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Workplace Violence: Prevention & Response

Workplace Violence: Prevention & Response

Currently, an average of 18,000 workplace assaults are logged weekly in the United States.  It’s not a misprint, 18,000. With this truly staggering number, it’s no surprise organizations are becoming more serious about implementing additional workplace violence...

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Preparing Your Organization for an Active Shooter

Preparing Your Organization for an Active Shooter

If you’ve listened to the news over the past few months, I’m willing to bet you’ve heard about at least one active shooter incident. Unfortunately, these events have become far to common. To best ensure workforce safety, organizations should be actively training and...

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7 Signs a Package Might Be Dangerous & How to Handle It

7 Signs a Package Might Be Dangerous & How to Handle It

Last week, the New York offices of CNN received a highly suspicious package, appearing to resemble a pipe bomb, that necessitated the evacuation of all personnel from the building. This event was widely publicized by national media outlets and shortly after, a flurry...

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Workplace Violence Trends and Red Flags

Workplace Violence Trends and Red Flags

It can be difficult getting people on board with workplace violence prevention and training. In fact, 43% of surveyed corporate executives hold the belief that workplace violence is not an issue that needs addressing. However, throughout recent years, there has been...

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How to Optimize Bomb Threat Management: Webinar Recap

How to Optimize Bomb Threat Management: Webinar Recap

While bomb threats are often just a threat, businesses and individuals alike must be prepared and know how to properly respond to a bomb threat. Bombings are actually the most prevalent attack method worldwide. In fact, there were over 400 bombs discovered in the...

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