Beacon Park Innovation
Norfolk, NR31 7RA
Violence Prevention Supplier
Through our S.A.F.E. System
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Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 17:00hrs
According to the most recent official statistics on police recorded violent crime, a rise of 21% from 1.1 million violent crimes in 2016 to 1.3 million in 2017. The rise has noticed a slow incline from 2014. Our violent crime awareness course is designed specifically for staff who may be exposed to the risk of violent crime in the workplace. Helping your employees to become more aware of violent crime prevention and response, will enable your organisation to demonstrate you have proactively considered appropriate steps to minimise the risk to staff under the H&SaW Act.
According to Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) a violent crime is a crime in which the offender uses or threatens to use violent force upon the victim. This entails both crimes in which the violent act is the objective, such as murder, as well as crimes in which violence is the means to an end, such as robbery. Violent crimes include crimes committed with weapons. The categories are Murder and Manslaughter, Throwing corrosive substances (acid attacks), Assault, Gun and knife crime or Robbery.
“Be Prepared not Scared by Preventing, Responding, Recovering”
On the 6th April 2008 the Corporate Manslaughter Bill came into effect and as such this course will provide a competency-based accreditation to aid in the individual’s personal security. The course will give the delegate a knowledge base, to recognise the potential for violent incidents and enhance aspects of personal safety, by understanding different concepts, tactics and methods to effectively respond and recall details post event.
This course is going through accreditation with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) accreditation process. For 100 years, RoSPA has been changing both legislation and attitudes surrounding accidents. You can be assured through this accreditation that the course enables the exchanging of life-enhancing skills and knowledge to reduce serious accidental injuries.
The course will be made up of tutor led discussions, demonstrations and scenario replication (role play) and the content is as follows: