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Workplace Violence Awareness Overview

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Workplace violence is often thought of as a physical attack, but it may also include threats, intimidation, and other disruptive behavior, oral or written statements, and gestures or expressions that communicate a direct or indirect threat of physical harm.  Preventing workplace violence is a growing concern within universities, and managers need to have the tools and resources to assist their students and employees with this.

This toolkit will provide you with awareness of violence in the workplace, how to recognize the warning signs, and what actions to take to prevent or minimize violence.  Additionally, you will learn about the valuable resources available on campus to deal with this threat.

If you have any additional questions about this topic please contact Emergency Management and Continuity of Operations at EOC@boisestate.edu or by phone at (208) 436-3638.


BroncoAlert

BroncoAlert is a phone and text-based system allowing the university to proactively notify students, faculty and staff when an emergency is taking place on or near campus. BroncoAlert will only be used in critical situations, including weather emergencies, with potential to affect health or safety.

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C.A.R.E Team

CARE stands for Campus Assessment, Resource, and Education.  Living, learning, and working at Boise State University can be very stressful at times.  All members of the university community, including students, faculty, and staff, will face challenges.  As a result, some individuals may exhibit behavior that is concerning, disruptive, or threatening towards themselves or others.  Boise State has established the CARE Team to provide assistance to the campus community in addressing these behaviors of concern.

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Emergency Management and Continuity Planning

This section of the Manager’s toolkit will direct you to the main Emergency Management site. This will provide you with a direct link to the Emergency Operations Plan, Emergency Response Checklists, Building Coordinator Resources, Continuity of Operations Planning, and Local Links to available resources in the community.

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