Introduction to Workplace
This 8-hour course starts with teaching
the student in the recognition of potential workplace violence, hostile work environments, and how to utilize proactive measures
in the prevention of the same. Topics include program objective, employer responsibilities, definitions, OSHA’s commitment
and guidelines, workplace sabotage, types of workplace violence, domestic violence, co-worker relationships, reporting systems,
sexual harassment –v- workplace violence, early warning indicators, advanced stages, normal/abnormal behavior, workplace
violence motivations, and informational resources. The Introduction to Workplace Violence course 2007-WP-1 is the foundation
for many other risk management courses offered by Cost Containment Solutions.
Workplace Violence Accident Investigation
Workplace violence is rising at alarming rates
in government and corporate workplace and institutions of higher education environments. This course of training is 8-hours
in duration and is designed to build on the principles and techniques learned in the Cost Containment Solutions – 2007-WP-1
(Introduction to Workplace Violence) training. Students will learn to demonstrate their skills in workplace violence recognition,
incident investigation, and reporting. Topics include program objective, workplace incident reporting, investigation documentation,
leading causes cause’s of workplace violence and death, designing a workplace accident investigation/intervention program,
program implementation, managements role, supervisory issues, employee responsibility and reporting, industrial hygiene and
safety controls, accident causation, multiple causation theory, contributing factors, consequences of accidents, conducting
the investigation, interviewing witnesses and victims, change analysis and report writing.
Safe Driving for Corporate America
Motor vehicle accidents in the workplace are increasing
daily throughout the nation. The recognition, risk management, (reduction) and prevention of such accidents must be achieved
through awareness training. This 4-hour course covers topics including, but not limited to; program objectives, employer responsibility,
definitions, types of motor vehicle accidents, documentation, risks on the road, workplace trends, responsible driving, workplace
PSA’s, avoidable accidents, safety equipment, recognitions of violations, accident reporting, road rage, stopping distances
and factors, aggressive driving, driver distractions, seat belt restraints, case law, law review, transportation code 545.157,
night driving, what the future holds and safe driving resources. * The Cost Containment Solutions 2007-SD-1 course is not
for citation dismissal.
Pandemic Influenza Awareness
course of training will teach the student to be knowledgeable in the risk management of the Pandemic Influenza in the workplace
and at home. The Pandemic Influenza (Bird Flu H5N1) continues to strike various regions of the world at an alarming rate.
No region is exempted from this deadly disease. SARS was stopped in its path by training and being prepared. We must accomplish
the same mission when the Pandemic Influenza arrives in the United States. Course contents includes, but is not limited to;
pre-exercise assessment, background overview, definitions, origin and history, disease characteristics, symptoms, disease
chronology, pandemic timeline, routes of entry, diagnosis, epidemiology, current status, immunizations, prevention strategies,
prescription therapeutics, preparation and planning, resources, and plans, professional preparedness, legal issues, legal
authority, law enforcement –v- corporate America, mock scenarios, response/resources, infrastructure, strategic national
stockpile, security, special needs populations, recovery, physical and mental health issues, intervention and questions.
Explosives Identification and
This 8 hour course is designed to make the student
aware of the theory, principles, and hazards of an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). Topics include basic physical effects
of explosives, types of explosives, and various methods of application. This course also includes basic bomb sear techniques
designed to prepare the emergency responder in the recognition of and the hazards associated with improvised and secondary
explosive devices. * This is not a render safe or explosive ordinance disposal course, nor is it designed to prepare students
to mitigate or disarm explosive devices.
course of training will cover causes of assassination and methods of attack, organization of a protective detail, security
perimeters, protective countermeasures and surveillance detection, explosives identification and awareness, vehicle and building
search procedures, advance teams, site surveys, security formations, tactics and specific issues. This training will also
include student interaction and practical participation.
Violence in Institutions of Higher Education
Will establish the appointment of a PIO. And
procedures, incident command type procedures for accountability, reporting, notification procedures, lock down, expectations
of law enforcement to potential suspects, -v- victims. When students and faculty are to give media interviews, statements,
opinions, etc., Rally point, suspicious indicators without profiling, use of cell phones during incident, active shooter.