$270 Members / $295 Future Members
An active shooter in your workplace killing or attempting to kill people is a horrible situation that no business wants to face. Unfortunately, they are unpredictable, evolve quickly, and cannot be completely prevented. With the proper training, however, you can learn to avert and prepare for potential active shooter situations.
Please join us for this comprehensive, full-day workshop with national experts to learn best practices during active shooter incidents and how to develop strategies to prepare for, train to survive, and recover from the aftermath of active shooter and workplace violence incidents.
You will learn about tactical self-protection and survival choices during active shooter incidents, including video analysis of how “real people” react during “real” shooting events. Don’t miss this opportunity to review active shooter incidents at malls, manufacturing facilities, healthcare, offices, houses of worship, colleges, schools and public settings along with a critical follow-up discussion on suggested preventive activities to increase survival.
- Lessons learned from active shooter incidents
- Office, plant, school, healthcare, public settings
- Benchmarking best practices
- Department of Homeland Security/OSHA guidelines
- How “Real People” react during real active shooter incidents
- Human reactions to combat situations
- Developing an employee "Survival Mentality" – Situational awareness
- Shots fired!
- What to do in the response gap between the first shots fired and arrival of the police
- Defending yourself and your space – Reacting to intruders
- Self-defense reactions to counter aggressive individuals
- When and how to “Run, Hide, Fight”
- Survival strategies and choices
- Considerations on disrupting, distracting, engaging the perpetrator
- Managing the aftermath
- Reducing employee trauma and organizational re-stabilization
- Developing active shooter programs in your organization
- Training employees
- “Stop the Bleed” training
Marilyn Knight, M.S.W. and Kenneth Wolf, Ph.D. have conducted Violence Prevention and Threat Assessment trainings for the United States Postal Service, General Motors, UAW, Chrysler, Eaton Corporation, Intel, Pinkerton, the United States Army, Los Alamos National Laboratory, municipalities, Fortune 500 Companies, schools, Houses of Worship, and healthcare facilities. They have been OSHA and MIOSHA consultants and have assisted organizations develop Comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention / Threat Management Systems, Crisis Recovery Programs and Active Shooter Survival Training and Exercises.
- Six (6) credits for the MI Chamber Basic or Advanced Human Resource Compliance AND Environmental Health & Safety Certification Programs.
- Four and a half (4.5) HR (General) recertification credit hours for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
- Four and a half (4.5) PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.