Endorsements to avoid, hopefully, another Husston Kansas

by todaystrainingblog

Here are a few endorsements that I have collected in the past few years on my expertise in workplace violence (WPV) and training people in the areas necessary to protect themselves and employees. Of course these are the best of the best, but… Yes, there are some negative comments, as usual for all speakers & consultants. And if you wish to see those I can post later.

The reason for this post should be abundantly clear to everyone. I wish to train your employees, supervisors, managers, & even the C-suiters. This reason should also be crystal clear as well. I don’t want any more businesses to end up like excel industries in Husston Kansas. As Sheriff T. Walton said “If you think it can’t happen here, then it will happen here”.


An excellent presentation, fast paced, and thorough. The instructor is very knowledgeable about this subject on workplace violence. I highly recommend this class to anyone working in a large or small business.

  1. Spindell


A solid presentation that opened my eyes in how to recognize the behaviors to watch for in advance of a workplace violence incident. The instructor is very well versed in how to prevent this problem from escalating out of control. I strongly encourage all business owners to attend this class.

  1. Ingram

Robert uses the Socratic training method to provide a fun, informative, and effective sessions on a variety of security related topics. After attending several of his classes, I would recommend him as an asset to any company looking to provide training that will engage your employees and increase their retention for information learned.

  1. Mitzner


I wanted to share with you that I am not only aware of Bob’s skills as a consultant, but also his expertise in the workplace violence arena. Bob has written about workplace violence and consulted with companies for many years now and has been a student of ever changing workplace violence issues throughout his entire career. I would not hesitate to recommend that you consider his expertise in workplace violence and his passion for assisting others on this issue.

  1. A. Ramos Sr., CABR, CRM


Robert D. Sollars is a recognized expert on security issues, specifically workplace violence. He’s spent 32 years in the security field. Contact him at 480-251-5197 or Visit his Facebook page, One is too Many. Here you will read about other items related to security & WPV issues. Or be a twitter follower at @robertsollars2.

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