Workplace Shooters: Is your company prepared?
Charlotte City Club
121 W Trade St, Suite 3100
Charlotte, NC 28202
No one can predict when and where another shooting will happen, but with education and training, organizations can take steps to reduce the risk of a shooting happening to them.
Join OSHA and Workplace Safety professionals Orvel Ronk, Travis Vance, Kathleen Zicari and Steve Melton for an informative session that will highlight why it is important for businesses to have an active shooter program.
- What does active shooter training involve?
- How can an employer mitigate millions of dollars in recovery costs?
- What are the benefits to having a complete security and active shooter mitigation, response, and recovery program?
8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Registration and Breakfast
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
About our Speakers
Orvel Ronk educates and trains organizations on how to reduce the risk of workplace violence and active shooter incidents. Prior to founding Ronk Security Solutions, Orvel served as the Active Shooter Program Manager for Marine Corps Installations, as well as the Antiterrorism Program Manager, and Contingency Planning Program Manager after retiring from the U.S Marine Corps.
Travis Vance is an attorney with Fisher Phillips with deep industry knowledge in workplace safety. He has an extensive background in OSHA best practices and works with employers to ensure they are prepared.
Kathleen Zicari is a trusted advisor to America’s best businesses for more than 30 years, providing an array of human resources and business solutions designed to help improve business performance.
Steve Melton, CIC CLU, is a Risk Management professional with 18 years’ in property and casualty and workers compensation insurance. His goal is to educate business leaders on the necessity of consistently evaluating and mitigating potential risk to reduce costs.
The cost to attend this event is $55/person.
Parking provided upon validation.
For any questions, please reach out to Meg Williams at email@example.com.
**This event is pending credit hours for HRCI/SHRM.