Middle Tennessee State University’s Executive Education Program is offering a half-day workplace violence training seminar to the public.
The seminar will be beneficial for business owners, managers, employees and others who are looking to learn about the legal implications of workplace violence and how to create a workplace violence plan.
The four-hour seminar will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, in the Jones College of Business Executive Education Center, located in the Miller Education Center, 503 E. Bell St.
The cost is $250 and seating is limited.
Organizers note that while federal guidelines state that an employer has a legal obligation to keep their employees safe, many employers don’t have a plan to address threats or active-shooter incidents.
The seminar will teach attendees how to create a workplace violence plan and a crisis response team, how to respond to violence and how to document incidents and will discuss the legal ramifications for employers.
The instructor is Susan K. Bradley, an attorney and certified CPI Prepare Training Program instructor. She also teaches the Legal Environment of Business and Industrial Relations Legislation courses at MTSU.
To register for this seminar or get more information about the Jones College of Business Executive Education Program, visit http://mtsu.edu/business/execed.php, call 615-898-2964 or email Chrissy.Koepfgen@mtsu.edu.
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