We have already received comments and emails from our blog yesterday and as requested below is 9 reasons to why you may need a Workplace Violence Policy.
Preventing workplace violence: Team Meetings Workplace Violence is not seeing a dramatic increase according to the HSE, but statistics show that nearly 46% of staff who have previously been assaulted are not reporting a second incident and personally I believe that is not a good sign.
We at Quell over the years have been approached by many different organisations within our sector of workplace violence, from panic alarms to different types of training aids, but a high degree of our clients know how cautious we have always been at putting the name of Quell against a certain product, a lot of…[Read More]
Lone Worker Training: Unacceptable Behaviour? Our Lone Worker Training has yet again, gained momentum at all levels. From training people responsible on the actions required through to the staff on how they are affected by procedures and policies, but more importantly how they can feel more confident when faced with unacceptable behaviour. So what…[Read More]
Workplace violence training is a taboo subject that is on the increase and a number of business’s have a tendency to say ‘it never happens in our business or they just have not realised that it does happen’. So let’s sit back and think about the wording of that statement, after all it does strike…[Read More]
Personal Safety Training is becoming more recognised It is clear to us at Quell that over the years the subject of Personal Safety Training has had a bad run, and this can be put down to the delivery or context it was used. Personal Safety is a serious subject in many business sectors and at times has…[Read More]
This is an easy answer for me as being a product and service provider that includes a significant section in delivering of lone worker training. My answer to this is to simply say ‘next question please’. When the dreaded word “recession” is used we all have different opinions and ideas of how it’s progressing or…[Read More]
Don’t risk Lone Worker Safety to cut costs The majority of people who hear the above statement of, ‘don’t risk Lone Worker Safety to cut costs’ would immediately think that it does not happen. However through recent research it is becoming more apparent that certain aspects of ensuring staff safety is being put down to…[Read More]
Dealing with Violence in the workplace Dealing with Violence in the workplace is a very powerful and sensitive subject for many employers and employees, as it can have massive consequences if not dealt with or prevented correctly. The subject of any type of Violence in a person’s life has the victims suffering from depression, lack…[Read More]
This was a question asked from a person who enquired about information on the training we provide. It is a very relevant one and does highlight the confusion some people may think of when looking into what we do as a training company. What is confidence training and what effect does it have on…[Read More]