Cincinnati State Active Shooter Workshop

 

Overview

This intense 4-hour, awareness-level course is designed for employers,employees and security professionals to better understand:

  • Lessons learned from current research on active shooter (killer) incidents
  • Legal considerations of an active shooter (killer) incident at your workplace
  • A review of active shooter (killer) incidents in the U.S. and overseas – with an emphasis on patterns and trends
  • How to prepare, as an individual and as an organization, to avoid, deter or delay an active shooter (killer) incident
  • “Hardening” your facilities, improving your procedures, and training your greatest assets: your people and yourself
  • Equipment considerations (safety, medical, etc.)
  • Training considerations (both individual and organizational)
  • Communication (both internal and external, to include 9-1-1)
  • What happens AFTER the incident (employee needs, business continuity, and liability/risk considerations)

 

Course Features

  • All content has been developed and created by industry leading subject matter experts with years of operational experience. The course material is reviewed at least annually by instructional designers.

For More Information

Bob Cutajar, Program Coordinator

Cincinnati State Workforce Development Center

10100 Reading Rd.Cincinnati, OH. 45241

Office (513) 569-5731 

robert.cutajar@cincinnatistate.edu

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