The horrific Las Vegas mass shooting of innocent concert attendees stunned the world. What was supposed to be a night of fun and entertainment quickly turned into their worst nightmare, which is why David Rodriguez, co-owner of Forseti Protection Group, wants to ensure our community is safe. With active shootings becoming all too common like the South Carolina church shooting and the more recent Tennessee church shooting in September, there is no telling when or where the next act of terror will take place.
“We at Forseti Protection Group would like to express our condolences to the City of Nevada and all families involved,” said Rodriguez. “The recent loss of life in Las Vegas, Nevada is very tragic. We are deeply saddened by this senseless act of cowardliness. Unfortunately this is becoming an everyday occurrence throughout this great country and abroad. During this difficult time we hope we can work with our local community to prepare our schools, religious institutions, workplace and especially our homes to implement an emergency plan of action with regard to active shooters.”
Forseti Protection Group is a Buffalo based emergency strategy and compliance consulting firm, making a difference throughout Western New York by helping to implement the necessary tools needed to combat these unfortunate events.
“Emergency preparedness continues to be an afterthought for most businesses. You need more than IT security. We live in a society where violent, tragic workplace events are happening at a higher frequency. We want to equip every company with strategies to keep their assets safe and save the lives of their employees,” added Rodriguez.
Forseti Protection Group specializes in educating the public on warning signs of potential active shooters -useful in any space, not specific to the workplace. Their uprecedented and unique training classes will provide you with peace of mind knowing you can handle all of life’s uncertainties. For more information on scheduling a readiness assessment with Forseti Protection Group, visit www.forsetiprotection.com.