A study conducted by the John Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response examines hospital shootings.
Proper training can help ensure that security officers know what to do when called to the scene of an incident involving a disruptive person who may be anywhere on a continuum of violence in the workplace.
A factsheet from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission offers guidance to employers on how to apply employment discrimination laws to victims of domestic violence. The factsheet offers scenarios and examples of how companies might unintentionally run afoul of federal law.
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