|August 2010 ♦ Vol. 5, Issue 8|
If an office building catches fire, the building management team or the security director will call for an evacuation. But what if spring weather produces a tornado? Instead of an evacuation, staying put or sheltering in place might make more sense.
"A tornado, a bomb threat in a nearby building, a chemical spill, an active shooter, or a terrorist hit that contaminates the area might call for sheltering-in-place," says Geoff Craighead, CPP, a vice president with Universal Protection Service, a security services provider.
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