Estimates suggest that nearly 253 mass shooting events occurred within the first 7 months of year 2016 – this is a staggering 53% spike in such events as compared to two years ago. Active Shooter workplace violence incidents—with one or more dead—have quadrupled in the last 3½ years! Orlando, San Bernardino, Sandy Hook, the Maryland Malls are examples of these chaotic and kinetic conditions in workplaces. The most recent mass shooting incident was the brutal killing of five police officers and mass injuries of several others in Dallas by a lone sniper. Don’t you think such an incident can hit your workplace too? That too, when you are yet to prepare yourself for such danger!
An active shooter incident is a chaotic and deadly situation that we hope no organization ever experiences, but it is wise to be prepared in advance. A mass shooting in your workplace means you and yours are in a combat situation that will very likely be over in minutes. Making this more terrifying is the fact that the killing may be over even before police can respond. It’s that quick.
The past incidents are beckoning your workplace to embrace proper active shooter training so that you can have a chance to prevent or minimize the risks such incidents can pose for your workforce. Expert Bo Mitchell is here to help you formulate an emergency plan for your workplace, teach you about the rapid pace at which such events can progress and answer your queries like:
What are the lessons learned for your workplace? ·
Can they be prevented? ·
Where do Active Shooters come from? ·
How do we respond? ·
How do you protect your people?
Key Focus of the Conference:
Can you prevent these killings?
How do you and your people respond in the first seconds and minutes?
How will your police department respond in your workplace?
Do you want to arm your employees?
What does RUN/HIDE/FIGHT mean to you and your people regarding a mass shooting in your workplace?
Who Should Attend
Top Management & Heads of Departments
HR Directors, Managers & Professionals
Emergency and Safety Professionals
Any Employee willing to learn about Active Shooter situation preparedness.
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Bo Mitchell, CEM, CPP, CBCP, CHCM, CHSP, CHS-V, CSSM, CSHM, CFC, CIPS, CSC, CAS, TFCT3, CERT, CMC, CHEP served as Police Commissioner of Wilton, CT for 16 years. After his retirement in 2001, he founded 911 Consulting which creates and provides emergency plan training and exercises for organisations like MasterCard HQ, GE HQ, H&R Block HQ, Hyatt HQ and 29 colleges, universities and PK-12 schools nationwide. Bo has 20 certifications in organisational safety and security, homeland security, etc. He is also an expert advisor in national landmark court cases.
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