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Active threat awareness training and drills

active shooter awareness

Who this active threat training course is for

Any front-line staff member who regularly engages with the general public, including those at churches, schools, and public gathering places.

What you’ll learn in this active threat awareness and threat training

Course content focuses on recognizing risk factors, learning de-escalation skills, implementing emergency planning, learning response techniques and improving security precautions

  • Provide ability to prepare and Active Threat Emergency Plan and Policy.
  • Provide a safe work environment.

“That was the best training I’ve seen out of Vantage Point! You have put together a really amazing team.  The team understood the church setting and could really make the presentation relate to the needs.”

—Lori M., attendee at a church-based active shooter threat training

“In addition to the security risk assessment, OrthoIndy engaged VPC to conduct a controlled Active Shooter Drill that involved both OrthoIndy’s Northwest Clinic and the OrthoIndy Hospital. VPC drew on their findings from the security risk assessment for the Northwest Site campus to help educate our leadership and front line staff on potential areas of exposure as well as identifying Shelter in Place options.

— Suzanne Smith, Risk Manager at OrthoIndy
Read Course Description

Active threat incidents are headline stories and human tragedies—seemingly random, seemingly unpreventable. But often there are warning signs and proactive steps to be taken to try to help prevent such a horrible event from occurring in the first place.

The emergency preparedness experts at Vantage Point Consulting design customized training and exercise programs that help prepare your staff to:

  • Recognize risk factors
  • Learn de-escalation skills
  • Implement emergency planning
  • Learn response techniques
  • Improve security precautions

We can all recognize and remember cases involving business offices, malls, theaters, schools, restaurants, hospitals, and more. Threats may arise from, but are not limited to, any of the following:

  • Risk from employee/supervisor disputes
  • Risk from mentally unbalanced workers, their family members, or both
  • Risk from radical members of the community
  • Risk from employees using or seeking drugs
  • Dysfunctional employee relationships and domestic disputes
  • High-stress work environments

Active threat incidents trouble us all, but companies need to have an Active Threat Emergency Plan and Policy in place. Make sure your staff gets the training they need to enhance survival skills and preparedness abilities.

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