Make Active Shooter Preparedness Part of Your BC Program
Tragically, active shooter events are now 18 times more likely than workplace fires. This makes them a recognized hazard per OSHA. As your legal obligation to provide an environment safe against workplace violence continues to evolve, so should your best practices. By incorporating active shooter training into your existing Business Continuity program under the umbrella of life safety; you can guard against this growing threat with minimal disruption, fear, or employee angst. This playbook addresses regulatory concerns and legal obligations; know when to run, hide, or fight; how to build an effective active-shooter program; choosing the right trainer; and how to manage emergency communications effectively.