There is increasing pressure on all workplaces to assess certain behaviors, language, attitudes, and gestures that may appear intimidating, harassing, threatening, or unsafe to others. Early identification, notification, and response to workplace violence concerns is essential.
- If at any time you are concerned for your safety and require an immediate response, contact Security or dial 911.
- If you see something, say something! Contact your security, your supervisor, your manager, human resources, or your academic advisor or chair to report workplace violence.
- Submit a report to Safe at Hopkins. Complete the Report Disruptive Behavior online form if you observe or experience behaviors of concern, such as bullying, stalking, domestic violence or acts of violence.
Johns Hopkins will not permit employment-based retaliation against anyone who, in good faith, brings a complaint of disruptive behavior or act of violence, or who speaks as a witness in the investigation of a complaint.