Recent tragic mass shootings in the United States and abroad have had global reverberations. These events also leave employers grappling with questions about steps they should take – or are legally obligated to take -- to keep employees safe from harm in the workplace. Under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act, all employers have a general duty to provide a safe workplace for employees. Join Littler Mendelson attorney Terri M. Solomon, an industry authority in preventing workplace violence, to discuss common employer questions:
Policies and practices to increase awareness, recognition, and reporting of actual or potential incidents of workplace violence
Warning signs of workplace violence
Assessing your risk and deploying proportionate measures
Whether you should conduct “active shooter” training.