Awareity Launches New Incident Reporting Tools to Prevent Workplace Violence

Awareity officially launched new TIPS (Threat Assessment, Incident Management and Prevention Services) on July 15, 2010. TIPS offers a suite of tools to immediately improve threat assessment team efforts, incident reporting and prevention efforts.

Awareity officially launched new TIPS (Threat Assessment, Incident Management and Prevention Services) on July 15, 2010. TIPS offers a unique and holistic suite of tools to immediately improve threat assessment team efforts, incident reporting, incident management, intervention and prevention efforts.

In today's litigious, increasingly regulated and safety-oriented society, organizations have responsibilities to ensure ongoing compliance with regulations, respond promptly to harassment and discrimination reports and ensure appropriate actions are taken to prevent serious and tragic workplace violence incidents from occurring.

As Awareity's President Rick Shaw has learned, "Organizational leaders need help and most importantly they need better tools to help them implement better prevention programs, better awareness, better incident reporting and better CYA.

TIPS is helping organizations eliminate the disconnects numerous lessons learned and incidents continue to reveal. Awareity's TIPS (Threat Assessment, Incident Management and Prevention Services) empowers organizations across the nation and their employees, management, staff and third-parties to confidentially report incidents (bullying, domestic violence, threats, suspicious incidents, etc.). TIPS then automatically notifies appropriate team members so red flags, suspicious activities and other warning signs do not continue to fall through the gaps and silos.

TIPS is an enterprise-wide offering for organizations, schools and communities and requires no software or hardware installation.

About Awareity

Awareity delivers holistic solutions based on lessons learned and real world incidents helping organizational leaders to more effectively connect the dots, significantly reduce costs, prevent unwanted incidents from occurring, respond to challenges more efficiently and improve CYA.

For more information visit www.awareity.com or contact Awareity at info@awareity.com.


Contact:
Katie Weaver
402.730.0077
info@awareity.com
www.awareity.com

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