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Chamber to offer shooter-readiness seminar

Program teaches what to do if gunman comes to workplace

6:17 PM, Dec. 31, 2012
Mark Pankow
Mark Pankow
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A seminar that will teach business owners and employees how to respond to violence in the workplace has sold out, prompting organizers to create a second session for those who want to learn what to do if an armed madman comes to work.

Be Prepared for an Active Shooter, the program offered by the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce, has attracted the attention of individuals, business owners and school officials, marketing and program director Karen Nerison said. Nerison said the program was planned well before the Dec. 14 school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., that ...

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