Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. active shooter articles below.
View this free video webinar and learn practical tactics that enhance the ability to respond to crises and emergencies.
The free workplace violence and active shooter training seminar for business leaders and C-suite executives attracted nearly 200 attendees in Florida. More are planned across the U.S.
Collaborative Response Graphics® provides a solution to the biggest challenges first responders face during active school shooter incidents.
When it comes to workplace safety, employers often miss the mark in critical communication and planning, according to a recent Rave Mobile Safety survey.
Attack Resistant Openings were developed with K-12 schools and colleges in mind, and have become popular for offices, places of worship, libraries, and other public buildings.
In response to the rising toll of active shooter and hostile events, NFPA is fast-tracking a new standard for unified response.
Following the church massacre in Texas this weekend, CAIR is urging all houses of worship to take extra security precautions using its "Best Practices for Mosque and Community Safety" booklet.
Presented by Facility Executive magazine earlier this week, the conference brought together facilities professionals and other industry experts to discuss technology, energy, security, workplace design, and more.
By integrating the Guardian System with the Everbridge CEM platform, facility and security management can better respond to active shooter situations.
Occupant safety a concern? Attend this one-day event in Chicago this October that includes a talk on "Workplace Violence And The Active Shooter" for facilities.
Registration is now open for Facility Executive Live!, a new one-day event tailored to the needs of busy facility management professionals.
Learn what your organization can do to be prepared for the evolving active shooter threat with a new eBook from Everbridge.
Two-thirds of organizations name an active shooter as a top threat, but 79 percent are not fully prepared, more than 60 percent run no readiness drills.