The threat of an active shooter and workplace violence is a sobering reality in today’s society, prompting organizations to prioritize comprehensive emergency preparedness plans. The potential for such events underscores the critical need for proactive measures, including employee training, security assessments, and the implementation of robust safety protocols. Addressing the underlying factors that may contribute to violence in the workplace, such as conflict resolution strategies and mental health support, is equally imperative. By fostering a culture of awareness, vigilance, and open communication, businesses can strive to create a safer environment for their employees while minimizing the risk and impact of such tragic incidents. Listen to Glenn Master and Rod Fulenwider share their thoughts on this ever growing workplace scenario.
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