Barry Brandman, President/CEO of Danbee Investigations, a Featured Speaker at an “Active Shooters in the Workplace” Seminar Hosted by Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A.

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Recent events underscore the importance of mitigating risk and knowing how to react to violence in the workplace.

Barry Brandman

With the recent shootings at the Excel Industries, Hesston, Kansas facility so soon after the December 2015 incident at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, companies are justifiably concerned about this growing threat.

The law firm of Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. will hold a seminar at their Bridgewater, New Jersey offices on March 30, 2016 that will feature Barry Brandman, President/CEO of Danbee Investigations, as one of the speakers. His presentation will explain how companies can best prevent and respond to these types of incidents.

More than half of shooter incidents in the United Sates occur in a commercial, business or education environment. According to an FBI study of Active Shooter Incidents between 2003 – 2013, there were 1,043 casualties with 486 of these resulting in fatalities.

“Workplace violence, especially when lethal weapons are involved, is becoming all too commonplace. With the recent shootings at the Excel Industries, Hesston, Kansas facility so soon after the December 2015 incident at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, companies are justifiably concerned about this growing threat,” explains Barry Brandman.

The speakers at this seminar include Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. attorneys David E. Cassidy and Keya C. Denner, as well as Brandman and Jack DeLorenzo from Danbee Investigations.

“Jack and I will be explaining how companies can reduce their risk by being strategically proactive, recognizing the characteristics of a current or former employee who may be a potential active shooter threat, how to respond should you find yourself in an active shooter situation, as well as how to properly interact with law enforcement when they arrive,” explains Barry Brandman. “More than half of these workplace attacks are over prior to uniformed police or SWAT teams responding, so it’s imperative to know what to do. Having this knowledge can literally mean the difference between life or death.”

ABOUT DANBEE INVESTIGATIONS:

Danbee Investigations, headquartered in Fair Lawn, NJ, (http://www.danbeeinvestigations.com) is one of the most respected names in the corporate security industry, providing consulting and investigative services that include designing companywide asset protection programs, vulnerability assessments, an employee Hotline program, security auditing and specialized training. Their clients include Fortune 100 corporations as well as privately held companies and law firms both domestically and internationally.

SEMINAR PRESENTERS:

David E. Cassidy, Esq., Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A – David has extensive experience representing management in labor and employment matters. He regularly litigates employment claims in state and federal court and before the American Arbitration Association. He also advises clients during union organizing campaigns, and represents clients in representation and unfair labor practice charge proceedings before the National Labor Relation Board.

Keya C. Denner, Esq., Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. – Keya has extensive litigation experience representing management in matters ranging from breach of employment agreements and restrictive covenants to discrimination, disability, and wage and hour violations under federal and state laws. He also advises clients during union organizing campaigns, and represents clients in representation and unfair labor practice charge proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board.

Barry Brandman, Danbee Investigations – Barry is President/CEO of Danbee Investigations. He has over 30 years’ experience designing asset protection programs for companies domestically and internationally and has also been a consultant with the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Barry has authored two security manuals, Security Best Practices and The Executive’s Guide to Business Security, as well as articles for numerous publications, including Security Management, Corporate Security, and Risk Management. He has appeared on network television and been interviewed by USA Today, and Forbes.

Jack DeLorenzo, Danbee Investigations – Jack, a 25-year Law Enforcement veteran and former detective captain, is a certified instructor in active shooter situations, firearms, and terrorism awareness. He has completed numerous FBI training courses and is also certified by the U.S. Department of Justice as both a Community Terrorism Awareness Instructor as well as a School Resource Officer.

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