Tag: active shooters


Active Shooter: Is Having A Plan Enough?

Active Shooter: Is Having A Plan Enough?

Active shooter incidents continue to occur at an alarming rate. In fact, FBI studies indicate that since the Columbine incident in 1999, active shooter incidents have steadily increased both in frequency and the number of victims involved.

These tragic events remind each of us of the unpredictable nature of troubled minds   Read More


Active Shooter: This Time at UCLA

Active Shooter: This Time at UCLA

We have written a lot about active shooters and workplace violence. Just when you think there is no more to tell, it happens again.
On Wednesday, June 1, terrified students at UCLA used whatever they could to barricade themselves inside classrooms as a crazed gunman, later identified as Maniak Sarkar, stalked   Read More


Workplace Violence: The Tragedies Continue

Workplace Violence: The Tragedies Continue

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 7% of all workplace fatalities are the result of intentional homicide. While active shooter scenarios in the workplace are relatively rare, they result in fatal injuries more often than fires and explosions, getting caught in equipment or machinery, and exposure to hazardous substances   Read More