This course is for state employees who want to increase their awareness of how to protect themselves in the event of an active assailant. Questions and concerns should be directed to Department of Administration, Risk Management Division.
Upon completing this course you will be able to:
- Explain what workplace violence is;
- Describe what creates increased risk as concerns workplace violence and how to mitigate such incidents;
- Explain what is an Active Assailant (AA) and how you can mentally prepare for an AA incident;
- Recognize how to maintain a good sense of awareness, and better prepare yourself for an incident of workplace violence.
Minimum Passing Score: n/a
Credit Hours: 2
Time to Complete (Approx.): 2 hours
How to Enroll: This course is "open enrollment". Select the course name in the course list to enroll.
This is a narrated Powerpoint presentation designed to provide anyone serving on a safety committee with a basic understanding of how committees are developed and the function of committee members.
Upon completing this course you will be able to gain a basic understanding of why, and how safety committees are formed which will help anyone who serves on such a committee.
Credit Hours: 1.0
Time to Complete (Approx.): 60 minutes
How to Enroll:
This course is "open enrollment". Select the course name in the course list to enroll.