Hello, I just need some advice. I work at a great place with great people but there is one lady who suffers from bi polar disorder unmedicated. My husband and two children came to visit me at work and she flipped out per her norm at everyone in the office and in front of my kids. She is very dangerous and unpredictable but sometimes she can be really cool. My husband fears for my safety after witnessing what she does and I have to admit I am a little nervous myself. I do not want to leave my job but with my concerns of safety I feel it may best to protect myself and leave until things are taken care of properly. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
Yeah, funny story,...So one afternoon after my shift ended, I ,and several hundred BMWMC employees, start the long walk to the parking lot, to get in the car, and go home. We are met by BMWMC security, (red shirted personnel wearing khaki coloured trousers, none of them looked over thirty), and are told that we should return to the building. Some employees push their way past these "security personnel" and get in their cars and leave. We are informed by management that there is a "bomb" in the parking lot, and when the bomb squad deposes of the device, we may go home. I phone my wife and tell her to come get me at another entrance that is not under threat. The remaining employees are kept for several hours until the "bomb" is determined to be Hayward Pool Sand Filter container. It turns out that an associate on A shift sold it to another associate on B shift. The first associate left it behind the car of the second associate where it was observed by security. The Spartanburg County Sheriff was called and after they arrived on site, confirmed that it was a bomb, (even though it was not). A lot of valuable time wasted for a lot of people.
I am gutted by news from El Paso and Dayton. Yes, I am praying, but we all know that is hardly enough. While we think of how to stop these it is sadly critically important to be ready for them. Reaction seconds are precious. Here is a good government link to help you understand what to do if, God forbid, you find yourself in such a horrific situation.. I suggest you read it and discuss with your loved ones.
This beautiful world can be so sad sometimes. Let’s see, focus and celebrate the beauty but let’s be prepared for those moments when beauty is eclipsed #Safety #drills https://www.ready.gov/active-shooter
Safety has always been my utmost priority as well as great accuracy and ethics. I want people to walk in and know their lights come on as well as everything else. In mission critical situations there is no room for error.