This 4 hour course consist of 2 phases which will train leaders and planners of security teams how to plan for organizational security teams.
In Part I, we begin with an analysis of all the mass shooting incidents up to 2017. We discuss the incident analysis and lessons learned and progress to reasons the commonly held opinions on prevention do not hold water.
In Phase 2, we begin the security SOP planning and response to incidents.
This class takes a look at recent mass shooting events like Columbine, Virginia Tech, and Sandy Hook educate you on how these massacares took place so we can understand how to take defensive measures against them.
We review the impact of magazine capacity and universal background checks in preventing mass shootings, then we shift gears into actions that can be taken by every person and recommended by the DHS. Run, Hide, or Fight.
If we have to deal with a emergency the best way to do that is to have a Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) that everyone is familiar with. Remember your organization will need this whether you have an active shooter, someone has a heart attack, or someone breaks a leg walking into your building. Time is the critical factor in getting professional help to those injured. In Phase 2 of this course we deiscuss the development of EOPs for specific type of organizations.
Lastly we will review the basic first aid that you should know in the event of a mass casualty event. Including tourniquets, pressure bandages, and CPR.