Best of luck with your proposal. The topic has come up a few times at my work as many of us including supervisors have ccw permits. In CA at least, it would be too involved and be too much of a liability for the company. If you did ever shoot someone, the first thing that the lawyer for the guy you shot is going to ask is did you have a permit, does company policy allow you to carry while on the clock, does your company provide firearms training to be sure you know what you are doing? The last one is where the liability lies I think. No company is going to back you if you do shoot someone on the clock. Too much money for them to risk paying out in a lawsuit. I'm sure things are different in other states, but here in CA everyone likes to sue, and companies don't like to take on any risk.