Mental Illness Awareness Skills for Your Workplace - By Compliance Global Inc.

Mental Illness Awareness Skills for Your Workplace - By Compliance Global Inc.


  • Mental Illness Awareness Skills for Your Workplace

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About The Event



1 in 4 people in this country has a diagnosable mental disorder. Every family you know has a member who is considered to be “different” or is being treated for a mental condition. In the workplace, you may be called upon to mitigate a crisis situation involving a person with mental illness. If not handled with skill and knowledge, the damage could not only be measured in fixtures or injuries, but dollars it will cost your organization or community for perceived negligence.


Why Should You Attend


If you don't know how to read and react to a mental illness crisis situation, you may be setting yourself up for harm or litigation law. People that are delusional or have PTSD symptoms can respond in a very aggressive manner when confronted with situations that ignite their anxieties. 

This webinar will assist you in not being the match that starts an emotional fire. An important part of this webinar is to help people from getting hurt, and companies from getting sued. The more you know, the better your chances are of having a more positive outcome in a given mental illness crisis situation.


Areas Covered in this Webinar


  • Understand the growth and gravity of mental Illness
  • Understand the faces and gestures of people with mental illness
  • Identify procedures that will likely produce a positive crisis outcome
  • Learn how to physically control a mentally ill person in crisis
  • Identify resources that will provide more depth of understanding of mental illness crises situations, and how to achieve a positive outcome both physically, and fiscally


Learning Objectives


  • Enhance your awareness and ability to deal productively, with a mental illness crisis situation 
  • Learn what to do, and what not to do 
  • Understand a basic strategy of how to deal with a mental illness crisis situation
  • Reduce danger or incurring litigation


Who Will Benefit


  • Families and Friends of People with Mental Illness
  • Police Officers, Fire Fighters, and Public Administrative Personnel
  • Educators, School Nurses, School Bus Drivers, and Crossing Guards
  • Doctors, Nurses, and Hospital Administrative Personnel
  • Business Executives, Managers, and Supervisors
  • Mall Executives, Store Managers, and Security Personnel




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