Active Shooter Essentials How to Develop a Survivor Mindset and Fight Back

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Active Shooter Essentials How to Develop a Survivor Mindset and Fight Back

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.

As a last resort, and only when life is in imminent danger, the Department of Homeland Security recommends that you attempt to disrupt or incapacitate the Active Shooter. For this reason, it’s important to develop a survivor mindset and have some skills and impromptu weapons if the need arises. Join Security and Active Shooter Mitigation expert Jon Sowell as we discuss the basic principles of how to prevent, mitigate and respond during an active shooter situations with an emphasis on self-defense. Your safety is our top concern, prepare yourself, and protect your employees. The webinar will be interactive and will allow for questions and interaction at the end of the presentation so you will have the opportunity to start taking the steps you need to be prepared.

This webinar was delivered on 11/10/2016.

By | 2018-11-15T16:20:30+00:00 November 11th, 2016|Active Shooter Mitigation, Active Shooter Response, Videos|Comments Off on Active Shooter Essentials How to Develop a Survivor Mindset and Fight Back

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