Forms of aggression
When we talk about aggression and violence, we often imagine extreme cases of physical aggression. However, aggression can take many forms, from verbal aggressive behavior to passive-aggressive behavior. Passive aggression – indirect, suppressed anger – can be just as destructive as overt violence. It includes acts such as disobedience, sarcasm or avoidance of responsibility.
Any form of aggression, including internal aggression (anger at oneself), can be addressed with customized approaches. They must be tailored to the specific scenario and participants. Verbal aggression, such as swearing or intimidation, can be just as damaging as physical aggression. It can negatively impact the work environment, cause stress and cause health problems for those involved.
Recognizing and addressing passive aggressive behavior is critical for managers and employees. It provides the ability to prevent progression and address the fundamental causes of behavior.
Aggressiveness is a pattern of behavior that involves directly or indirectly hurting others or oneself. Conversely, passive-aggressive behavior is considered a substandard form of aggression involving indirect methods, such as avoiding conflict or treating others with quiet devotion.
An example of passive-aggressive behavior might be an employee constantly avoiding tasks or ignoring deadlines in response to unresolved problems or unspoken frustrations in the workplace. A possible reason for this behavior could be a lack of effective communication or conflict resolution within the team.
Preventing aggression in healthcare
Unfortunately, health care is an area where seizures are common. It can be caused by stress, depression or anxiety in the patient or their family members. Well-trained healthcare professionals can address aggression proactively and prevent escalation.
Developing protocols for aggression in healthcare and knowing how to respond to aggression against healthcare providers is crucial. This contributes to the safety of staff and patients. By understanding the cause of aggression, preventive measures can be taken to avoid potential triggers.
Anti aggression training
At Findwhere, we understand the extent of the problem of aggressive behavior in the workplace. In addition to providing our security systems, we can also advise on appropriate anti-aggression training courses. These trainings teach participants to recognize aggression and use effective techniques to prevent or reduce aggression, promoting a safer and more respectful work environment.
Alarm button aggression
A well-placed alarm button can make a huge difference in improving the safety and security of a healthcare environment. The aggression alarm button has a direct connection to emergency services, allowing them to immediately summon help at the first sign of an incident. This simple tool provides a sense of security and quick response, allowing healthcare professionals to perform their work in an environment that ensures their safety.