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Alabama Workplace Violence Prevention Poster

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Show your good faith compliance with new state law
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Alabama Act 2013-283 states that a public or private employer may not restrict or prohibit the transportation or storage of a lawfully possessed firearm or ammunition in an employee’s privately owned motor vehicle while parked or operated in a public or private parking area. The employer may, however, restrict or prohibit its employees from carrying firearms while on the employer’s property or while engaged in the duties of the person’s employment. Alabama Act 2013-283 went into effect August 1, 2013 making it lawful for employees to store a legally owned weapon in their private vehicle.

The Alabama “Guns in the Parking Lot” notice also reflects information regarding workplace violence and what an employee should know when confronted with a workplace violence issue. All Alabama employers are recommended to post a notice with information regarding workplace violence prevention. Our Alabama “Guns in the Parking Lot” poster will help employers communicate the new law to employees and avoid violations.

Who Needs It

All Alabama businesses are recommended to post a notice with information regarding workplace violence due to the new “Guns in the Parking Lot” law.


Inform your employees of their rights
Posting a notice conspicuously in the workplace regarding workplace violence will help communicate the new law specifications to employees. The poster will demonstrate the employer has purchased and displayed the poster in good faith.

Our laminated Alabama “Guns in the Parking Lot” poster is the easiest and most effective way of communicating the rights of your employees under Alabama Act 2013-283.

Our 8.5’’ x 11’’ Alabama “Guns in the Parking Lot” poster includes the following information:

  • 5 Ways to Protect Yourself
  • Recognize the Warning Signs
  • Employer Workplace Violence Prevention Policy
  • What About Firearms in the Employer Parking Lot?
  • Violence Response Procedures
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