Hawaii S.R. 100, Urging the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to Adopt Rules to Prohibit Abusive Work Environments
The Hawaii State Legislature adopted S.R. 100, Urging the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to Adopt Rules to Prohibit Abusive Work Environments, on April 9, 2010.
The resolution seeks to protect employees from mistreatment in the workplace and to promote safe work environments by calling on the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to adopt rules to prohibit abusive environments.
The Department of Labor and Industrial Relations is also asked to develop information on abusive work environments and the legal consequences that employees will face if they if they participate in abusive behavior in the workplace.
To read the resolution, go to the Hawaii State Legislature [PDF] website.
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CPI's Prepare Training® program is highly effective, adaptable training that can help your organization meet the Hawaii resolution recommendations. The program utilizes CPI's proven methods for managing disruptive behavior before it escalates to a potentially dangerous incident.
With a core philosophy of Respect, Service, and Safety at Work®, the program offers proactive solutions so organizations can count on confident, well-trained employees who respond safely and consistently to a variety of challenging situations.
Like the Hawaii legislators who crafted this law, CPI agrees that violence prevention and crisis intervention training should be an ongoing process—not a one-time event. Through the Prepare Training® Instructor Certification Program, organizations gain the resources to train employees in house. The flexible curriculum offers Topic Modules to help meet the needs of different employee groups.
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