Situational Awareness in an Active Shooter Situation

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Situational Awareness in an Active Shooter Situation

Active Shooter incidents have grown at an alarming rate since 2000. Yet the FBI reported most companies are not prepared to respond to an Active Shooter or workplace violence crisis. Over 76% of Active Shooter Incidents take place at a business or commerce and 43% of these incidents cease before law enforcement arrive. You and your team need to be prepared to mitigate and respond if this scenario ever occurs at your work, school, or a public place.

Acknowledging and communicating unusual behavior or activity in your workplace can potentially prevent an Active Shooter Incident or, at the very least, increase your response time and possibly save lives. Join Security and Active Shooter Response expert Jonathan Sowell as we focus on techniques to improve your Situational Awareness and the importance of quick response in the event of an active shooter situation. Your safety is our top concern, prepare yourself, and protect your employees. Engage in real time exercises to prepare you with the essential skills needed to mitigate, respond to and survive an Active Shooter Incident.

Webinar originally aired January 12, 2017.

By | 2017-03-23T07:04:03+00:00 January 13th, 2017|Active Shooter Mitigation, Active Shooter Response, Resources, Videos|Comments Off on Situational Awareness in an Active Shooter Situation

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