BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — WIAT 42 News asked UPS what workplace safety procedures they have in place regarding recently terminated employees.
While as of this posting the company has not named the terminated employee who was found dead with the two other UPS employees inside the Birmingham facility Tuesday, WIAT has confirmed through various sources that the alleged shooter Joe Tesney was terminated from UPS Monday.
“Today, our attention is focused on appropriate resources to assist UPS employees in Birmingham. Their safety in the workplace is paramount,” UPS Public Relations Director Susan Rosenberg said in a statement to WIAT 42. “UPS has procedures that engage Human Resources, Operations and Security staff to ensure that safety.”
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