Telgian Engineering & Consulting Senior Project Manager Lauris Freidenfelds will present a “Workplace Violence Legal and Liability Issues” workshop at the upcoming North Shore ASIS Chapter Meeting on August 12, 2021. He will be joined by licensed attorney and private detective Michael A. Crane. The presentation will explore the impact of workplace violence and how ASIS Workplace Violence and Active Assailant – Prevention Intervention, and Response (ASIS WVPI-2020) standards can help organizations develop effective workplace violence prevention programs.
Freidenfelds is uniquely qualified to present this ASIS WVPI-2020 Workplace Violence Prevention Workshop. His 40+ years of experience includes extensive knowledge of operational security, technology and emergency management programs. And, as a former director of security and emergency preparedness for a major metropolitan healthcare system, he has direct experience with emergency management personnel and operations. These include planning, organizing, and directing security programs and activities, as well as the development and coordination of disaster preparedness plans, the mitigation of, preparation for, and recovery from hazards and disasters.
“ASIS WVPI-2020 is an important resource that organizations of any size can use to evaluate, develop, and implement policies, structures, and practices related to workplace violence,” explains Freidenfelds. “By focusing on a proactive approach to violence including essential prevention and early intervention, leadership can learn to create safer workplaces.”
ASIS WVPI-2020 provides an overview of policies, processes, and protocols that organizations can adopt in order to help identify and prevent threatening behavior and violence affecting the workplace. Specifically, it proposes ways in which an organization can better detect, investigate, manage, and, whenever possible, resolve behavior that has generated concerns for workplace safety from violence. The Standard also helps organizations better address and resolve threats and violence which have occurred.
To learn more about the Workplace Violence Prevention Workshop and other emergency management opportunities, please visit ASIS North Shore Chapter.
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