This course provides guidance and advice on how to anticipate and respond appropriately to an active-shooter incident, including responding appropriately when law enforcement arrives at the scene, recognizing potential workplace-violence indicators so that these types of incidents may be prevented and managing the consequences of an active-shooter incident.
Geography Covered: Americas | Duration: 30 minutes
An active-shooter incident can occur at any time or place. In recent years, mass shootings occurred in the U.S. at workplaces, schools, colleges, a concert, a nightclub, a Planned Parenthood clinic and other locations where the victims were taken off guard.
Proper planning and preparation may help to reduce the probability of an active-shooter event in a workplace or school — and it may minimize the negative impact of such an incident if one occurs. This course is intended to prepare managers and employees to respond to a potential or actual active shooter.
The topics covered in the course include:
- Danger in the Workplace
- What Is an Active Shooter?
- Active-Shooter Warning
- Option 1: Evacuate
- Option 2: Hide
- Option 3: Take Action
- When Law Enforcement Arrives
- Responding to Arrival of Law Enforcement
- Communicating with 911 or Law Enforcement
- Workplace Violence
- After-Action Analysis
- Support and Counseling
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