Active Shooter, Workplace Violence Preparedness for Managers

Active Shooter, Workplace Violence Preparedness for Managers

March 18, 2020, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Sands 302

This is a comprehensive presentation which focuses on management, both with respect to facilitating workplace violence prevention and managing the aftermath of an incident. Topics discussed during this presentation include basic statistics, business impact, legal exposure, security guard responsibilities, organizational responsibilities, workplace violence program development processes, and training considerations. This presentation is focused on providing insight on the topic of workplace violence and active shooter preparedness. After this presentation is conclude they will have tough questions on preparedness which they will be able to take back to their respective organizations to answer.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand legal exposure vulnerabilities organizations face if an active shooter or workplace violence situation occurs.
2. Learn how to audit your organization’s current security posture and evaluate training.
3. Learn how to begin creating a workplace violence/active shooter preparedness program for your organization.


  • James Cameron



    Security Concpets Group

    James Cameron is an ASIS International, Board Certified Protection Professional, CPP with 15 years’ of international experience.  He currently is a...


  1. Track
    Risk Management/Public Safety

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