Domestic Violence Corporate Trainings
At Presage Consulting and Training, we specialize in one thing and one thing only – assessing and managing domestic violence threat. Studies show that 1 in 5 full time employed adults is a victim of abuse, and their experience often spills over into the workplace, causing incalculable safety risks and profound financial losses to their entire organization. Using our extensive knowledge and experience, Presage helps employers to develop a comprehensive understanding of this complex problem and then create programs, policies, and case response protocols that can effectively address and prevent employee-involved domestic violence.
Presage services are organized into the following practice areas:
Program and Policy Design and Consultation:
Presage enhances organizational success and safety by helping to build workplace domestic violence prevention programs, multi-disciplinary threat assessment teams, and the strong, proactive policies that support them
Training Development and Delivery:
We create and present customized, interactive, multimedia trainings for employers worldwide, based on the crucial information and skills that Security, Human Resources, and Management professionals need to address, evaluate, handle, and prevent domestic violence in the workplace.
Individual Case Consultation:
We also offer 24/7 on-call response to individual employee cases of domestic violence threat, including risk assessments, recommendations, and resources to help guide the immediate and future action plans of threat assessment and security personnel
Through Presage’s comprehensive education and expert advice, professionals can confidently manage domestic violence in the workplace, reducing both the risks and costs associated with it.
Presage Offers Customized Corporate Trainings on a Variety of Domestic Violence Topics
Domestic violence is a dangerous and costly problem that lurks in the employee pool of nearly every business. This 60-90 minute presentation offers professionals a foundational introduction to the issue, it’s impact on the workplace and the proactive strategies that can prevent on-the-job violence. Contact Us
ASSESSING AND MANAGING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THREAT
Developed specifically for security and threat assessment team personnel, this training explores the key theories and techniques of threat assessment and management as it demonstrates how they can be applied to domestic violence in the workplace. Participating professionals will learn how to evaluate and mitigate on-the-job risk as they discover the warning signs for imminent violence, target hardening tactics, and practical prevention strategies to increase workplace safety while reducing loss and liability. Contact Us
Our unique 90-minute training aims to help prevent domestic violence-related attacks in the workplace by focusing on 10 different proactive safety strategies. Ms. Fairweather uses real case examples to show how domestic violence “spillover” occurs and explains how to identify potentially lethal situations and offenders. Participants will leave with increased knowledge about evaluating and handling domestic violence risk and new ideas for reducing the likelihood of an attack in their facilities. Contact Us
94% of corporate security directors rank domestic violence (DV) as a high-security concern, due to the immense safety risks it presents. From communicated threats to onsite assaults, and mass shootings, DV “spillover” poses a significant danger to organizations of every industry. Designed expressly for corporate security teams, this training provides a flexible, practical framework for preventing violent attacks in the workplace, using a combination of theoretical insights and target hardening techniques. Participants will examine key threat assessment concepts for identifying and interpreting risk and explore ways to develop and implement a toolbox of case management strategies that can prevent spillover attacks. Contact Us
Statistically speaking, most large companies have hundreds or even thousands of domestic abusers in their workforce at any given time. These employee-perpetrators can present numerous physical, financial, and legal risks to their employer, particularly if they work alongside their victim. Learn how to identify, assess, and manage domestically violent employees, while gaining a deeper understanding of how they impact your business. This multimedia training includes compliance and liability issues, proactive policy recommendations, and practical security measures to enhance safety throughout the entire workplace. Contact Us
THE 4 R’S: RECOGNIZING, RESPONDING TO, REFERRING, AND RETAINING ABUSED EMPLOYEES
Ideal for human resources personnel, this training teaches professionals how to identify victims of domestic violence in their workforce and respond to their needs in a sensitive and effective manner. Key learning objectives include understanding the victim’s perspective, utilizing creative workplace accommodations, developing a referral “library”, and keeping victims engaged throughout the safety process. Contact Us
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE GOES GLOBAL: A MULTI-NATIONAL EMPLOYER’S DILEMMA
This presentation speaks directly to the challenges faced by corporations operating worldwide as they face the issue of domestic violence in the workplace. In some countries, up to 75% of women report being victims of domestic abuse, and where these employees live can greatly impact the help they receive. Discover how international laws and social attitudes can affect the corporate response to domestic violence and learn creative strategies for increasing workplace safety and productivity across the globe. Contact Us