU have a role in the prevention of violence.
  • Everyone can be affected by violence.
  • Everyone must work together to help raise awareness of violence and what to do if it happens.

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