VS responds to ‘Violence at work’ report
31 March 2016
Independent charity Victim Support responds to ‘Violence at work: Findings from the 2014/15 Crime Survey for England and Wales’.
Mark Castle, Chief Executive for the independent charity Victim Support, said:
“The workplace should be a safe space where no-one has to fear violence. Employee safety must be a priority, with employers taking steps to minimise the risk of violence at work – particularly in those professions where employees have been shown to be most at risk.
“Anyone who is a victim of violence can contact Victim Support for free, confidential help and support, regardless of whether or not they have reported the crime to their employer or the police.”
Notes to editor
The ‘Violence at work: Findings from the 2014/15 Crime Survey for England and Wales’ can be found on the Health and Safety Executive website.