The "prohibited behavior" section doesn't specifically have a clause exempting lawful possession/use on company property. My read would be: they'd take a dim view of it, unless you get specific clarification to the contrary.
The laws in most cases do not specify where one may carry a firearm, they specify places one cannot. That could be a weaselly way of blocking carry on company property, as no law specifically allows it.Weapons will not be permitted on Company property in any area not expressly and specifically authorized by law.
Agree. The position is a CYA statement, and it smells heavily of their not wanting to acknowledge acceptable carry of weapons of any sort.This, to me, sounds like double-speak...and they want employees to self-identify if they have weapons in the car, even though you are NOT breaking any laws.
Sometimes it may not pay to find out EXACTLY what they mean. If it is vaguely written and open to interpretation...that is "wiggle room" should the SHTF. IMO.I follw the "Don't ask, don't tell" policy at work. I also follow my policy of "since you made such a stupid policy, I not saving your butt when SHTF"