Domestic violence is not a private matter, it is a societal one that affects every community. Recognizing, responding and referring to appropriate resources are key components of professional development for members of any workplace, particularly one that involves a large population, multiple ages and both transient and static residential populations.
Members of the Brock Community are trained in Domestic Violence response. The first step is to communicate the problem. We will do all that we can to assist!
- Warning Signs for the Workplace
- How to recognize that a colleague may be involved in an abusive relationship.
- Threat Assessment and Risk Management
- Guidelines for assessing threats and managing risks in the workplace.
- Power and Control Wheel
- The tactics most universally experienced by battered women.
- Keeping yourself Safe
- How to keep yourself safe and supported when domestic violence follows you to the workplace.
- Help for Employers
- Roles and responsibilities as an employer in responding to domestic violence.
- Communication Strategies
- Guidelines for communicating with employees at risk of workplace domestic violence.