Gun Safety Case Study

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When thinking of a business to start, I was looking for something that I felt had a chance to succeed along with something that would have a positive effect on the community. This part of the state in particular, is filled with hunters and gun enthusiasts. To go along with that, there has been a push for more control due to the numerous unfortunate events of gun related deaths that were the result of being uneducated about proper gun safety and proper gun handling. With that being said, I believe that a rifle range that would include more than just aiming at targets would have a lot of upside in the community. The name of the business will be Affinity Range. Affinity is defined as liking or sympathy towards something. The business will…show more content…
These standards are set by people involved with the company including employees, customers, competitors, and interest groups. I believe that having a company that is well respected within the company and those in community as a good place to work at or visit, you must start out by bringing in good people to work there. This is something that should be looked into when doing interviews. Once you have your staff, training should be developed that happens a few times throughout the year that all employees must go through. Would also develop some documentation that is available to the public. This will encourage customers to come in knowing that they can be expected to be treated…show more content…
Social responsibility differs from ethics in part because it focuses on the entire company not just individuals. With there being a push for more regulation of guns in the United States, there will be the need to have a positive influence on the community. There has been countless tragedies involving guns. This company will raise awareness on gun safety through safety training and beginner courses for those that are unfamiliar with guns. Before going onto a range, customers will required to go through a quick safety video. We want a community that are responsible owners of fire arms because they are dangerous and should be handled with cautiously. We want customers to be comfortable and feel safe when they come into the
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