2006 Weapons in the Workplace
Presenting the results of a human resource survey, this report presents and comparatively examines the practices and policies various organizations implemented to address the issue of employee-owned or acquired weapons in the workplace. The report answers questions such as, What type of weapons policies were developed? What types of weapons were included in them? How were the policies communicated to employees and other persons at the work site? and How were they enforced? Also addressed is how to respond to violations and convey the policies to visitors.
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