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Active Shooter Survival: What is Your Plan? | Canton

The analysis of Active Shooter incidents at malls, manufacturing facilities, healthcare, offices, houses of worship, colleges, schools and public settings have suggested preventive strategies to increase employee survival. This training will focus on helping employees develop...

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Active Shooter Survival: What is Your Plan? | Canton
Active Shooter Survival: What is Your Plan? | Canton

Time & Location

Mar 14, 2023, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Canton, 50400 Cherry Hill Rd, Canton, MI 48187, USA

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About the event

About the Training:

The analysis of Active Shooter incidents at malls, manufacturing facilities, healthcare, offices, houses of worship, colleges, schools and public settings have suggested preventive strategies to increase employee survival. This training will focus on helping employees develop strategies to prepare for, train to survive, and “choices” to consider in reacting to active shooter and workplace violence incidents.

The training will discuss “best Practices” of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Guidelines of Run, Hide, Fight. Tactical employee self-protection and survival choices will be suggested through analysis of videos of actual active shooter incidents.

Active Shooter Seminar Content:

- “Lessons Learned” from past Active Shooter / Assailant Incidents

- “Best Practices” and Department of Homeland Security / OSHA Guidelines.

-  “Red Flags” – Assessing People of Concern:

     o Who are the "Bad Guys"?

     o Behavioral Indicators of Aggressive People

-  Developing an Employee "Survival Mentality"

     o How do “Real People” react during “Real” Active Shooter Incidents

     o Human Emotional and Physical Reactions to Violent Encounters

- Shots Fired! “The First 30 Seconds”

     o “Defending” Yourself and Your Space – Reacting to Intruders

     o DHS Suggestions of Run, Hide, Fight - Disrupting, Distracting, Engaging the Perpetrator

     o Survival “choices” to consider during active assailant encounters

- Managing the Aftermath

    o Reducing Employee Trauma

- Developing a Comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention Program

This MIOSHA CET program is designed to encourage participants to understand types of violent threats and to assist employers enhance their existing health and safety program capabilities.

This program is co-sponsored by:

Canton Township

MIOSHA CET Division

Center for Workplace Violence Prevention

Incident Management Team, Inc.

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