Managing The Aftermath
Of An Active Shooter Event
The standard response time for first responders in the United States is on average 4 to 11 minutes. That’s less time than it takes to microwave a potato — and yet it still isn’t fast enough in an active shooter event.
According to a 2013 FBI study, almost 70% of gun-related active assailant events last JUST FIVE MINUTES. A third of those last LESS THAN TWO MINUTES.
However, the aftermath of an incident is much longer, extremely complex, and emotionally demanding not only on the victims’ families, employees, community but the management staff. To recover from an active shooter event, restore business operations, and retain employees, experts say businesses must be prepared and have a plan to effectively deal with the post-event.
Who Should Attend
- Senior and Middle Management
- First Line Supervisors
- Human Resource Directors
- Legal Department
- Security Specialist
This Course Will Focus On
- How the investigation will affect your workplace, employees, and business operations.
- Developing a Post Incident Plan for your management staff and human resource department.
- Preparing for potential criminal involvement from the victims and witnesses’ perspective, and potential civil litigation towards your own business
- How to manage the consequences after an incident from the day after to months down the road.
- Fulfills OSHA’s “Occupational Safety and Health Act or 1970.”
- No Events
Shawn O’Leary is our Senior Executive Consultant - He oversees our Policy Development Services, Online Training Programs for Maine Law Enforcement agencies, product development for private organizations and law enforcement agencies and is one of our core instructors at Dirigo Safety
Haley Fleming is one of core instructors for Dirigo Safety LLC and developed a comprehensive course called “Preparing a Defendable Use of Force Case.” Recently has been instrumental in creating our Active Threat Response Program as he is a certified lead instructor for Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT).