How to Respond to an Active Shooter in the Workplace
An average of 551 workers per year are killed as a result of work-related homicides, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, and shootings account for more than three-quarters of these homicides. It’s important for anyone in human resources, corporate security, and every level of management to be trained in how to respond to an active shooter attack. Active shooter response teaches you and your staff how to escape, find cover, or fight back to increase your odds of survival.
Join Timothy Dimoff, a leading authority in high-risk workplace and human resource security and ALICE Instructor (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) for a webinar on how to respond to an active shooter.
Webinar attendees will learn:
- How physical security measures can be a deterrent/preventative measure
- Important "Delay Tactics" and how to use them to increase positive outcomes
- How to identify the best escape routes and safe areas in your facility
- How to fight back when there is no other alternative