October 28, 2016
Presented by Presented by Joseph Dadourian, Ed.D., C.E.A.P.
When the San Bernardino shooting happened in December 2015, it showed just how easy a violent situation can occur in the workplace. In 2013, 316 fatal, intentional workplace shootings occurred, which made up 80 percent of homicides at work. Overall, nearly 2 million workers are affected by some form of workplace violence, per year. Workplace safety has become a major concern for managers and employees alike. While workplace violence is less common than is popularly believed, incidents involving disruptions and threats are increasing. Early intervention helps prevent more serious acts. This training will help to increase understanding and awareness of risk factors in order to reduce possible incidents. Additionally, this training will provide strategies for intervention and prevention of violence.
In this interactive workshop we will discuss:
- Differentiating workplace violence and active shooter events
- Increasing understanding and awareness of the risk factors of violence, identifying the red flags
- Strategies for intervention and prevention of violence
Joseph Dadourian is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist and Certified Employee Assistance Professional. He has over thirty years in applying behavioral psychology in the workplace. Additionally, he specializes in assisting employees/supervisors by teaching practical and engaging training programs to enhance skills in dealing with a variety of work/life challenges, as well as providing behavioral consultation & coaching on managing situations that can be problematic to the workplace. When the workplace encounters critical incidents (violence, terrorism, natural disasters, organizational changes, death of a colleague, reduction-in-force) he has demonstrated successes in responding to promote resiliency. As a clinical psychologist he has assisted numerous workplaces in enhancing safety with his threat assessment skills and Violence (Active Shooter) Prevention & Intervention workshops. Dr. Dadourian is a certified training for the new critical incident response called Multi-Systemic Resiliency Approach. Website: www.JosephDadourian.com.
We look forward to seeing you Friday, October 28th!
Students with I.D: $10
2 PDH / CEU Credits for CEAP, LCSW, MFT
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Friday, October 28th
8:30 am Networking
9-11 am Program
Valley Economic Alliance. 5121 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
The October 2016 meeting is sponsored by: