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How to Respond to an Active Shooter

Active shooter situations are an unfortunate reality. Planning and preparation will help an organization reduce the likelihood of such a situation and mitigate the harm if an incident does occur.
SKU: P4280EN
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Active shooter situations are an unfortunate reality. Planning and preparation will help an organization reduce the likelihood of such a situation and mitigate the harm if an incident does occur. This course will advise employees and managers how to respond to an active shooter or other workplace violence situation; outline the components of an emergency action plan and appropriate training; and review the signs of potential workplace violence.

Learning Objectives:

  • List good practices for responding to an active shooter incident in the workplace
  • Outline the contents of an effective emergency action plan (EAP)
  • Identify signs of potential workplace violence 

Course Outline:

  • When an Active Shooter is in Your Vicinity

o   Good practices

o   How to respond: run, hide, fight

o   Providing information to law enforcement or 911 operator

  • How to Prepare Your Organization

o   Training staff

o   Components of an Emergency Action Plan (EAP)

o   Components of training exercises

o   HR responsibilities

o   Facility manager responsibilities

o   Manager responsibilities

  • Potential Workplace Violence

o   Recognizing the signs of potential workplace violence

o   Indicators of potential violence by an employee

  • Managing the Aftermath
  • Conclusion
  • Contact the US Department of Homeland Security for information and assistance 

Targeted Audience:

Bank Management

Duration:

0.42 hours

Features:

Hybrid, audio

Module(s):

18727EN

Products specifications
Course Language English
Length Range 30 Minutes or Less
Length (Hours) 0.42
Course Features Audio
Course Features Mobile
Module Number(s) 18727EN
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