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Aggressive behaviour control

Aggressive behaviour control refers to the measures taken to manage and reduce aggressive or violent behaviour in individuals or groups. This includes both proactive measures, such as conflict resolution training, and reactive measures, such as physical restraint and law enforcement intervention.

Aggressive behaviour can have serious consequences, and it is important for individuals and organizations to be prepared to manage and control such behaviour. Effective aggressive behaviour control requires a combination of education, training, and appropriate intervention strategies. This is what Meritis is offering with it’s professional instructors.

The objective of aggressive behaviour control is to ensure the safety of all individuals involved, prevent harm to others, and maintain a safe and secure environment. Effective aggressive behaviour control requires a multi-disciplinary approach.