Emergency Lockdown Systems For Schools & Businesses

Safety in the Workplace – Perpetrators of workplace shootings

Lost in the myriad of the news stories this weekend as we celebrated our independence was a spate of unfortunate incidents of murder-suicide in the workplace. On Friday, in Belton, Missouri, a Kansas City man shot and killed his estranged wife outside her place of employment then killed himself a short time later. On Sunday, […]

FacilitiesNet: Preparing for the Worst: Protecting Employees from Active Shooters

SafeDefend’s CEO & Founder Jeff Green authors an article on the actions managers, operators, and owners can take to ensure their facilities are prepared for active shooter situations. “By putting an active shooter protection system in place and training employees, you give them a better chance of returning home to their families every night,” says […]

Equities: Mace Security & SafeDefend to Offer Crisis Protection System to All

Equities’ Destiny Lopez reports on SafeDefend and Mace Security International’s new partnership aimed at creating the premier protection approach for employees, teachers, and students from incidents including active shooters and other emergencies. “We are extremely pleased to partner with SafeDefend and look forward to enhancing the safety of civilians all over the country,” says John […]

FMLink: SafeDefend, Mace Security provide protection tools to schools, workplaces

FMLink reports on SafeDefend’s new partnership with Mace Security International. SafeDefend’s proprietary active shooter and incident preparations program will combine with Mace Brand personal protection products to create a premier protection approach for workplaces and schools. Full story.

KSHB 41: Kansas city school uses unique safety system

KSHB 41’s Ariel Rothfield reports on Blue Ridge Christian’s security system and active shooter response training through SafeDefend. “It (SafeDefend) gives us something we can do. Instead of just sitting and waiting for something bad to happen, we can be proactive instead of reactive,” says high school Bible teacher Matt Rogers. In total, the school has […]