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Health, Safety & Work-Life Directorate

Office of Work-Life Programs

Who is Eligible for this Program?
The Work-Place Violence and Threatening Behavior Program is applicable to the following members of Team Coast Guard:

Purpose of Program
The Work-Place Violence and Threatening Behavior Program is intended to establish prevention and intervention policy and procedures for managing workplace violence and threatening behavior in the Coast Guard.

Definitions
The following definitions apply to the Work-Place Violence and Threatening Behavior Program:

Program Confidentiality
Discussions of the Work-Place Violence and Threatening Behavior Program are not confidential.

The following services and resources are available within the Work-Place Violence and Threatening Behavior Program:

Program References
The following references provide details of the Work-Place Violence and Threatening Behavior Program:

Requesting Services or Resources
These services or resources can be obtained by contacting the Employee Assistance Program Coordinator (EAPC) at your Regional Work-Life Staff. Work-Life Staffs are located at Integrated Support Commands CG-wide and at the Headquarters Support Command.

Related Program Information
Provision of a safe work environment is a command responsibility that cannot be delegated. Behaviors and actions defined above will not be tolerated. Only the commanding officer or civilian director of the organization in which the situation occurred may convene the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT). The Employee Assistance Program Coordinator on the Work-Life Staff shall coordinate the CIT meeting in accordance with policy.

Related Web Sites
The following web sites provide information related to the Work-Place Violence and Threatening Behavior Program:

Point of Contact
If you are unable to contact the Employee Assistance Program Coordinator on your Regional Work-Life Staff, or need additional assistance beyond the information provided here, please contact the Headquarters  Chief, Behavioral Health Service Division. CAPT Matt Kleiman, CG-1111, at 202-475-5155 or email at Matthew.E.Kleiman@uscg.mil.

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Last Modified 1/12/2016