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Is your office prepared to deal with workplace violence?

Each organization has its uniqueness, yet they all share the crucial objective of safeguarding their most precious assets, especially their staff.

The U.S. Department of Labor categorizes incidents of workplace violence as verbal, written, or physical actions intended to frighten, harm, or injure individuals in a work setting. Such threats stem from various motivations and generally fit into one of four classifications:

  • Criminal Intent: Offenders with no legitimate business link, often entering to commit theft or other crimes.
  • Customer/Client: People who are either availing or providing services and might turn aggressive, including past or present clients, patients, customers, or any other service recipients.
  • Co-worker: Individuals connected through employment, including assaults by current or past employees, supervisors, or managers.
  • Personal Relationship: Those who might not work at the company but have personal connections with employees, such as family members.

Prioritizing this issue is essential for business leaders. With workplace violence being a persistent threat, highlighted by recent mass shootings nationwide, establishing preventative measures to shield employees, staff, and business assets has never been more vital.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), nearly 2 million U.S. workers annually report experiencing workplace violence, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics notes about 450 workplace homicides each year.

Many businesses might not be aware of their responsibilities under the General Duty Clause, Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, which requires maintaining a work environment “free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious harm,” including workplace violence.

So, how can employers safeguard their workforce against workplace violence? While law enforcement provides resources, your organization may lack the infrastructure or resources to ensure employee safety internally. Engaging top-notch security services can relieve your HR department and executive staff.


No matter your reasons, the optimal defense against workplace violence includes integrating expertly trained, professional security personnel into your workplace safety plan.

New Hampshire Security Solutions LLC understands the intricacies of workplace violence and ensures our security personnel are armed with the latest strategies, tools, and technology to protect your employees and business.

Known for offering the highest quality security staff and continuously investing in their training, New Hampshire Security Solutions LLC grants business owners nationwide the security and peace of mind they deserve through our highly skilled professional guards.

We are prepared to assist your business with trained security services for various situations, including:

  • Major layoffs
  • Terminations
  • Press briefings
  • Disciplinary measures
  • Board or shareholder meetings
  • Company events
  • Strikes and labor disputes

While completely preventing workplace violence may be impossible, your company can take active steps to mitigate these risks. Alongside other workplace violence prevention strategies like pre-employment screenings, company policies, and education, New Hampshire Security Solutions LLC can play a vital role in your security program, potentially turning an ordinary day into a secure one.

Our officers are available for deployment nationwide, whether for short- or long-term missions. If you’re looking to strengthen your defenses against workplace violence, reach out to New Hampshire Security Solutions LLC. We provide dependable, cost-efficient, and customized security services suited to your needs. Don’t wait – contact us now to get your quote.