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Q: implement measures to protect own security and the security of others in the work setting
A: Security measures help keep everyone in the workplace safe from violence and harm. Domestic violence can lead to incidents that cause serious injury or death. Sometimes, the level of violence can grow quickly. [ Putting the right security in place can help you reduce the risk of domestic violence in your workplace. It can also help you reduce the force of a difficult or dangerous
situation. You need to design workplace security measures that: reduce the risk of domestic violence occurring in the workplace protect employees who are victims of domestic violence ensure staff respond quickly and effectively to cases of domestic violence in the workplace How you define your security needs depends on: the physical structure, location and accessibility of your workplace the type of job and nature of the work performed hazards your workers experience any risks your employees face How you help victims of domestic violence depends on their needs and preferences. Plan your security measures to be flexible enough to respond on a case-by-case basis. When are security measures needed? It is always better to stop an issue before it starts. This means you always need to have security measures in place. Start with measures that can put a stop to any violent attacks or threats. An employee who is facing domestic violence is vulnerable at work. The abuser usually knows where she works. Work is often one of the stable factors in her life. Even if the victim moves her home and changes her phone number, her abuser can find her at work. If the victim and the abuser work in the same place it is even harder for her to escape the unwanted attention of her abuser. ]
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Weegy: Security measures help keep everyone in the workplace safe from violence and harm. Domestic violence can lead to incidents that cause serious injury or death. Sometimes, the level of violence can grow quickly. [ Putting the right security in place can help you reduce the risk of domestic violence in your workplace. It can also help you reduce the force of a difficult or dangerous situation. You need to design workplace security measures that: reduce the risk of domestic violence occurring in the workplace protect employees who are victims of domestic violence ensure staff respond quickly and effectively to cases of domestic violence in the workplace How you define your security needs depends on: the physical structure, location and accessibility of your workplace the type of job and nature of the work performed hazards your workers experience any risks your employees face How you help victims of domestic violence depends on their needs and preferences. Plan your security measures to be flexible enough to respond on a case-by-case basis. When are security measures needed? It is always better to stop an issue before it starts. This means you always need to have security measures in place. Start with measures that can put a stop to any violent attacks or threats. An employee who is facing domestic violence is vulnerable at work. The abuser usually knows where she works. Work is often one of the stable factors in her life. Even if the victim moves her home and changes her phone number, her abuser can find her at work. If the victim and the abuser work in the same place it is even harder for her to escape the unwanted attention of her abuser. ]
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