Most people don't expect to be involved in confrontations at work. Thankfully, most industries conduct criminal and personal background checks before hiring employees, so many companies may feel it's possible to get by without directly addressing that type of situation. Unfortunately, it is sometimes necessary to inform employees how best to deal with one another in such a way.
For instance, the University of Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) has studied substance abuse in the workplace and concluded direct demonstrations of a worker's problem offer the best solutions, according to EHS Today. Without admitting they have an alcohol or drug addiction, workers are unlikely to stop their dangerous behaviors.
Consequently, it may be a good idea for businesses to implement custom simulation development programs to prepare staff members. An issue such as workplace substance abuse may be difficult to discuss with coworkers, but it's crucial for employers to not let this problem get out of control. Use simulation development software to ensure managers and supervisors can put an end to health and safety issues when they arise.
Contact Stacey Burris at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.309.670.7595 and ask for a simulation demo today!