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Five Steps To Prepare For An Active Shooter Situation Active shooters in the workplace not only threaten human life and the wellbeing of the workforce, but also threaten business continuity and the very future of the business. According to the Insurance Information Institute, 40 percent of businesses impacted by disaster never reopen their doors. And while organizations are taking workplace violence more seriously, only 41 percent provide training for their employees about workplace violence policies and procedures, according to a University of Iowa 2017 survey. That same survey found fewer than half (48 percent) of businesses provide training to frontline…

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