Violence (HTML 5) Course

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Act's (OSH Act) general duty clause requires an employer to create a place of employment "free from recognized hazards," including workplace violence. Employers are required to take steps to minimize known risks of violence, and a failure to address hazards could result in the finding of a violation of the OSH Act. Duration: 27 minutes

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Violence (HTML 5)

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Act's (OSH Act) general duty clause requires an employer to create a place of employment "free from recognized hazards," including workplace violence. Employers are required to take steps to minimize known risks of violence, and a failure to address hazards could result in the finding of a violation of the OSH Act. Duration: 27 minutes