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How zero tollerance affects the possibility of workplace violence with Robert D. Sollars

Posted: May 27, 2013 at 10:34 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

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Robert D. Sollars who owns Sollars Security Shield which specializes in helping companies prevent violence joins Enterprise Radio. Robert discusses how zero tollerance affects the possibility of workplace violence.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Robert D. Sollars discuss the following:

  • You define workplace violence as any incident that occurs because of the work you do?
  • Isn’t the number of incidents and deaths from workplace violence down from 20 years ago?
  • Workplace violence, you say, has many facets what are they?
  • What industry has the largest number of employees that are victims of workplace violence?
  • Zero tolerance is a big buzz-word now, how does it affect the possibility of workplace violence?
  • What does customer service have to do with workplace violence?

Duration: 14:32

Robert D. Sollars brings more than 30 years of experience in the security field to his company, Sollars Security Shield. They specialize in providing workplace violence prevention training & consulting to businesses. He has studied, researched, written, and presented seminars on workplace violence for more than 20 years. He is constantly thinking outside’the’box to help his clients and the communities at large.

Robert has a drive to protect the lives of both adults and children. Despite going blind in 2003 he has persisted in this goal and has continued to write, appear in the media as an expert, and has written one book on school violence and another to soon be published on workplace violence. He is currently the Public Relations Chair and legislative Chair for the Phoenix Chapter of ASIS International, which he has been a member of for 17 years.

Sollars Security Shield

Links: www.sollarssecurityshield.com

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