OSHA has issued its first written enforcement instructions regarding incidents of. OSHA officials will use the directive to decide whether allegations of workplace violence warrant an investigation. For employers, it details methods they can use to minimize the possibility of workplace violence.
Read a summary of the new rules and find a link to the OSHA document at www.theHRSpecialist.com/violencerules.
- Make sure not to defame an employee when issuing 'Security bulletin' after termination
- Take hard line on workplace violence threats
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- Specify some offenses as dischargeable, and follow through
- Handle necessary search as unobtrusively as possible