4) Written communication from each site to the responsible office of all incidents of violence and subsequent outcomes as the incidents occur.
5) Written communication from each organizational element to human resources of all incidents of violence involving Employee(s) and subsequent outcomes.
6) A written quarterly report from each site of all workplace violence incidents and outcomes submitted to the responsible office with a copy of this report forwarded to the occupational health department.
The Safety manager should include information on workplace violence incidents and outcomes involving the workforce in this submittal.
The Safety and Health Manager will provide specific guidance for implementation of this program.
Supervisors will develop implementation plans incorporating the program requirements for prevention of, and response to, workplace violence of this program for Employee(s)
All departmental elements will modify their responsibilities, organizations, Management processes, and missions as needed to ensure implementation of this Policy.
POSSIBLE RISK FACTORS AND PREVENTIVE MEASURES
Researchers have suggested a number of factors that may increase the risk of violence, injury and homicide in the workplace. The following are examples of these factors:
Immediate preventive measures are needed to reduce the large number of occupational violence and homicides each year. The preventive measures presented here may provide some protection to workers until research studies can be conducted to evaluate their effectiveness.