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Workplace violence is a significant problem for employers. Recent well-publicized tragedies, such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings and the Aurora, Colo., movie theater attack, show just how devastating acts of violence can be. While high-profile incidents are comparatively rare, numerous other acts of violence occur in workplaces every day, whether they are fatal attacks, violent robberies or fights on a factory floor. Employers often feel powerless in the face of random acts of violence, but the fact remains that they are responsible for the safety of their clients and workforces. This Business Insurance white paper explains how companies can prepare to respond to incidents of workplace violence and prevent incidents from occurring. View a sample.