Active Shooter Awareness for Educational Institutions
We hear about a shooting in a school, college, university or other workplace setting every few months now, in both large and small towns. Just watch your local news and you will see that over the past few years there has been a significant increase in the number of indiscriminate shootings of innocent people in schools and other public buildings. The first people on the scene of these types of incidents are school officials – administrators, teachers and other employees. This has put the school employee in the forefront of a crisis. This training course is designed for school administrators, public safety/security officers, and other school officials who may be initially faced with handling a crisis within their school until a law enforcement presence can be established.
Violent incidents, including but not limited to: acts of terrorism, an active shooter, assaults, or other incidents of workplace violence can occur in the school, college, or university setting or in close proximity with little or no warning.
Emergency Action Plan Development
An emergency action plan (EAP) is a written document for the purpose of facilitating and organizing employer and employee actions through pre-determined guidelines during workplace emergencies. The reason for having an emergency plan is simple — to save lives and protect property.
Physical Security Assessment Program
All facilities face a certain level of risk associated with various threats. These threats may be the result of natural events, accidents, or intentional acts to cause harm. Regardless of the nature of the threat, building officials and facility owners have a responsibility to limit or manage risks from these threats to the extent possible.