Dr. Erroll Southers, TAL Global’s Managing Director, Counter-Terrorism & Infrastructure Protection, was interviewed on CTV News Channel regarding the recent terrorist attack on multiple targets in Paris, France.
Professor Raphael Bostic, the director of the USC Bedrosian Center on Governance, at the USC Price School of Public Policy recently interviewed Dr. Erroll Southers, the Director of Transition and Research Deployment for the USC Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), about the Paris massacre and its ramifications for the world at large and for the US in particular.
Whether it be a political rally in Arizona, a house of worship in South Carolina, or a school in Colorado, the prevalence of firearms abuse in public venues raises, among other questions, the issue of the responsibility of those in charge of the gathering places.
It is undeniable that public venue owners, including movie theater owners and managers, have a duty of care to their patrons who fill their facilities for recreational enjoyment. This duty extends to providing safety from the impulsive behaviors of deranged gun-wielding assassins.
Emergency managers are aware that it is vital for anyone and any business to save as many lives as possible…
It’s not always easy to determine if you’re being bullied at work or you are just the unfortunate recipient of tough, possibly unpleasant, but still legitimate treatment by management or a colleague. Click Here to view a partial list of behaviors that may constitute workplace bullying.
One of the most critical components of a successful Retail Loss Prevention (RLP) program is the ability to gain the full support of your employees in carrying out the company’s loss prevention strategy. So how do you forge a knowledgeable and engaged workforce that will understand, comply with and execute the agreed-on RLP strategy? One way is through an effective awareness program.