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  • In the wake of recent shootings, Four C’s Construction takes part in an active shooter drill

    Instructors from KSL Inc. (Knowledge Saves Lives) instruct employees of Four C’s Construction in safety drills in case of an active shooter in the workplace, and methods to help keep employees safe as possible.

Instructors from KSL Inc. (Knowledge Saves Lives) instruct employees of Four C’s Construction in safety drills in case of an active shooter in the workplace, and methods to help keep employees safe as possible. John Walker The Fresno Bee
Instructors from KSL Inc. (Knowledge Saves Lives) instruct employees of Four C’s Construction in safety drills in case of an active shooter in the workplace, and methods to help keep employees safe as possible. John Walker The Fresno Bee

In wake of rampage, one Fresno firm trains staff on active shooter response

May 26, 2017 4:45 PM