Tag: training

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NIOSH Provides Virtual Toolkit for First Responders to Address Illicit Drugs

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has released a new virtual toolkit to help first responders reduce their exposure to fentanyl and other illicit drugs. The toolkit provides resources to help keep first responders safe when arriving on a scene where illicit drugs, including fentanyl, are present or suspected to be present.

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Workplace Violence Prevention Efforts Require Holistic, Scalable Approach

As we have been inundated with media coverage of mass shootings, the public at large has been polarized in its response. However, the efforts to protect employees cannot stall due to polarized ideas to stem the tide. The root causes and sources of the violence are varied, no single or simple prevention or mitigation strategy […]

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Chicago Incident (Among Others) Exemplifies the Wrong Way to Do Active Shooter Drills

It’s good practice for security executives to work with Human Resources to develop an organization-wide policy regarding how to respond in the event of an active shooter in the workplace. It’s even better to notify every employee in the organization of the policy and conduct regular training on the procedures. But it’s a bad idea […]