Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017
Duration : 90 Minutes
This program has been approved for 1.5 PDCs
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Any employer is 18 times more likely to experience workplace violence (WPV) than a fire at work. We deploy fire preventions systems in every facility. Yet the vast majority of employers don’t do anything about WPV. Sure, your management has a WPV policy. They’re against it. But, there are no prevention protocols; no reporting procedures; no response procedures; no team created and deployed to command and control response; no training of employees. There has been a sharp spike in Active Shooter incidents, 70% of which occur in businesses versus campuses. 3 people die and 3+ are injured in the average Active Shooter incident. Active shooters strike malls, high rises, healthcare and factories as well as campuses. Your response is dramatically different at each site. You will learn how to create plans and procedures and how to train your emergency team and rank-and-file employees.
- Latest Active Shooters trends (Recent Case Studies)
- What are the facts and myths of WPV?
- What are the laws, regulations and standards that control policy, procedures and training re WPV?
- What is the research on Active Shooters?
- What’s the best way to train for WPV and Active Shooters?
- How to protect your management’s posterior?
- What’s the research on Active Shooters?
- What’s the profile of the perpetrator?
- What is the Active Shooter Protocol being used by your police department?
- How should you plan for an Active Shooter in your workplace?
- How do you train for an Active Shooter in your workplace?
The deadly phase of an active shooter in your workplace is over in the first four to eight minutes, statistically before the police can arrive and deploy. This means your employees are the first responders. An active shooter incident will unfold at lightning speed in terrifying conditions. The fatal flaw: your current response does not address the lethal first four to eight minutes for your employees to respond and your emergency team to take command. This session will give you insights on how you and your employees should plan, train and exercise for this growing and foreseeable emergency. We’ll profile the likely perpetrator, likely motives and then how you should plan and train your employees to stay safe.
Who will Benefit:
- Human Resource Professionals
- Emergency Prep Coordinators
- Threat Assessment Teams
- Safety Managers
- Law enforcement officers
- Top Management
- Facility Managers