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Member Meeting 10-12-2023


Member Meeting

Member Meeting

Jobsite Violence Prevention and Intervention Session

Thursday, October 12, 2023 | 3:00pm - 5:00pm
BluCor Construction Group/Stonebrook Exterior | 8905 US Hwy 6 | Lincoln

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Safety, Risk Management, Project Manager, Site Supervisor, Business Development, Owners, Owners Rep.

Following Isaac's presentation, we'll tour Stonebrook's site to discuss best practices and share awareness of providing a secure and safe jobsite.

Please register by Tuesday afternoon, October 10, 2023

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Isaac Monson, CPP

PRESENTER: Isaac Monson, CPP
Isaac is an AVP/Senior Risk Consultant with HUB International’s Risk Services Division specializing in helping organizations develop Enterprise Security Risk Management Programs. He has over 18 years of professional experience in various public and private sector settings including government, manufacturing, construction, transportation, retail, healthcare, education, non-profit, and insurance.

Isaac develops and delivers prevention and preparedness focused solutions in the areas of Enterprise Security Risk Management, Emergency/Crisis/Continuity Management, Cyber Risk Management, and Critical Incident Response.

Workplace violence consistently ranks in the top three causes of worker fatalities, and OSHA reports that over 2 million people are affected by workplace violence annually. Additionally, costly and toxic workplace behaviors like bullying and harassment often go unreported and unaddressed. Despite these facts most employers do not have a program in place.

This training program is designed to introduce you to prevention and intervention focused best practices and establish a shared awareness and fact-based understanding of a complex issue.

Workplace Violence Awareness—Foundational Awareness Training

  • Violence in North America, Definitions, Trends, Fact vs Fiction
  • Toxic Cultures and Precursors to Physical Violence
  • Bullying, Harassment, Discrimination, and Other Legal Pitfalls
  • OSHA’s Workplace Violence Typologies
  • Violence Risk Factors and Prevention Strategies
  • Client Industry Specific Considerations
  • Active Shooters: Awareness, Preparedness, and Individual Response Strategies

Workplace Violence Prevention Program Development—Advanced Training and Strategy Session Leadership Teams

  • The Business Case for a Comprehensive Program
  • The Violence Prevention & Intervention Model
  • Threat Assessment & Case Management
  • Legal & Regulatory Requirements
  • WPV Prevention Program Framework & Elements
  • How to Build & Implement Your Program
  • Getting started – Building Your Team & Assessing Your Needs & Risk

Complete the form below--some boxes are required--when you are finished click the Register box. You will receive a confirmation email. If you make a mistake click the Reset button and start over. If you have questions, contact the Nebraska Building Chapter office: or 402-438-0400.