Workplace Violence

Navigating Workplace Violence: Prevention, Policy, and Response

Date: 9 September 2024
Time: 9.00 AM - 3.00 PM (KSA Time)

Following Scheduled  Session

Date: 25 November 2024
Time: 9.00 AM - 3.00 PM (KSA Time)
Enrol: 10 Sept - 20 Nov 2024


Live Online 
Instructor Led

Delivery Language


Session Duration

6 hours
9.00 - 11.00 Session 1
11.00-11.15 Break
11.15-13.00 Session 2
13.00-13.15 Break
13.15 - 15.00 Session 3


Certificate of Participation

Workplace Violence

Workplace violence is a serious challenge for businesses of all sizes. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, two million American workers report being victims of workplace violence each year. The consequences of workplace violence can be devastating, both for the victims and for the company as a whole. Victims may suffer physical injuries, emotional trauma, and lost productivity, while businesses may face increased liability costs, employee absenteeism, and disruptions to operations. 

This session delves into the multifaceted aspects of workplace violence, from recognizing early warning signs to developing robust policies. Attendees will learn not just to react but to create a safer workplace proactively. Discover the importance of addressing this pressing issue and arm yourself with the knowledge to protect your team and organization.

What Do Participants Learn in This Online
Workplace Violence Workshop?

As a result of participating in this online workplace violence course, participants will be able to: 

  • Define workplace violence
  • Understand bullies and how to avoid hiring them
  • Create a risk assessment and understand how to handle violence
  • Recognise social and business responsibility
  • Develop relevant policies and procedures
  • Learn to investigate complaints  

Workplace Violence Workshop Content

  • What is Workplace Harassment (how to identify, costs to your business, legal, psychological);
  • Identifying the Bully (abusive workplace behaviors, bullying and personality disorders, narcisism);
  • How to Handle Workplace Violence (types of behavior, target the behavior, implement an action plan)
  • Risk Assessment (defusing & de-escalating strategies, communication skills, tactical options, identifying the hazard, assessing the risk, controlling the risk, evaluating and review);
  • Being the Victim (what is not bullying, steps to take);
  • Checklist for Employers (4 step process, addressing all employees, code of ethics, policy and procedures);
  • Interview Process (identify a bully in the interview process, warning signs);
  • Investigation Process (advising your supervisor, lodging the complaint, initial response, the investigation, the findings, review and closure);
  • Developing a Workplace Harassment Policy (scope and philosophy, principles, intent, options, informal complaint process, formal investigation process);

Who is the workshop for? 

HR Professionals seeking effective strategies.

Team Leaders and Managers aiming to foster a safe work environment.

Risk Assessment Officers focusing on workplace safety.

All employees committed to understanding and preventing workplace violence.

Work-related challenges addressed

Dealing with the physical and emotional impact of workplace violence on employees.

Managing the legal and financial consequences of violent incidents in the workplace.

Implementing effective prevention strategies to minimize the risk of workplace violence.

Navigating the complexities of identifying and addressing bullying and aggressive behaviors.

Creating a supportive environment where employees feel safe to report incidents of violence.

Why is attending this session beneficial?

Enhanced understanding of workplace violence dynamics.

Skills in identifying potential harassment and bullying behaviors.

Strategies to create a safer and more inclusive work environment.

Improved knowledge in conducting thorough investigations and complaints handling.

Ability to develop and implement effective workplace policies.

What skills will participants gain?

Proficiency in defining and identifying workplace violence and harassment.

Expertise in bully identification during the hiring process.

Competence in conducting risk assessments and violence handling.

Skills in developing and applying relevant policies and procedures.

Capability to conduct thorough investigations into complaints and grievances.

How do the Live Workshops Work? 



Enrol by purchasing your seat. Upon payment you will be directed to your dedicated profile page, where. you have access to all your previous courses attended on our platform. Could you please fill in the pre-workshop questionnaire, so we know who you are and make the session more meaningful. 

On the Workshop Day

On the day of the workshop, log into your LERNIQ account. The Zoom Waiting Room will be open 15 minutrs before the start of the session. You can adjust your settings to ensure everything works well during the session. 

Get Your Certificate

After the session, you will be able to access your certificate right away. You can also share it on social media. Tag us too if you want.
Also, would you please give us some feedback? It is not mandatory, but we'd like to know how we did. 

Other Formats Available

Self-Paced e-learning

This training is also available as a self-paced e-learning course, offering an interactive and engaging learning experience from the comfort of your own home or office.


We also offer this training in a face-to-face format as an open program, ideal for professional individuals seeking a more traditional and interactive learning experience.

In-Company On Demand

We can bring this enlightening workshop directly to your company, tailoring it to meet your specific needs. If you're interested in this bespoke learning experience, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us.

Book your seat now!