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EARLY WARNING SYSTEM OVERVIEW


• The Early Warning System (EWS) is based on making a record of behavior or attributes that may tend to predict future violent employee behavior without an effective intervention
• Certain behaviors and attributes are rated with a numerical score and a threat level algorithm determines the appropriate course of action 
• Behaviors and attributes should only be entered based on a credible source

• One-day training program for human resources personnel and security managers


AN OPPORTUNITY TO PREVENT WORKPLACE VIOLENCE


 • A review of workplace violence incidents nationwide reveals that in the vast majority there were behavioral changes in the employee prior to the violent event
 • These behavioral changes usually began months before the violent event
•  These behavioral changes provide an opportunity for an early intervention that may prevent employee violence at work

• Employers have an opportunity to identify and prevent potential workplace violence incidents through an Early Warning System which tracks objective behavioral and situational factors known to be associated with the potential for workplace violence. 


     FACTS ABOUT WORKPLACE VIOLENCE


 • Workplace violence costs the American workforce $36   billion each year according the FBI in 2011
 • From 2006 to 2010, an average of 551 workers per year were killed as a result of work-related homicides (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
 • In 2010 (the last year for which final data are available), a total of 518 workplace homicides, or 11 percent of all fatal work injuries that occurred that year (BLS)
 • Shootings accounted for 78 percent of all workplace homicides in 2010 (405 fatal injuries).  (BLS)

Workplace Violence Early Warning System

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