Do you take the common approach to threats?

The most commonly considered threat management responses can be helpful, but they all have weaknesses - they don't defuse the hostility. You need something more effective. You need CMI.

An ounce of prevention

The time to start thinking about workplace violence is not when a situation occurs. Unprepared employers are increasingly accused of negligent failure to plan. An effective risk management program maximizes preparedness and offers visible evidence that the company cares. CMI’s Workplace Violence Prevention programs provide a comprehensive approach to reducing workplace violence risks and ensuring that you have a plan that protects your people, your operations and your reputation.

What would you do?

If a crisis occurred today… right now… at your company, what would you do? CMI has helped hundreds of companies prepare for and respond to thousands of crises. We pioneered crisis management and have been at the forefront of events from 9/11 to Hurricane Andrew to the Oklahoma City bombing, and thousands of other crises. You can benefit from our vast experience.

Crisis Management • Business Continuity • Workplace Violence • Dispute Resolution

We wrote the book on crisis management.

BLINDSIDED (2nd ed. 2014) is the authoritative guide to crisis management. This "how to" book by CMI founder Bruce Blythe gives advice every manager needs to know when crisis hits.

Bruce Blythe presents...

CMI Chairman Bruce Blythe will be presenting What to do after a workplace violence incident at the GA State Board of Workers' Compensation Annual Conference August 31-September 2.

Defensible Documentation of Threat Cases

"You are only as good as your documentation” certainly applies in the aftermath of workplace violence, and most of the stakeholders wanting your materials will not be your friends.