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Workplace Shooting: Employer's Legal Obligations and Survival Strategies

February 23, 2016

With a number of high-profile ‎workplace ‎shootings ‎being reported, employers have begun asking with greater frequency what should they do to prepare their company and employees for such an event. ‎As an employer, what are your legal responsibilities if a shooting‎‎ occurs in your workplace or at a company-sponsored or sanctioned event? For you and your employees, what are the recommended survival strategies? Are employers obligated to offer survival training? Are employers liable if they don't? These questions and many more were addressed. Click Here to watch video.


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