MT2 Firing Range Services Great Place to Work

MT2 Firing Range Services, the #1 Largest Nationwide Professional Firing Range Lead Reclamation, Maintenance, Cleaning & Construction Contractor for both Indoor and Outdoor Shooting Ranges, announces that it is Great Place to Work-Certified™.

MT2 Firing Range Services Earned Designation as a Great Place to Work Certified™ Company in 2019 | Firing Range Services | Gun Range Cleaning | Firing Range Lead Maintenance | Shooting Range Lead Mining | MT2.com

“We are thrilled to be Great Place to Work-Certified™,” says James M. Barthel, CEO at MT2 Firing Range Services “We make employee experience a priority every day and it means a lot that our em

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Responding to man with gun call: Incoherent subject

"I ordered the subject to stop and drop the weapon. He continued to walk toward me."

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Tactics to clear, secure a building under siege that every cop needs to know

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Improving police training: Should we change subject matter or teaching methods?

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Interview With MT2 Firing Range Services CEO, James Barthel About Firing Range Construction and Design-Build Services

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Adam Kinakin on the narrowing of police use of force options

From banning specific restraints to redefining what is “objectively reasonable,” police use of force is under a nationwide spotlight

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To be an effective supervisor requires a different set of skills than being a police officer – here’s how to attain those skills

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More than 40 percent of all federal criminal provisions have been enacted since 1970. This means that dozens of offenses what were once considered state crimes now fall under federal jurisdiction. It

De-escalation: A commonsense approach

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Gun Range Service Recommendations Go Beyond Addressing Lead Maintenance-Firing Ranges Must Consider If Their FFL Is Next on a Criminal’s Hit List?

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Why mindset matters most when it comes to your health

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How police education and training can contribute to violence reduction

Training isn’t a cure for everything that ails modern policing, but it can do a better job of preparing police to deal with violent crime more effectively

Firearms Firing Range Security

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Quality Data: An Essential Element of Chemical Safety

By Alexandra Dapolito Dunn Assistant Administrator for the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention Good decisions start with good information. As we work through the process to evaluate any

Celebrating a Win-Win: 30 Years of Progress Under the Pollution Prevention Act

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Education Plus Action Equals Healthy Children!

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Join EPA in Observing Children’s Health Month

By Jeanne Briskin Director of the Office of Children’s Health Protection October is Children’s Health Month, a good reminder that children are often more vulnerable to pollutants than adults due t

Observations from MT2 Firing Range Services After Spending a Day in a Concealed Carry Class from Tactical Self Defense and Firearms Company in Colorado

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Celebrating 25 Years of Success: National Environmental Performance Partnership System

By Douglas Benevento Associate Deputy Administrator In May 1995, EPA and the states entered into a joint agreement to establish the National Environmental Performance Partnership System (NEPPS) and co

Public works director in North Carolina Indicted for Illegally Transporting Hazardous Waste From the City’s Shooting Range

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30 Years of Pollution Prevention Builds Stronger, More Sustainable Businesses

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Celebrating Ozone Layer Protection Milestones of the Clean Air Act

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Advancing Chemical Safety by Listening to You

By Alexandra Dapolito Dunn Assistant Administrator for the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention Like many things in life, the way we work to ensure chemical safety is a process. I’m pr

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