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    Title: Worker Involvement
    Type: Text and Picture Slide
    • Contribute to development of procedures that address safety and security concerns
    • Understand and comply with workplace violence prevention programs and safety and security measures
    [Includes photo of a large group of workers looking up towards the camera.]

    Speaker Notes: Worker involvement in violence prevention is especially critical in the late-night retail setting. Front-line workers are often the most knowledgeable of business procedures and the business environment, especially when no manager is on duty.

    Workers’ experiences can help to identify practical solutions to safety challenges. In addition, workers who are engaged in violence prevention programs are more likely to support them and ensure their effectiveness.

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