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Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace by Johnny Lee

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Documenting Security Measures and Incidents

Documentation is extremely critical. Keep a written record of every threat made to the lives of your employees, and document every assessment, decision, and measure you take related to the threat.

Documenting threats and the company’s own actions provides a record you can review to determine the workplace vulnerabilities. Recording such information can help identify trends and show the importance of putting resources and time into workplace safety. You and your security and human resources personnel will be amazed at the number of reports and disclosures that you will hear about after you implement a domestic violence safety program. Certainly, the development of a program does not itself instigate ...

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