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Violent crime is becoming a national emergency. One of the last bastions of relative safety, the workplace, is increasingly becoming a dangerous place for both employees and managers. In a few but disturbingly more frequent cases, the violence is ending in death. Companies have a responsibility to maintain a safe work environment, or face huge liabilities when violence erupts.

What can you do? The "VIOLENCE: Reducing Your Risk" training video is a powerful workplace violence and harassment video that is all about reducing your risk of being a victim. It teaches you how to avoid potentially violent situations; and how to form a plan of action for escape or defense if violence occurs.

Experts in personal safety and law enforcement demonstrate simple yet practical and effective methods anyone can use to reduce their risk and defuse threatening situations.


  • Verbal Defense
  • Parking lot Safety
  • Carjacking
  • Escape Plans
  • Survival Plan
  • Concealment and Cover

This video is closed captioned and comes with a leader’s guide. 

Sexual Harassment Prevention
Respectful Workplace
Release Date
Jan 1, 1994
Video Running Time (minutes)
Closed Caption
Media Partners
Presentation Style
Dramatic Vignettes w/Instruction
Course ID

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