Workplace Violence Survival
How to Deal with an Angry Upset Violent Customer or Co-Worker
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by Sgt. Mark Buschena
From Amazon.com: If you are fed up with seeing crime on your nightly news that makes you feel like you’re working in a war zone…
Or if you’re sick and tired of living in fear of irate customers, workplace violence, active shooters, hostage takers or robbers…this may be the most important book you ever read!
Most people have never thought about what they would do if confronted by an upset angry customer or coworker. They don’t have a clue! Nor have they thought about what they would do if an armed robber entered their business, stuck a gun in their face and demanded “Give me all your cash!” Others aren’t prepared for a caller who says “There’s a bomb set to go off in 15 minutes!” Yet others haven’t thought one lick about what they would do if an active shooter walked in and started killing employees and customers.
But your chances of surviving a workplace violence incident just got better than ever!
Here are just a few of the tips, tricks and techniques you’ll discover in “Workplace Violence Survival!” How to Deal with an Angry Upset Violent Customer or Co-Worker:
You will learn easy steps you can begin to take immediately, things you can do right now, today, to reduce your chances of being a victim of workplace violence.
- You’ll learn the four types of workplace violence
- Warning signs of violence
- Indicators of potentially violent behavior
- You’ll understand the psychology of a dispute and the one emotion common to every dispute. Once you understand this, you’ll be on your way to resolving the problem
- The four categories of threats, and how to respond to each
- How to determine if a threat is credible
- Bomb threats — If you’re on the receiving end of a bomb threat, know what to do
- Warning signs of the upset customer
- Identifying potentially violent situations
- The concept of physical barriers
- Learn how to get a physical security survey of your business professionally done FOR FREE!
- Techniques to calm the angry upset customer or coworker
- How to handle known problem clients
- The problem of domestic violence in the workplace
- How to survive if you are taken hostage
- Know the difference between a hostage taker and an active shooter and how to respond to each
- How to deal with telephone threats and other unwanted contacts
- What to do if a problem follows you home
- How to survive a workplace robbery
- What to do if you discover a burglary at your workplace
- Drive by-shootings
- Gangs and group violence
- In-place sheltering and lock down procedures
- Handling out-of-control individuals
- Do’s and don’t for dealing with violent individuals
- After hours security.
- Useful checklists for coping with threats and violence
Nearly 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year. Unfortunately, many more cases go unreported. The truth is, workplace violence can strike anywhere, anytime, and no one is immune. Don’t you become the next statistic!
About the Author: Sergeant Mark Buschena has been a police officer for 32 years. During that time, he has worked on patrol, investigations, was a canine handler, and since 1992 he has been and continues to be the supervisor in his department’s Crime Prevention/Community Services section. He is a graduate of the National Crime Prevention Institute in Louisville, Kentucky.
In his crime prevention capacity, he has written and has published numerous crime prevention articles. He has appeared on many television and radio programs and newscasts as a guest discussing crime prevention and what people can do to protect themselves and their property. For 12 years he appeared weekly on the local CBS affiliate news, with a “Crime Prevention Tip of the Week.” He speaks to thousands of people each year during training seminars on personal protection, shoplifting, robbery prevention and workplace violence, among others.