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Protecting Your Employees From Workplace Violence

Mar. 13, 2019 2-3PM EST   •   Webinar Register
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Numerous companies have hired consultants to perform Active Shooter Training. This is a good idea, but workplace shootings are fairly rare; what are you doing about the most common workplace violence situations? This presentation will discuss a wide range of issues, including evaluating your workplace, protecting isolated workers or employees at customer sites, OSHA’s emphasis on workplace violence, dealing with guns in your parking lot, executive protection, and evaluating and dealing with angry employees and other difficult situations.

You’ll Learn:

  • Understanding how employers can be held liable for workplace violence and how to prevent this liability.
  • How to protect your employees from workplace violence.
  • Tips on how to evaluate and deal with angry employees and difficult situations, while staying within the law.

Registrants are asked to submit your specific questions on the subject in the box on the screen during the webinar. Attorney and presenter Todd Logsdon will address your specific questions and concerns and you will be emailed a list of the questions and the responses following the webinar.

Make it a lunch or break out session during the workday: webinars are ideal for team training and to facilitate group discussions on industry-specific issues impacting production, management and operations providing direct, immediate return for your business.

Speaker:

Todd Logsdon, who has been on the Kentucky Super Lawyer list since 2014, is a partner in the Louisville office of the law firm Fisher Phillips, where his practice is devoted to advising and representing employers regarding labor and employment law matters. He represents employers in a variety of forums, including state and federal courts and before administrative agencies. Todd accrued many years of practical experience prior to his legal career working in manufacturing with responsibilities for Human Resources and Safety. He has a particular emphasis on OSHA issues including contesting and litigating OSHA citations, representing employers during OSHA inspections/investigations, OSHA compliance audits and defending whistleblower/retaliation claims, as well as discrimination, FMLA, wage and hour and covenants not to compete.

All webinars are FREE to TRSA members. Non-members can register for a fee of $99.

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