Security guards fall within an industry that experiences a workplace injury rate of 298 per 10,000 full-time workers with a median of 13 days away from work. (Photo: Sergey Pazharski/Adobe Stock) Security guards fall within an industry that experiences a workplace injury rate of 298 per 10,000 full-time workers with a median of 13 days away from work. (Photo: Sergey Pazharski/Adobe Stock)

The American workplace is grappling with unprecedented challenges that include COVID-19, rapidly rising wages, staffing shortages, supply chain issues and overall economic uncertainty.

With staffing changes and the potential for training gaps, the risk of workplace injuries can rise. Against this backdrop, employers in the security industry have an opportunity to address and potentially mitigate these issues.

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