Worker Safety

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Description

Worker Safety – a one-day mandatory training for social service specialists, covering such topics as:  

  • Types of workplace violence related to social work practice  
  • Predictors of violent behavior 
  • Recognizing escalating behaviors
  • Safety in the field
  • Safety precautions in methamphetamine sites
  • Resources and support for worker safety
  • Working with law enforcement

Length (hours)

6

Prerequisite

Regional Core Training

Audience

Social Workers

Audience Description

Social workers and Social Service Specialists

Dates and Locations

 
Arlington
External Registration Required
Classroom
March 28, 2018 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Trainers:
Bob Graham, Safety Awareness & Field Education Resources
Location:
Arlington, Smokey Point DCFS Office 3906 172nd Street NE, Suite200 Arlington WA 98223-7736, Community Conference Room map
Everett
External Registration Required
Classroom
February 20, 2018 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Trainers:
Bob Graham, Safety Awareness & Field Education Resources
Location:
Everett DCFS Office 840 N. Broadway Building A Suite 340 Everett WA 98201, Aces Conference Room Map
Moses Lake
External Registration Required
Classroom
May 23, 2018 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Trainers:
Bob Graham, Safety Awareness & Field Education Resources
Location:
Moses Lake DCFS Office 1651 S. Pilgrim Street Moses Lake WA 98837, Chiefs and Huskies Conference Room Map
Tumwater
External Registration Required
Classroom
March 21, 2018 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Trainers:
Bob Graham, Safety Awareness & Field Education Resources
Location:
Tumwater DCFS Office 6860 Capitol Blvd, Building 2 Tumwater WA 98501, Fountain Conference Room Map

Registration Instructions

Please register directly in the LMS:

Maestro Course Code: 249

https://gm1.geolearning.com/geonext/wasdop/coursesummary.CourseCatalog.geo?22506564564

Tribal Members, CWTAP Students, and new CA hires who don't have LMS access: Please register using this form http://alliancecatalog.org/course-registration-cwtap-students-tribal-workers-and-new-workers-without-lms-access