Human Resource Management, Buffalo State Friday, October 24, 2014
Human Resource Management
Buffalo State

Workplace Violence Prevention Training

An incident of workplace violence could have lifelong consequences for employees and their families. Human Resource Management offers Workplace Violence/Domestic Violence Prevention Training for all employees. Sessions are conducted by Sam Lunetta, retired University Police Lieutenant.  Participation in this training is mandated for all public employees under NYS Labor Law §27b.  NYS Labor Law §27b also mandates that all public employees participate in annual workplace violence prevention training. Employees must either attend a classroom session (register below) or may fulfill this requirement by completing the web-based workplace violence prevention training online, accessible 24/7 (online training guide).

Topics to be covered include: recognizing warning signs for potential violence, assessing risk in various work settings, what to do and what not to do if presented with a violent situation, and campus resources available to prevent violence.

Pre-registration for the classroom training is required.  You may register online (below) or call the Human Resource Management Office at ext. 4822.  If you would like to arrange a special session for your department, please contact Human Resource Management.

Name (first, middle initial, last):
Local (Campus) Title:
Campus Address: Room:
Campus Telephone:
Campus E-mail:

The classroom session is one (1) hour long.

Thursday, November 20, 2014 @ 10 a.m., Cleveland Hall 418
Thursday, December 18, 2014 @ 10 a.m., Cleveland Hall 418


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