Are your employees prepared for workplace violence? Most are not says attorney Travis Vance. Employers, he writes, should “develop specific training based on your work setting, location and security layout, as well as general situational awareness.” Employers can also protect their workplaces by developing and reinforcing policies about respect, professionalism, bullying, and rage at work. “Educate your employees to recognize unacceptable behavior and train your supervisors to address it before it advances to violence, writes Vance. You can read more of his suggestions on how to prepare for workplace emergencies at Vegas Inc.