Reducing Active Shooter Risks at Your Business

November 5, 2017

Active shooting incidents have become more frequent in recent years, and although such tragedies may seem unlikely to affect your organization, shooters frequently target businesses of all sizes. In fact, most active shooting incidents take place in a business setting, according to an FBI report.

Even if your business has comprehensive emergency and evacuation plans, the unique and severe risks associated with shootings call for a custom-built plan to protect your business and employees. Take these steps to prepare your business for an active shooter:

Consider what will happen after an active shooting incident. You may want to plan for employee counseling, business continuity procedures and insurance policies that can help during the recovery process.

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