Workplace Violence and Safety Series, Part I—The Fatal Flaw in Your Active Shooter Response
Who Should Attend
Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions professionals, including company owners, corporate executives, staffing managers, human resource professionals and operations staff
An active shooter incident will unfold at lightning speed in terrifying conditions. The deadliest phase of an active shooter incident is over in the first four to eight minutes, before public safety officers can arrive. This means that if an incident takes place at your firm, your employees are the first responders. If your firm has an emergency response protocol, it may have a fatal flaw if it does not address the lethal first four to eight minutes by teaching your employees how to respond and your emergency team know to take command.
In this webinar, you will learn how to create plans and procedures and how to train your emergency team and rank-and-file employees.
During this webinar, attendees will learn
- How to create plans and procedures and how to train your emergency team and rank-and-file employees
- What laws and regulations are applicable to tactical planning and training
- The larger causes of lethal events in the workplace
- How an emergency response plan can expose your firm to liability claims
Bo Mitchell, president, 911 Consulting
This webinar qualifies for 1.0 legal continuing education hour toward maintaining your ASA credential.