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Nexteer Automotive Training Center

Active Shooter Survival: What's Your Plan? | Saginaw

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

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Active Shooter Survival: What's Your Plan? |  Saginaw
Active Shooter Survival: What's Your Plan? |  Saginaw

Time & Location

Apr 08, 2024, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Nexteer Automotive Training Center, 3900 E Holland Rd, Saginaw, MI 48601, USA

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About the event

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

Seminar Content:

Lessons Learned – Past active shooter / assailant incidents

Best Practices – Department of Homeland Security / OSHA Guidelines / ASIS Standard.

Red Flags – Assessing people of concern:

  • Who are the "bad guys"?
  • Behavioral indicators of aggressive people

Developing an Employee "Survival Mentality"

  • How do “real people” react during “real” active shooter incidents
  • Fight, Flight, Freeze, Act!

Shots Fired! “The First 30 Seconds"

  • Survival choices - Evade, Barricade, Engage
  • Defending yourself and your space – reacting to intruders
  • DHS Suggestions of run, hide, fight - disrupting, distracting, engaging the perpetrator

Managing the Aftermath

  • Reducing employee trauma

Developing a Comprehensive Workplace Violence Prevention Program

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Event Directions:

From I-75, take M-46 east to Towerline Road (second traffic light). Turn right on Towerline, cross the railroad track, and look for the event parking signs. Proceed towards the front of the lot and enter at the turnstiles. Security will grant you access.

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Program co-sponsors: Nexteer Automotive, MIOSHA. Center for Workplace Violence Prevention, Incident Management Team

Event Information:  Contact Jeff Ashley, Global Security Director. 248-904-0118

Trainer: Dr. Kenneth Wolf (248) 217-1677 Email: kwolfphd@theimt.org

Dr. Kenneth Wolf has conducted violence prevention and threat assessment trainings for Fortune 500 companies Dr. Kenneth Wolf has conducted violence prevention and threat assessment trainings for Fortune 500 companies, governmental entities, educational institutions and healthcare organizations. Dr. Wolf has responded to U.S. Post Office shootings and numerous worksite emergencies. He has trained companies in verbal and de-escalation skills with "difficult" and aggressive individuals.

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