Workplace Violence Prevention and Active Shooter Workshop

Do you have an active shooter and work violence action plan for employee & guest safety?

What about liability guidelines, safety protocols and an evacuation plan?

These are real life quotes from recent news reports:

“There is nothing more terrifying than hearing multiple people get shot while you’re under your desk and then hear the gunman reload.”

“Gunman shot through the glass door to the office and opened fire on multiple employees...it’s bad.”

“This person was prepared today to come in. He was prepared to shoot people.”

“I’m a police reporter. I write about this stuff …I’m going to try to articulate how traumatizing it is to be hiding under your desk, you don’t know until you’re there and you feel helpless.”

“I dove under that desk as fast as I could, and by the grace of God, he didn’t look over there. I was curled up, trying not to breathe, trying not to make a sound, and he shot people all around me.”

 “I kept thinking, ‘I can’t believe I’m going to die. I can’t believe this.’ ”

“You see it on the news and you think, ‘These poor people.’ You wonder how they feel. Now I know.”

A single security incident can significantly impact the reputation and profitability of any corporation

Make sure your company is prepared!

We are the leading experts in Active Shooter Response Training (ASRT) and workplace violence. We offer active shooter response training and Krav Maga self-defense training. We have the ability to travel anywhere in the world for the most Advanced Active Shooter Response Training. We will perform a security assessment of your property, train all staff members in the dynamics of a violent workplace attack, and create an Emergency Action Plan. This training goes well beyond the typical "Run, Hide” instructions which do not work. We will teach you how to handle the situation and the aggressor both physically and mentally.

Training Options Includes:

Prevention and Emergency Response Safety Lecture

A safety lecture about active shooter situations and the proper response, with specific locations within the building, as well as addressing any questions about the issue. Topics Include:

  • De-escalation and regulation of a violent confrontation
  • Warning signs of danger - predicting an imminent attack
  • Recognizing potential for aggression - violent tendency indicators
  • How to defuse potentially explosive situations before they get out of hand
  • Weapons used for attacks - identification of improvised, concealed and disguised weapons
  • Last resort individual and collective survival measures against an active shooter
  • Crisis communications & command in progress
  • Secure evacuation & reunification procedures
  • Psycho-physiological factors affecting performance under duress

Workplace Violence Emergency Response Workshop

A hands-on preparation training of how to deal with an active shooter situation and the diverse ways it can happen.

We will cover:

Preparing for the shooter

  • Defending the room – Understand the difference between cover and concealment
  • Locking the door – How to get out of the shooter’s kill zone
  • Setting the room for a fight – Getting the room and people ready to fight

Disrupting the shooter

  • Counter intrusion tactics – Learn what to do and not do when the shooter enters your room.
  • Working together as a unit to control the attacker

Stopping the killer

  • Watch the life and death difference between taking action to save yourself or just hiding under a table.
  • Learn how to work as a team and collectively stop the shooter’s attack

                                                             WHAT CLIENTS SAY:

"VERY INFORMATIVE! Potentially life-saving tips/techniques people can use not only in the workplace but at other settings as well."​

SP, Pharmaceutical Company

"THIS WAS BY FAR THE MOST VALUABLE TRAINING THE FIRM COULD HAVE EVER GIVEN US. The presentation was fascinating, gripping, and mind expanding. The level of information, including the facts and figures, was above-and-beyond expectations. "​

M&J, Law Firm

"THANK YOU FOR ARRANGING THIS! I thought it was very useful, and although it’s something we don’t want to imagine happening, IT IS SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE ADDRESSED. "​

University of PENN

"I LEARNED A GREAT DEAL. I was surprised by how much common sense his approach made, yet I know my instinct would be to do the opposite of what he taught. With the skills I learned, I WILL NOW RESPOND DIFFERENTLY should I ever find myself in such a situation. "​

Morris Nichols Law Firm 

“This exercise was excellent. Having a mindset is so important in all situations and these exercises have helped imbed the natural reaction of an active shooter situation. Put aside the analytical part of your mind and just react. Being able to practice that concept will help if ever put in the situation for real. “

 Security & Protection Agency 

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