Webinar: May 16th @ 2:00pm
In addition to the traditional health and safety hazards on the job, millions of workers also experience the threat of violence in the workplace every year ranging from physical assault to homicide. Since 2009, deaths from active shooter incidents are up 150%. A key area of concern is “active shooter” events, an incident where an individual(s) is actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area, typically through the use of firearms. Although workplace homicides decreased from 518 in 2010 and 542 in 2009, such events are still a cause for concern and need to be proactively addressed.
This program will provide participants with a proven strategy for developing and implementing an effective and comprehensive “Workplace Violence” program with a focus on active shooter events. Mr. Foulke will demonstrate that making the right preparations ahead of time will eliminate active shooter incidents and/or significantly reduce their impact.