New multi-level training program for increasing safety.
PREPAREDNESS TRAINING FOR BUSINESSES & CORPORATIONS
Protect your Employees with an Emergency Response Plan.
Our programs help prepare your employees and managers on how to recognize the signs of potential violence and how to take action.
TRAINING FOR INDIVIDUALS AND SMALL ORGANIZATIONS
If a gunman opened fire in your building right now,
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
We have trainings designed for small organizations and individuals who do not require or receive onsite training.
Hospitals have a deep responsibility to care and protect their patients and employees which requires us to train for all potential risks. This program provides the theoretical and hands on training that can help staff save their own life and those of coworkers and patients. This training will generate discussion around the dinner table on how to keep yourself safe if you are ever in the horrible situation where you need to fight for your life and give you tips on how to avoid being in that situation.- Chris Callahan
Thank you for speaking at the New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference. Your presentation on WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF DRUG USE was very well received by our attendees.
We hope that you enjoyed meeting the attendees at the Conference and that you will consider returning in the future as a presenter in your area of expertise. If you have any ideas for breakout sessions for 2019, please let us know. We will begin planning in a few months.
We have reviewed and tabulated the feedback that was provided by attendees. We recognize that attendee feedback is as vital to you as it is to us, so I have enclosed a summary of the evaluations from your session for your review.
On behalf of the Board, Conference Committee, and Staff at the National Safety Council of NNE, we thank you again for your support in this year’s conference!-Comments from National Safety Council of Northern New England
1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been victims of (some form of) physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime.
1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been victims of (some form of) physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime.1
On average in the United States, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner.
On average in the United States, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner.1