Increase your workforce's chances of survival in an active shooter event.
OSHA General Clause and Business Safety
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Prepare your Employees for Workplace Violence. Protect your Brand.
Businesses are vulnerable to the potential aftermath of a active shooter, aggressive intruder or mass shooting event. To meet OSHA’s General Duty Clause, each company should be prepared to protect their employees from potential workplace violence should they occur. ALICE Training provides you and your employees with strategic response protocols that are designed to help counter violent actions. Our training business program increases the chances of survival for your workplace and employees in addition to protecting your brand reputation and minimizing litigation fees and other fines.
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Whether you’re a small business or a Fortune 500 company – we’ve got you covered.
76% of Incidents Take place at a Business Location.
The “it won’t happen here” mentality is so pervasive that many companies are ill-equipped to prevent workplace violence and unprepared to respond to a crisis. Many have no mass shooting prevention and intervention program, or have cobbled together some well-meaning (but misguided) policies.
“Attacks at restricted commercial facilities, such as office building, factories and warehouses, occurred at approximately the same frequency as attacks at open commercial facilities such as retail stores or restaurants.” Combined, 76% of all incidents studied in the report took place somewhere other than schools.
Source: NYPD “Active Shooter Recommendation and Analysis for Risk Mitigation, 2010 & 2012.
Workplace Shootings Raise Awareness Among HR Managers.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to HR management representing over 250,000 members in over 140 countries. Their 2011 guidance states, “An organization should, to the best of its ability, engage in efforts designed to prevent the most extreme forms of violence, such as deadly shootings.”
Certify your Staff as part of your Workplace Violence Program.
Organizations who understand the importance of ensuring safety during high impact events such as aggressive intruders or workplace shootings are using the ALICE certification training throughout their facilities.
Protect yourself against OSHA’s General Duty Clause.
All employers have a duty to provide their employees with a workplace free from recognized hazards likely to cause death or serious physical harm [General Duty Clause 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety & Health ACT]. Recent court rulings throughout the country have allowed negligence suits filed by victims of violent intruders and workplace shootings to proceed against employers for failing to provide defensive training to their employees. In other words, companies can no longer avoid their corporate responsibility to provide training on how to react if confronted by a violent intruder or mass shooting situation.
Video Highlights – Business and Workplace Violence Training Videos
Lowe’s Donates ‘Go Buckets’ to Claymont for Mass Shooting Situations
The New Philadelphia Lowe’s store has made a donation to Claymont City Schools of 212 5-gallon buckets full of essential items needed in case a violent intruder gained entry to a building. The donation grew out of training that school employees received through the ALICE Training Institute. ALICE stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate. Read more
Workplace Shooting Training for Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries
Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries is teaming up with the ALICE Training Institute to offer a special two-day training course designed to teach participants how to survive violent intruder or active shooter incidents on October 7 and 8. Officials say the training course will take place at Goodwill’s Administrative Offices in Springfield. Read more
Colorado Issues – ALICE Training to Prevent Workplace Violence
ALICE Training Institute recently was in Denver training businesses and non-profits on preparedness in the event of workplace shootings. Greg Crane is the founder of the institute and tells what people can do before law enforcement arrives when faced with an active shooter or mass shooting situation. Read more
“I recently completed the instructors’ class, and enjoyed every moment of it. I am a retired soldier of 27 years, and as many know, the military has some very intense and motivational training. However, in all my years of training, classroom and exercises, and as well with my current civilian job, there has never been one course taken that I have a 100% buy in. Not until this one!!! If there is such a thing as a 200% buy in, then I am there. Our instructor was tremendous, and his level of knowledge was impeccable. Great Job ALICE Staff, Great Program. I take ownership in your program now because I have taken it to heart and I intend on being a part of the solution to ensure the safety of my community and students!!!” January 2015
Frank Murphy, Director, Marshall Co. Emergency Management
“If you ever have the opportunity to attend an ALICE Training, do it! You will never regret it!! It will impact you and empower you. Best training I’ve ever attended, and now have the privilege to teach.” August 2015
Kathy Clark Hockett, Worker's Comp Safety, Wyoming Life Resource Center