Human trafficking is the second largest criminal enterprise in the world. Businesses and individuals can help end this practice through awareness, pre-employment checks, eliminating risky partnerships, and connecting with the community. Ensure your business promotes safety for all workers and take action to curb this practice through strong policies and trusting relationships.
Creating or changing a safety culture in the workplace can be an intimidating process. Through strategic action, manageable goals, and employee engagement, small changes can lead to great results. Working as a team, your organization can address and identify areas for improvement and take steps to promoting a safe, secure working environment.
Many standards guide businesses when it comes to ensuring a safe workplace for your employees. Part of that is having a plan to respond to emergencies. The lack of a plan can cost a business tens of thousands of dollars. Start preparing today to protect yourself tomorrow.
Hospitals, churches, and schools are often targets of shooting incidents due to open access to the facilities and constant pedestrian traffic. There are simple, cost-free steps you can take to make your organization safer to protect against an armed intruder.