No employer doing business in the state of Nevada shall restrict the possession or carry of firearms by their employees beyond that which is prescribed by specific statute. No employer doing business in the state of Nevada shall deny employment, terminate employment or discriminate against an employee based on the exercise an employee's right to be lawfully armed while on the job, going from or coming to their place of employment.
The provisions of this statute apply to only those employees that may otherwise be in possession of a firearm.
Employers may prohibit the carry and possession of firearms by their employees if
(a) An armed security force maintains one armed security agent for every 50 disarmed employees, and;
(b) All entrances are monitored and access to the public is controlled and screened for deadly weapons and;
(c) Employees are given a secure location to check and secure their firearms while their duties require them to be within controlled entry locations.
(d) Those employees who's duties are outside of controlled entry points where access to the public is uncontrolled or unscreened may not be prohibited from possessing or carrying a firearm.
Limitation of liability;
(a) The employer, proprietor or property owner shall be held harmless from any liability as a result of the discharge of firearms by their employees unless,
1. The discharge was lawfull
2. The employer, proprietor knew that an unlawful discharge would occur and
3. had a reasonable means to prevent an unlawful discharge
(b) The discharge of a firearm for the purpose of this subsection is considered lawful if a reasonable person would conclude that the person who discharged the firearm had a genuine fear for their life or limb. For example but not limited to the following; An assailant presents a threat with anything that could be used as a weapon such as but not limited to a firearm, knife, club, improvised weapon or other implement that would otherwise inflict bodily injury, an assailant presents a threat and a significant size disparity exists, Multiple assailants present a threat.
(c) If subsection (a) 1 and 2 do not apply, only the person who discharged the firearm may be deemed liable for any unlawful discharge.