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"workplace violence" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

"And this is a low number even though it sounds significant records about two million annual reported incidence through reporting channels of workplace violence related non Fatal type of incidents like harassment brooklyn abuse name calling assaults and things of that nature and even by even fights that don't rise to serious injury so it's a lot more than just waiting for that guy to come in the back door Or that robber who comes in the front door to commit a serious violent crime against you interesting interesting. What would you consider to be sort of red flag issues that could escalate at that manager. Management should be aware of and kind of keep on their radar. Keep a lookout for so. I will answer that question in this. Fashion handled by saying the response is applicable to every realm. Every type of business. Confrontational argumentative employees Disagreeable employee fails to follow instructions. suddenly begins looking. Disheveled and appearance comes to work online Late often takes a lotta time away. This quiet is predisposed in his her thoughts. A way of a non employee. Suspicious people suspicious activity Gut reaction response to an individual. That comes into your workplace. That's just a certain. Look without asking you to consider profiling as a consideration if you get a gut feeling about a situation whether you're in a workplace setting or a public setting go with that gut feeling in terms of a warning sign or a red flag concerned and associated to your observations and the person's demeanor if that helps well it begs the next question all right. So let's say. I get this gut feeling what should i do. Next if it's in a personal situation and you're in somebody else's workplace remove yourself from that That opportunity To be exposed to the address moments in a workplace environment..

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

"Nobody expects workplace violence to happen. Were they work. But when that extraordinary haarer happens to ordinary people like you and me it rattles your sense of safety at it makes you wonder if anything could have done to prevent the unthinkable from happening where you work. And that's why. I'm excited to welcome my next guest a workplace violence prevention expert. Who says most businesses are thinking about this explosive problem. All wrong this is business confidential now with anna hassle shelter helping you see businesses use hiding in plain view that matters to your bottom line. Welcome.

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Go to dell dot com slash Black Friday. Used the phone. Use it to call me. Don't wanna get Grady. We had a really good segment. When have we ever racked back to back to back calls? Not very often. But then again was the last time we had somebody called to say that were it was a fat slob. That and then chased out with a smack off winner and then chase that with a Soon to be smack all participant who is one of the most unique callers we've ever had. So that's how you end up with back to back to back cause He ripped man. You gotta stop moping around back there acting like you're all bent. Hawk. Someone is taking all the heat. You were getting 96% of the vote. One guy called you a fat slob. But now you're bent out of sorts. Come on, man. Come on, man. Hawks man, get his ass kicked by the clones for four years since the day he walked in here. You on the other hand written you at least get like 50 50 love. They beat on you for a lot of things. But, man, you gotta admit you've got a lot of Ah lot of love in a lot of reaction when you play the horse and posted yourself on Twitter course you gave it all back when I gave you your own segment. But then when James Kelly sets up a hypothetical workplace fight workplace violence The entire Internet supports you. And one guy comes on and cause you a fat slob, which, frankly, is not that far from the truth. Then you get all bent. Come on, man. You better in that. Did you act like you're not going to stuff that Turkey with Skittles? Game on.

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

"Because we've got we'll have the show notes up and you can connect with felix that people don't understand Felix is that too often in. Correct me if i'm wrong but workplace. Violence is typically a reactive Situation employers React to the workplace violence rather than being proactive to plan for it. Does that make sense. take a whole lot of sense I can't say it any better than what you just said that it's a collaborative effort to collaborate. You know the emotional response is really a reaction to the mistreatment and the perception of being mistreated the the attack by an employee of an employee. Doing her job. He's a lack of understanding of what the risk were all management's responsibility for teaching. Yeah yeah eighteen preparing investing being elected as you say exactly well you know. I'm a behavior guy right. Because i teach i train. I mentor and in the behavior side now for thirty one years and working with all levels of corporations and the behavior side. You know someone you know you take your thinking but how you react is behaviorally so with when you're working with a workforce violence you know you might have got a high dominant. You're going to have a very dominating type of situation And so tell tell us of time left. We've got a wrap up but give us one Story of a project that you worked on that really turned out. Great anything pop into your head. Real quick quickly absolutely quickly. It's all about managing your behavioral. Because it's not going. Your emotions of become had overpower your logical thinking. Yes they clients in new city. How many years now. Fifteen year existence client had a problem with an emotionally charged employee. Who was a superstar employees until my friend to come in or the former. Ceo took over the company with a new vision about payable accounts payable. This kid had been doing a great job until the ceo bypasses.

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

"No no no is just is what we look at is the fabric of our characters been developed right because people listen to sound behavior one because you never know who we're going to have our next guest but to are they going to have one or two things within their dialogue that i can relate to and what's the takeaway value and and are already felix. You've touched me so you're in. You're in the boarding home. You is that we need after that. Is that when you win. In the military no-no the boarding home was a school that was about the courts in new york city. My recollection designed to help individuals life. My brother i who were victims of family separation and father was not allowed to raise us. It was an option you know. Give him as a water to state or less this say lagging voice home upstate. New york raised children. And you can come visit. And he agreed to that So like i said. Because i didn't have a really good grasp of the english language. I remember that because of the impact it had on me when these two ladies in white gown and a black you know. Headpiece came down the aisle and took us by the hand and and My life transformed her held back in third grade. Because the principal had dialogue with my half It was seeking dad. Who agree that he wanted me to be a green go in a meeting. Four american if if hold me back would add to the value of my education. He agreed to be doing repeating in the third race. It is different amazing. How did that make you feel socially with the other kids. I was saying i was. Can i just say this for a moment without being can take please. I was a star. Is everything i did at that school because of the spirit of the school and the collaboration of kids you know what i track with it. Was you know playing ball ice skating. You know just interacting evening when my free tier in north carolina north carolina. Look at they can be a part of the church. There was a matter of verification of my of my sacraments and he sat across the in front of my wife and i it said felix. You know that there's a nun who remembers you and said you were starts to. You gotta be kidding..

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby

"My special guest is a dear friend of mine felix neater and by now felix. The population's probably asking that gushes guy has a lot of friends because it seems like every guest that comes on is brand of don's but i've known felix for a few years felix. How long has it been. Yeah i would say it's one of seven or eight years if not longer to be honest with you that's awesome and for my listening audience felix. You're a family man. Your army reserve hummy years. Did you have in the army reserve. Spent twenty six years after active service. Thank you for serving six. That's amazing and then you're postal inspector for for a bunch of years. Yeah coin fix years. So tired from the army reserves a year before Postal inspectors that's fabulous. And you know. He likes with the new format of sound behavior talking about how celebrities are born. The concept here is really identifying the champion inside of the celebrity. Now i know that you're not a celebrity per se. You're not you know an actor stuntman. A musician but in your own right with native and associates and and being that you work with companies to help them to present workforce violent and probably facilitate through any type of workplace violence. Still in in my opinion. Young man you're you're still a celebrity. Thank you you one. And that's important because every day we have to wake up to put a smile on. Someone's face 'cause we don't know what that next person might be going through so introduce felix to me a little bit when when you were a young guy going through school what was going through your head. What was your passion your desires. Your goals. Objectives is anything particular. Come to mind without giving me a forty five minute summary. i c- i came to the united states from puerto rico. Not speaking woods. So i didn't know that. Yeah the yes yes so. The formidable years was spent the in the boys boarding home. Upstate new york. So that's why. I really learned the important synergy and people. Because in that that bursts mixed immunity it was wholesome it was nurturing it was uplifting discovered that that was a very very good foundation from which from with to propel my life and around that people had been my focus with. I would've. I knew it or not. Because i got along well. In no matter what position capacity. I was put into fascinating. Yeah the formative years of so critical. Aren't they People i remember going through a dale carnegie course years ago nineteen eighty three eighteen nineteen ninety four and one of the requirements was to tell the story that impacts your life and i told about that period of time at the boarding home that people in told me that they would tear listening to the story and i said so it was designed to be uplifting looking today i don't manifestation of a sort of negativity rate their rate their felix identifies the champion side. The celebrity of of felix auger pool..

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Technology Helps Train Police Officers

WSJ The Future of Everything

07:52 min | 1 year ago

Technology Helps Train Police Officers

"Around the country for the past few weeks, protests have erupted over the killing of George Floyd. The arrests kindle renewed outrage over the deaths of black Americans like Brianna Taylor Eric Garner Michael Brown among many others and the mistreatment of people of Color by police. The protests have also sparked and national reckoning for many police departments. They've been trying to reduce the use of lethal force and improve accountability among other things through training. From The Wall Street Journal this is the future of everything I'm Janet Baben. Today on the show we'll consider the future of police training with virtual reality technology. What's most powerful about the are? You're able to create worlds and circumstances and experiences that you wouldn't be able to create in the real world that can help you shift your perspective, which is really different than a training. We'll speak with researchers about how the brain perceives are and whether it can address bias. Notwithstanding or conscious beliefs or conscious convictions, and we'll talk about why a future developments in Vr police training may fall short. Tell me why you shot. Shot because he was within that zone, you know I felt there was leased departments have long used actors playing and instructional videos to train officers to deal with real life scenarios, but this can be. Pricey and not very realistic. People who make and sell virtual reality say the technology can improve training. If you play video games. You're probably familiar with VR. It's been around for a while, but we asked Wall Street Journal attack video game reporter Sara Needham, in to explain virtual reality is all encompassing. It's a matter of hardware so when you put on APR headset. Everything you see up down left right turnaround. Everything is in there virtual world one hundred percent. You cannot see anything else, so you feel very immersed the main difference between VR other video simulations you can actually interact with this computer generated three D world. It's so. That Sarah says you can get sucked in and lose yourself. I experienced this myself. playing a racing game where I was sitting down very low, and we felt like a cockpit of a vehicle, and as we went around the turns, I literally felt like we were going to crash into the wall, because I wasn't driving very well, and it scared me. For Police. It's not about the thrill or fear of race track. It's about learning how to lean into the fear and still be able to deal with it calmly. If you feel like you've done something before been in a situation before. You're better at knowing how to react. You can practice your actions in these potentially life, threatening situations and hopefully resolve altercations peacefully. We'll talk more about this in just a bit. It's one of the reasons that some of the biggest law enforcement groups in the country like the Los Angeles. Police Department are turning to Vr. The LAPD has a history connected to police, misconduct and misuse force. In Nineteen ninety-one. Were caught on tape brutally beating motorist Rodney. King a black, man. The officers acquitted of criminal charges sparking riots in Los Angeles. In the early two thousands. The department was put under Federal Investigation for. Engaging in a pattern or practice of excessive force, false arrests and unreasonable searches and seizures, the government came in with what's known as a consent decree to change the culture in the LAPD. Dr. Lou Pinella joined the department in the middle of all that in two thousand five. The Rodney King incident put a laser focus on LAPD, tactics and training as well. I believe that we have continued to expand on that every year, both by how we work with our community and the training that we offer. She's the director of Police Training and education at the LAPD and she revamped its training. Process Department currently trains officers with something called a forced option simulator. It's often referred to as first generation. VR says it trains police in real life scenarios you walk into a room and one walls, completely blank and on their, we will project a scenario that an officer has to handle. Handle, it could be anything from a person in a park to a bank robbery to an office scenario, workplace violence scenario, something like that and officers will get a call, and they'll come into the room and and try to respond to what is in front of them. In the meantime, there's a instructor at the back of the room who be on a computer. Computer and as the scenario unfolding, they are able to branch in different directions, where either the officers are calming, the situation down, or it becomes more difficult to handle

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Employee and suspect dead after workplace shooting, police say

Mark Levin

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Employee and suspect dead after workplace shooting, police say

"And bow Winston Salem police chief Katrina Thompson says a deadly shooting at a city building was an act of workplace violence saying the gunman was a city employee who shot and killed another whom he had targeted but another city employee and a police officer were wounded the gunman was killed during a fight with

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At $1.1 billion, this is now the largest cocaine haul in the history of U.S.

Paul W. Smith

06:38 min | 2 years ago

At $1.1 billion, this is now the largest cocaine haul in the history of U.S.

"But this morning I want to tell you about a bus that took place in Philly we're talking about seventeen and a half tons of cocaine not kilo seventeen and a half tons of cocaine with one point one billion dollars one point one billion dollars worth of cocaine in a bust a single Boston Philadelphia it happened on a cargo ship this is a massive stunning amount of cocaine US attorney William explain said the mass of cocaine always hidden shipping containers and stashed among wine vegetable extract and dried nuts that was headed from the United Arab Emirates now joining me on the line to talk about this unbelievable Boston this whole industry of bringing drugs into the United States are moving it from country to country is Ned Timmons he is a former FBI agent and a former CIA agent he runs LSS consulting which is which does response to threats of workplace violence events security and executive protection net thanks for joining us this morning you're welcome good morning Carol yes I was on my my little drug bust where thirteen kilos were were or for how you you were actually on drug investigations where you were blown up in the lobby of a hotel right yes so are our yard experience three bombs in not Columbia and the worst was that Kardashian Hilton when they block seven stories about cal unbelievable unbelievable so you've been looking at this this Boston Philadelphia seventeen and a half tons of one point one billion dollars that has to be pretty close to a record can you imagine any drug dealer moving that much weight in a single shipment very unusual cabin because they usually like to split up their loads to reduce the loss of tickets yet and in the past they were skeptical to move you know more than one or two thousand kilos of that time this is highly unusual exchange that anybody in charge of that much amount of cocaine would move it altogether and I I know that from covering nine eleven and all of the concerns about terrorists and what not there was a lot of concern about cargo ships I I just remember watching the video of these massive ships coming in and all of these huge containers and the homeland security said you know we can not even we're not looking in ten percent of these containers for not looking in to percent of these containers this is one of the biggest problems that exist for terrorism obviously it's would place that drug dealers are once again looking to to move drugs well I think that his boss there indicates that they've done this before for the drug dealers to be that comfortable to move that mass of of cocaine in one shipment it's pretty bald and I think they built up and built up it was successful importations Amy had come cornice large because they had been using planes right I mean you you bring in planes they weren't really using Kerr is much were they one early days whose invade your man Julio Nasser on the north coast of Colombia is deceased now but he was the shipping magnet our for our all drugs coming off the north coast and he was a shipper by like cargo ship and then things changed with the airplane cowboys and they want to fast importations aircraft twin engine turboprop aircraft and many US became very adept at intercepting means between satellites and lamps and a wax aircraft and they started to go back to shipping well it would seem to be slower but safer and they get moved more amounts in this case they say I at least two people have confessed to helping smuggle the drugs aboard the ship they said the cocaine came from fourteen boats that separately came up to the ship as it traveled through the oceans and loaded cocaine on to this boat in the middle of the ocean and then they open up some of these containers and took out the contents and then filled the the containers with cocaine and then resealed them and as it made its way through Peru Panama and eventually to Philadelphia when Philadelphia they jumped on these boats and the agents they took a look at these containers and and it didn't something just didn't look right what what's that like you you've been in the business when you when you sense something is wrong in your look in and then you have your find a jackpot well as you said it's it's exhilarating and it's the hunt and success and late these drug dealers are getting smarter each time they get busted they learn how they got busted in right now they're aware that yes the ships in the shipping lines are being monitored by satellites and AWACS and whatever aircraft is available but top they know that if that ship stops on the shipping lanes it becomes this suspect so what they do is just slow down a little bit and then smaller fast boats all up to him and offload their cargo they were still doing this in the ninety seven and Columbia they rounded a wax and satellites and turn to avoid them by not stopping that player out there to load when you lose out one point one billion dollars in your drug dealer odds that pretty much but yeah business weekend you can look at both weekends by using somebody's going to die and they don't don't accept losing some some is gonna be held responsible for this and somebody probably has already met their demise and hopefully I agents will lie no to keep a close eye on the ships in the cargo containers and all of the other ways people are trying to get drugs in and out of the country thanks for joining us so much in attendance a former FBI and CIA agent and president of LSS consulting

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Though after the seventy five interchange in eastern Hillsborough going to see heavy traffic all the way up to McIntosh wrote, a crash has moved off to the left shoulder. Westbound I four a few onlooker delays there as well. Steve foster, NewsRadio WFL. Temperatures very slow to cool to the evening with a south wind which will pick up the overnight period. We'll call it. Partly cloudy and humid seventy-five heading into your Friday. We'll track as a cold front slides in. That'll bring a line of potentially strong to severe storms after one PM on Friday. High temperature eighty one cooler for your Saturday, low sixty one with a high of seventy three sunshine through Easter weekend. Selfless winds twenty to twenty five knots gusting to forty knots on the water with a small craft advisory. I'm news channel eight meteorologist, Ed bloods worth. For many struggling families in Tampa Bay the difference between helplessness and hope is the generosity of people like you when you donate to metropolitan ministries, you choose hope for those who need it. Most. Learn more at metro men dot org. IDC takes value jewel. Next week in April twenty six to twenty eight the biggest way brings the of the year old wedding bands on sale eternity bands, thousands of engagement ring mountings on sale get up to an extra twenty percents off. I already super low price plus twenty four months zero interest financing. It's so good top designers are flying in for this with their entire ring collections and tons of fashion jewelry to all on sale, it just cannot miss it. April twenty six twenty eight only at International Diamond Center in Tampa and Clearwater on approved credit. Got you down. His after noon disgruntled, if an fire on co today that threat of workplace violence is.

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Puerto Rico governor on Trump: 'If the bully gets close, I'll punch the bully in the mouth'

Brett Winterble

05:38 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rico governor on Trump: 'If the bully gets close, I'll punch the bully in the mouth'

"Breaking news tensions are escalating between President Donald Trump and the Puerto Rican governor over disaster relief efforts relief efforts that have been slow in coming for the still battered. I went after hurricane Maria in an exclusive interview with CNN Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello said he will not sit back and allow us officials to be bullied by the White House. If the bully gets closed, I'll punch the bully in the mouth, it would be a mistake to confuse courtesy with courage. Russillo. Top aides told CNN that during a tense encounter at the White House on Wednesday. They were warned by senior White House officials that representatives for the US territory were pushing too hard to arrange a meeting aimed at discussing the islands dire situation with the president despite their requests Trump has declined to schedule a meeting with Celo to discuss recovery efforts that have been going on for two years after the storm hit according to Puerto Rican officials White House trade advisor Peter Navarro along with other senior officials all but threatened the island's wraps during the meeting, quote, you guys have to blanking stop with the meeting. Request one official said according to the Puerto Rico Puerto Rican officials your governor is blanking things up Navarro added according to sources at the meeting a White House official denied that Puerto Rican officials were told to stop requesting a meeting with the president and a spokesman. Said the administration would continue working with russillo and his aides on recovery efforts. But he stopped short of saying definitively. The president would meet with the governor in the future. Russillo. Here's the thing. If you wanna talk about punching the president in the mouth or punching him in the face that's not a way to get a meeting. I don't know how you get meetings. But if I call somebody up in LA or New York or Texas or San Diego here, and I I'd love to get a get a couple of minutes with you can't get a couple minutes with you about this. That's to go different than. Hey, I want to see you. And I don't get to see you is going to be a problem. And oh, by the way, if I don't like to tone. You're taking with me when I see you. I'm going to punch in the mouth punching in the mouth that may maybe that flies. Maybe that flies down in San Juan. And that's how you get stuff done in your administration. But that's not how that's not how you get it done with the president. Can you imagine if a governor safe from Texas in the wake of the Fort Hood shooting that Barack Hussein Obama said was workplace violence? So let's let's imagine. It's governor Rick Perry. And Rick Perry says I am sick and tired of this of this response from the White House when I see Obama. I'm gonna punch him in the face. Oh my God. Are you kidding me? Valerie Jarrett would personally drive the Cadillac were. They would put Rick Perry into the trunk of the car and Hillary Clinton would dispatch him, Arkansas style, man. I mean, he would have no chance it would be over. It would be over. Are you kidding me? But this guy says I want meeting or else or else or else? What are you gonna do? What are you gonna do yourself? How come nobody's talking about impeaching russillo? He's had two years. White House recently helped set up important meetings between russillo and hod and FEMA we understand the governor's not visiting until later in April. We look forward to once again, helping set up productive conversations with administration leaders to discuss the island's recovery. The spokesman Judd dear said the battle this week between the White House and resellers office erupted after it was reported. Trump told Republican senators on Capitol Hill that he questioned the wisdom of directing more storm relief aid to Puerto Rico, despite the fact that billions of dollars in funds have already been authorized by congress in closed door meetings with Senate Republicans Trump went out of his way to point out the totals of disaster relief aid that has been distributed in the wake of storms and hurricanes in two thousand seventeen it is a pet issue for the president. He mentioned Puerto Rico's finances and total disaster relief in negative terms repeatedly in meetings with lawmakers and staff as they've worked through iterations of the next disaster relief Bill the point was are we spending the money wisely said Lindsey Graham, I have nothing against helping the people of Puerto Rico, but we have got to spend the money wisely. Trump senators said then utilized a chart that showed the difference between what Puerto Rico has received compared to other hurricane affected regions like Texas and Florida at one point Trump noted Puerto Rico has gotten more than ninety billion in aid. While congress appropriated twenty billion in disaster funds from the department of housing and urban development, only a small fraction of that a billion and a half is approved for actual spending. Legislation that would send more funds to the island is part of a larger disaster relief package have been tied up in the Senate. 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"workplace violence" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Better healthcare starts here. Doc most today we talked about what is considered to be. It's interesting to me because we never really think about it as a medical epidemic because it plays in so many different areas. But we're talking about workplace violence. This is something of course, that we just saw play out in Aurora rural last week. But this is something that that the medical community is very aware of and very concerned about. Absolutely. We see the whole spectrum of this all the way from what can we do to prevent it in? What can we do to treat? Individuals who are injured at the workplace. And then what can we do to treat? What we call the second victim. So the OSHA reportable injury. So other words injuries that you receive at work are very wide, and very I mean, we have them all the time. But unfortunately, now, we're seeing these outbursts of violence, which is showing us what's going on in the workplace can be deadly. It's so interesting because I would I just and I'm I'm pretty aware. And I read read up on a bunch of stuff, but I would never put workplace violence up in the top five, occupational hazards. Just something that I think is always on the outside. It's it's on the outskirts of of of what other things that might be hurting people in the workplace. That's the sad part about it. I think if you look in two thousand seventeen over five thousand people died in the workplace a lot of those two auto. Accidents construction injuries. Falls? But, you know, unfortunately, once you get past some of those bigger ones, you're getting to this place of workplace violence, where it's really being it's very difficult, and it it's hard because it's a place that you should feel safe, and we should make sure that you are in a safe environment. When you go to work now, it's it's the fourth leading cause of occupational injuries in the US. But it's the number one cause for the death of women in the workplace. Yep. Which kind of really unfortunate. Yeah. That's the one that kind of scares you and hits home. We tried to like I said keep people safe. But when you look at the number one cause of women in the workplace, it's not because of highway accidents. It's not because of fall because of being struck by an object. It's because of violence, and we saw that in, you know, mercy hospital we've seen that in many different places. Unfortunately, doc, is there any statistics on it. If the workplace violence is always an employee or former employee or like when you said if mercy hospital that was a. Ex-fiances attrition. Yeah. Yeah. That's the other thing Mary's this is just like the chip. Tip of the iceberg because we talked about workplace violence. We're talking about individuals who are injured at the workplace where they were working. Unfortunately, a lot of other individuals have been injured as well customers vendors people who are just happened to be passing by when these workplace violence offense occur. So although we know the numbers for those who are injured at work. It's actually just the tip of the iceberg because there's more secondary injuries from other people who were there either caught in crossfire were there independently for as a customer, or we're in the workplace for some other reason, doctor I was thinking about this. You know, when you think about if it's a measles outbreak. There'll be a lot of conversation about vaccines. If it's if it's any other sort of virus or might be talking about prevention wash your hands things of that nature when it comes to workplace violence. What are the suggestions from the medical community when it comes to prevention? Yeah. We look at the whole spectrum of that is well, I'll take a give you an example here in the healthcare field where we took at workplace injuries. What are we concerned about what concern about back injuries and needle sticks? Those are the common things that we are going to see here. But we we also trying to do now is teaching -ployees about those extremes. You know, we talked to them about, you know, active shooter, we do active shooter training here in the hospital for all our employees. So that they know what to do. That's the portion of it is know what to do. And then the other portion of it that we need to really get across to people is how do I how do we identify somebody before they get to a point of being violent in the workplace? And how do you know, what if you remember how we've talked about people with depression, and people that are suicidal a lot of those things are what the things that. We're going to look for, you know, the person who comes into work as usually in a very happy mood, and all of a sudden seems to be withdrawn and seems to be a little angry those. The ones that you're concerned about saying wait a second. What's changed here with them? And then there's that starts something. You know, you start to see maybe an emotional injury. That occurred might have been something that happened at home that is aggravated him. And now he's bringing that to the workplace. Those are the ones that are very concerning because we don't know what's going on at home. But from the medical profession, this is where we need people in the workplace to start to identify some of those things passive aggressive actions. You know, something as simple as complaining to a co worker and then waiting for that co worker to either agree. Yeah. You know, administrations. Terrible or yes, they should have changed that a long time ago often that is. Kerosene on the fire in the hope that it goes out. But I take people are often very uncomfortable. Standing up to someone who says something controversial. It's easier to agree with them. So where does this conversation go, and when we're talking about some of the solutions is that have to be administered or led by the government OSHA, and those those kinds of components or is it led by the medical community. I think it's led by the. I personally think it's led by the companies themselves with the help of the medical community. You can only put metal detectors in so many different places. But look at what we've done now for safety going into sporting events and going into places where we're checking everybody because of this, which is unfortunate. But it's for the safety of you and safety of everyone else. So workplaces need to be aware of that as well. But the health field cannot go into every workplace and say this is what we should do. So it's our point are the medical side should be going to companies and say, this is what we need to teach people to look out for. And when they do that tell the people in HR people in HR can reach out to those individuals and bring it professionals to help them all. Most words, and and all of the prep that we have for the segments posted online at WGN radio dot com. Be up today. Doc most joins us every Monday to talk about these issues. Thanks, doc. It you gotta take care of you guys. You know, we had when we moved into this building. We had a the fire safety active shooter seminar that we had to sit there. And it's almost like we got too much information. You know, what floor or not to go to if there's a fire, and then also how to act with an active shooter and identifying like if you see on social media, a co worker saying something violent and things like that alerting. The weekend uncomfortable. Yeah. And I I wonder too. I would I guess I'd asked everybody on the staff just how much do you? Remember how much did you recall retain from that one one meeting? We had three hour or two are meeting. Yeah. It was overwhelming. I remember that you could use your socking keys as a weapon or a cantopop in your sock. You know, like if you need a with the sac around. I remember you can use the fire extinguisher to hit somebody in the head. If you need to a good one. Yeah. I thought of that. But I I yeah. I was realized that I'm not safe in my little studio. There's nowhere to go. And we get to that point. And that's all that we retain is socks in fire extinguishers it. Borderlines into from your serious conversation to SNL sketch. Right. And this thing in your hand, you can use it. You can use this phone uses phoned of Basham one. And and you're like, okay. What are we doing like Dan ackroyd bit from because what you're up against re reality will be but firearm that is firing repeatedly versus. Yeah. And my stapler is not gonna work out diagnose brings up a good. I think the conversation has to begin that it's more of an epidemic medical epidemic than then. Just someone who is unhinged to who you work with. So we'll obviously continue that with doc most and every Monday, you check them out and those notes will be posted soon. All right, Steve we got coming up at seven o'clock, high Windsor subsiding, Justin. But it's left damage across the area. We'll hear about some of it coming up at seven o'clock from the WGN newsroom. Still problems in Kenosha county. Westbound.

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"workplace violence" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on KGO 810

"Workplace violence wall lawsuit. I'm Barton Eckerd the gunman of the Illinois manufacturing business. We're five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by the company when the shooting broke out Aurora chief of police Christian Zimmerman thus far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families are unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time, the shooter forty-five-year-old Gary Martin used the Smith and Wesson handgun, according to the chief. He was killed after police found him attempting to hide and he fired an officers. The chaos at the workplace lasted ninety minutes in making his national emergency declaration in an effort to get the border wall funding he wants. President Trump admitted and need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. The first lawsuit seeking the block Trump's declaration filed by Public Citizen, which claims the prisoner exceeded his constitutional authority House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on Trump's emergency declaration is one of the largest challenges to the constitutional order in American history. He gets away with this presidents become much more powerful. This. This is the separation of power to a large extent and riddles the constitution and other top aide. You'll the president has been interviewed by the special counsels Russia probe investigators Sarah Sanders. The president's press secretary rather confirming that she voluntarily sat down and talk with them. Wall Street positive day three weeks in a row for gains on Wall Street..

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"workplace violence" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Workplace violence wall lawsuit. I'm Barton Eckerd the gunman of the manufacturing business. We're five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by the company when the shooting broke out Aurora chief of police Christian Zimmerman does far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families and are unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time, the shooter forty-five-year-old Gary Morton, used the Smith and Wesson handgun, according to the chief. He was killed after police phantom attempting to hide and he fired an officers. The cast is the workplace less than ninety minutes in making his national emergency declaration in an effort to get the border wall funding, he wants President Trump admitted in need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. The first lawsuit seeking the block Trump's declaration filed by Public Citizen, which claims the prisoner exceeded his constitutional authority House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on Trump's emergency declaration is one of the largest challenges to the constitutional order in American history. He gets away with this presents become much more powerful. This destroys the separation of power to a large extent and riddles the constitution and other top age, the president has been interviewed by the special counsels Russia probe investigators Sarah Sanders. The president's press secretary rather confirming that she voluntarily sat down and talk with them. Wall Street positive day three weeks in a row for gains on Wall Street..

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Workplace violence wall lawsuit. I'm Barton record. The gunman in the manufacturing business were five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by the company when the shooting broke out Aurora chief of police Christian Zimmerman does the investigation we have confirmed that five employees or located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time shooter forty-five-year-old Gary Martin used the Smith and Wesson handgun, according to the chief. He was killed if police found him attempting to hide and he fired an officers the cast is the workplace less than ninety minutes in making his national emergency declaration effort to get the border wall funding, he wants President Trump admitted need to do. Do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. The first lawsuit seeking the block Trump's declaration hazard filed by Public Citizen, which claims the prisoner exceeded his constitutional authority House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on Trump's emergency declaration is one of the largest challenges to the constitutional order in American history. He gets away with this presidents become much more powerful. This this stroz separation of power to large extent and riddles the constitution and other top aide. You the president has been interviewed by the special counsels Russia probe investigators that Sarah Sanders. The president's press secretary rather confirming if she voluntarily sat down and talk with them. Wall Street positive day three weeks in a row for gains on Wall Street..

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"workplace violence" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on KGO 810

"Workplace violence wall lawsuit. I'm Barton of the gunman Illinois manufacturing business or five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by that company Aurora chief of police Kristen Zemun thus far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families and are unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time, you've said the shooter forty-five-year-old, Gary Newsday, Smith and Wesson handgun. He was killed by police who found him attempting to hide and he fired it officers. The Cavs at the workplace lasted ninety minutes in making his national emergency declaration in an effort to get the border wall funding he wants. President Trump admitted they need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. First lawsuit seeking to block Crump's declaration has been filed by Public Citizen, which claims the president exceeded this congressional authority House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on Trump's emergency. Legislation is one of the largest challenges to the constitutional order in American history. He gets away with this president's become much more powerful. This destroys the separation of power to a large extent and riddles the constitution. And other top aide to President Trump has been interviewed by the special counsel is Russia probe investigators Sarah Sanders confirmed Sheva Terry fairly sat down with them. On Wall Street third week in row with gains. The Dow up on Friday by four hundred forty three points, the SMP up Twenty-nine, NASDAQ.

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"workplace violence" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Workplace violence wall lawsuit on neck of the gunman of the manufacturing business. We're five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by that company Aurora chief of police Kristen Zemun dust far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families and are unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time. Chiefs showed the shooter forty-five-year-old Gary Morton, Newsday Smith and Wesson handgun. He was killed by police found him attempting to hide and he fired it officers. The Cavs at the workplace lasted ninety minutes and making his national emergency declaration in an effort to get the border wall funding he wants. President Trump admitted didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. First lawsuit seeking to block crumbs declaration has been filed by Public Citizen, which claims the president exceeded this congressional authority House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on Trump's emergency legislation. This is one of the largest challenges to the constitutional order in American history. He gets away with this presidents become much more powerful. This destroys the separation of power to a large extent and riddles the constitution. And other top aide to President Trump has been interviewed by the special counsel is Russia probe investigators Sarah Sanders, confirmed she voluntary generally sat down with them. On Wall Street third weekend row with gains. The Dow up on Friday by four hundred forty three points, the SMP up Twenty-nine, NASDAQ up forty five I'm..

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"workplace violence" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Workplace violence wall lawsuit. I'm Barton neck of the gunman Illinois manufacturing business. We're five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by that company Aurora chief of police Kristen Zemun dust far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families are unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time chief said the shooter forty-five-year-old, Gary Morton, Newsday Smith and Wesson handgun. He was killed by police who found him attempting to hide any fired it officers. The chaos at the workplace lasted ninety minutes in making his nationally more urgency declaration in an effort to get the border wall funding, he wants President Trump admitted didn't need to do. This. But I'd rather do it much faster. First lawsuit seeking to block crumbs declaration has been filed by Public Citizen, which claims the president exceeded his congressional authority House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on Trump's emergency legislation is one of the largest challenges to the constitutional order in American history. He gets away with this. Presidents become much more powerful. This stroz. The separation of powers, large, extent and riddles the constitution. And other top aide to President Trump has been interviewed by the special counsel is Russia probe. Investigators Sarah Sanders, confirm Sheva Metairie, nearly sat down with them. On Wall Street third week in row with gains. The Dow up on Friday by four hundred forty three points, the SMP up Twenty-nine, NASDAQ.

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"workplace violence" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Workplace violence wall lawsuit. I'm Barton neck of the gunman of the manufacturing business. We're five employees were killed and five police officers were wounded was being let go by that company Aurora chief of police Kristen Zemun does far in the investigation. We have confirmed that five employees were located deceased inside the building. We have also confirmed that one employee is being treated at an area hospital for non life threatening gunshot wounds. We are in the process of making notification to the victims families and are unable to release any of their names or identifying information at this time chief said the shooter forty-five-year-old, Gary Morton, Newsday Smith and Wesson handgun. He was killed by police who found him attempting to hide and he fired it officers. The chaos at the workplace lasted ninety minutes in making his national emergency declaration in an effort to get the border wall funding, he wants President Trump admitted in need to do. This. But I'd rather do it much faster. First lawsuit seeking to block Crump's declaration has been filed by Public Citizen, which claims the president exceeded this congressional authority House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is calling for a hearing in the coming days on Trump's emergency legislation is one of the largest challenges to the constitutional order in American history. He gets away with this. Presidents become much more powerful. This destroys the separation of power to a large extent and riddles the constitution. And other top aide to President Trump has been interviewed by the special counsels Russia probe investigators Sarah Sanders, confirm Sheva fairly sat down with them. On Wall Street third week in row with gains. The Dow up on Friday by four hundred forty three points, the SMP up Twenty-nine, NASDAQ, a forty.

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"workplace violence" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"workplace violence" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Update. Workplace violence a border battle. I'm Barbara Kusak. New information tonight in the workplace shooting at the Henry Pratt company in Aurora Illinois earlier today police chief Kristen Zemun says the gunman who killed five fellow workers was fired before the shooting the nail fired upon the officers as they arrived striking two of the four first responders officers fatally shot the gunman was identified as forty five year old Gary Martin, Illinois, Governor JV Pritzker said there are no words for the kind of evil that robs our neighbors of their hopes their dreams and their futures democratic leaders in congress are attempting to block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall. More on that from correspondent, Linda Kenyon house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer released a statement that reads the president's actions clearly violate Congress's exclusive power of the purse, which our founders enshrined in the constitution. The statement also promises the leaders will take action to block. Trump's declaration of emergency saying the congress will defend our constitutional authorities in the congress in the courts and in the public using every remedy available. The first lawsuit has been filed by the liberal advocacy group Public Citizen. California's governor says the state may take similar action special counsel, Robert Muller is seeking tough sentencing for former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, correspondent Evan Perez has Manafort could spend up to twenty four years in prison, what the special counsels prosecutors are asking the judge to do is to give him essentially the rest of his life in prison for being found guilty by the jury in Alexandria Virginia last year on Bank fraud on financial crimes Chicago police now say they've released to Nigerian brothers who had been arrested on suspicion of assaulting empire. Actor jussie smollet saying detectives have additional investigative.

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Jan Nelson -- From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now

Courageously Go

12:54 min | 3 years ago

Jan Nelson -- From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now

"Welcome to create Asli go where we will venture to places. We've been afraid to go women of the world. We are going to start a movement, a movement towards courage. Hello, everybody. I am. Debbie peach. Oh, your host of Craigslist go. And for many years, I was challenged with social anxiety and being shy and not keeping myself on the sidelines a lot. And so since my fiftieth birthday, I have decided that it all starts with courage and the more we choose courage and follow our hearts by choosing courage, the life of our dreams and a better world for all are truly possible. No matter our age or circumstances. We never need to feel stuck or alone. I'm really excited that all of your out there. I have a very accomplished guests that I'm excited about. Introducing you all to her name is Janet Nelson combining over forty years training. And teaching in the martial arts with her experience in the master social work program at Florida State University. Janet Nelson has developed a unique approach to personal safety awareness that stresses mind, body training, and psychosocial issues. A fourth degree black belt in kung new martial arts sense. They Nelson is an experienced instructor of women men youth, the aged, and the physically challenged. Janet began her martial arts training and Gainesville, Florida in nineteen seventy four training directly under founder Deng no, for over ten years originally from oak park, Illinois. Janet is a nineteen seventy seven graduate of the university of Florida. After beginning her social work career in nineteen seventy eight. She attained her MSW from Florida State University in nineteen Ninety-four credential in the academy of certified social workers by the national association of social workers and as a licensed clinical social worker in the. State of Florida. Her direct practice specialty is mental health services with adolescents, young adults and women as a social worker and psychotherapist. She spent twenty years with at risk, teen girls and young women, seven years at Tallahassee, community college mental health services and five years in private practice tweeting adolescents and adults of all ages. Additionally, Janet is a certified tension and trauma releasing exercises instructor a globally, taught self care body therapy that promotes our bodies ability to open up healing, open up the healing process and Ebeling us to release tension stress and held trauma since nineteen eighty. She has conducted self defense for women seminars and short courses in general, personal safety awareness training too many throughout the state of Florida as well. As national combining her to interest in the early nineties. She created every day, self defense trainings for human service professionals. More recently, she designed online personal safety courses available for c. to license social workers in Kansas and nationally NSA w national everyday. Self defense for social workers is approved by the national association of social workers for continuing education credit in forty six states in two thousand fourteen. She was deemed an expert witness for the federal government agency of occupational safety and health administration in clinical social work, personal safety awareness, workplace violence prevention programs and worker safety skills training. Currently, Janet devotes time to designing and managing online courses and to teach personal safety and wellness instruction. To social health and human service workers across the nation. Janet, Nelson, welcome to courageously. Go. Thank you so much for having me Debbie. It's nice of you to have me. It's great to have you and I don't even know where to begin with you because you you are, you are so accomplished and I've had a recent conversation with you. I know you have a lot going on. So why don't you start off? Why don't we start off with what are you currently most excited about these days? What's going on. Well, you know, when he read when you read my resume,

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