In the wake of the Sandy Hook mass shooting tragedy, MSA President, Michael O'Neil spoke to Inc. Magazine about what companies can do to keep employees safe. The active shooter event Sandy Hook raises important questions about workplace violence, response to these unlikely, though deadly, active shooter events, and how to best prepare for these scenarios. Mr. O'Neil, a founder of the NYPD Counterterrorism Division, provides crucial tips for keeping employees safe.
"This active-shooter phenomenon has been growing and the consequences seem to get larger after each episode," Mr. O'Neil said. "Education about this threat is a big part in preparing for it. You need to get your employees to think, God forbid, this thing happens, what are we going to do?"
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