Preventing Workplace Violence Training Demo
By June 30, 2024, California employers must put in place a workplace violence prevention plan and provide workplace violence prevention training to employees. Employers in other states can face enforcement action from OSHA or tort liability for failing to take steps to prevent workplace violence.
View our on-demand demo of Traliant’s new Preventing Workplace Violence training course, which meets the requirements of California’s new workplace violence prevention law. The session is led by Elissa Rossi, Vice President of Compliance Services at Traliant, lawyer and former Assistant Attorney General of New York and Bailey Whitsitt, Corporate Counsel at Traliant. Elissa and Bailey will take participants through the interactive course content, discuss employer obligations under California law and review duties employers nationwide have to prevent workplace violence.
The 60-minute on-demand webinar demonstration will:
- Take participants through the interactive course content
- Risk factors and warning signs of potential violence
- Reporting workplace violence
- Review of the required workplace violence plan
- De-escalation techniques
- How employees can protect themselves and others during a violent incident
- Discuss employer training obligations under CA law and what content must be included
- Address the importance of workplace violence training for employers nationwide (nearly 1/3 of employees have not received workplace violence training)
About the Speakers
Elissa Rossi, MA, Vice President of Compliance Services at Traliant, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Chicago Law School. Elissa has practiced employment law and litigation at various law firms, including Boyd Richards and Willkie Farr in New York.
Bailey Whitsitt, Compliance Counsel at Traliant, is a graduate from Iowa State University and Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Bailey has practiced labor and employment law at various firms, including Taft Stettinius & Hollister and Clark Hill Law.
Traliant combines in-house legal expertise with modern, emotionally engaging course design to redefine compliance, training experiences and services. It helps thousands of interactive organizations create a culture of ethics, inclusion and safety by addressing dozens of critical topics. Traliant’s innovative and interactive approach to learning can be easily customized into affordable and cost-effective solutions for clients to address their industry, branding, policies, risks and job-specific needs.
Traliant currently serves more than 10,000 organizations as the industry’s leading compliance partner and provider of compliance training and services. Backed by PSG, a leading growth equity firm, Traliant is ranked on Inc.’s 2021, 2022 and 2023 lists of 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America and named to Inc.’s 2023 list of Best Workplaces.