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Running head: THE REAL WORLD 1 The Real World Dawn Greene CIS/298 11/14/2016 Steven Goldstein
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THE REAL WORLD 2 The Real World Threats to the workplace can come from anyone with physical or electronic access. This includes contractors, security guards, members of the public, clients, as well as employees and their friends and family. A workplace’s security and safety procedures for all crimes should incorporate specific security and safety procedures for domestic and sexual violence and stalking. These policies and procedures should also address crimes occurring on business property, including provisions covering contractors, customers and other non-employees. Workplace violence prevention and security concerns generally should address three areas: (1) safety audit to prevent potential perpetrators’ access to the worksite and employees; (2) threat assessment and workplace response with victim-employees; and (3) responding to and dealing with the aftermath of a violent incident.
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