How to Respond to Injuries

How to Respond to Injuries

Is your workplace prepared for an active shooter event? Do you have a response plan in place? Do you have Stop the Bleed kits? According to FBI statistics, the average active shooter event lasts between 3-5 minutes, and it takes police and EMS about 10 minutes to...
How to Barricade a Door

How to Barricade a Door

Did you know most active shooters won’t pursue people behind locked or barricaded doors? An active shooter’s goal is usually to kill as many people as possible in the shortest period of time. That’s why they might choose a crowded venue or office as their target...
How to Fight Back with Improvised Weapons

How to Fight Back with Improvised Weapons

Do you want to prepare your staff for workplace violence, including the worst situations? The worst-case scenario you can prepare for is an active shooter event taking place, you can’t run or hide, and you must fight to survive. Active shooter training can help your...
How Situational Awareness Can Help Prevent Violence

How Situational Awareness Can Help Prevent Violence

What if you could identify potentially dangerous situations before they escalate to verbal or physical violence? Active shooter events are becoming more common and workplace violence is on the rise. What can you do to prepare yourself? You can practice situational...
Lessons Learned from the Oxford Shooting

Lessons Learned from the Oxford Shooting

What can we learn from the Oxford shooting? How do we prevent this from happening again? In the case of the Oxford High School shooting, there were multiple warning signs that lead up to the attack and many reports from parents, students, and teachers. Had these signs...