Retailers’ Active Shooter Training Is Hurt by Turnover, Implementation

By Olivia Rockeman | August 8, 2019

  • August 8, 2019 at 1:42 pm
    rob says:
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    i don’t care what your political affiliation is, I think we can all agree that it’s sad we even need to discuss this. when i was a kid, your biggest fear was the local bully who might trip you while you were walking to class.

  • August 9, 2019 at 12:14 pm
    Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU says:
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    For insurers, mass shootings raise the question whether to add coverage for “psychological” property damage. The idea was once laughable, but there is a real impact if a property can no longer be used for its original purposes after a traumatic event, even if it has sustained only minor physical damage, or none at all.

    We all know of examples of functional buildings torn down after an attack–Sandy Hook Elementary School, the San Ysidro McDonald’s, and more. Others have reopened, such as the Aurora movie theater. Would replacement coverage relieve property owners of an unavoidable cost or encourage them to abandon otherwise sound properties?

    Consider that residents of Jefferson County, Col. have had to consider whether to tear down Columbine High School, although it has functioned as a high school for 20 years since the infamous shooting, because it continues to be a site of bizarre fascination for some. Chilling.

  • August 14, 2019 at 2:29 pm
    Caldude says:
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    Sounds like some company needs to purchase a LMS for employee training.

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