Active Shooter Workshop for Business Professionals

 

  • Introduction
  • Greeting and Overview of OPS15 Instructor cadre background, credentials and validation
  • Active Shooter Situations, Case Study overview
    • Specific Instructor Experienced Active Shooter incidents including; Sandy Hook Elementary School, as well as lessons learned from national and international incidents
  • Developing awareness and recognizing potential threats:
  • Who are Active Shooters
  • What is a Survival Mindset/Options?
  • Get Out
  • Hide
  • Take Action
    • Where do Active Shooter, Situations occur
    • When will an Active Shooter, Situations happen
    • How do I prepare myself for an Active Shooter event and why provide awareness training?
  • Law Enforcement Response:
  • How to act when law enforcement arrives on the scene
  • What Information to provide to law enforcement and/or 911-dispatcher
  • Phases of responsibility when law enforcement arrives on the scene
  • Purpose of law enforcement during Active Shooter Situations
  • Preparation and Training:
    • Identify Key Security Points
  • Vulnerability
  • Risk
  • Threat
  • Create and Emergency Action Plan (EAP):
  • Evacuation/Lockdown
  • Emergency escape
  • Method of reporting a fire or another emergency
  • Emergency notification system to alert individuals of an emergency/lockdown:
  • Law Enforcement
  • Medical
  • Individuals at remote locations on premises, arriving or entering premises.
  • Local law enforcement and other emergency services contact information.
  • Contact information for:
  • Individuals to be notified under the EAP
  • Conduct Training Exercises:
  • Initiating the EAP
  • Familiarization of Key Security Points
  • Evacuating the area
  • Hiding out
  • How to report an emergency and who to report it to?
  • Verifying and updating contact information
  • Reacting when law enforcement arrives
  • Adopt the survival mindset
  • Recognizing gunshots
  • Take action against the shooter
  • Additional Preparation:
    • Develop a Facility Smart Card:
    • Emergency Services contact information
    • Personnel contact information
    • Threat recognition
  • Establish a Facility Resource Box:
  • Simple format hard copies floor plans/maps
  • Keys to all doors
  • Emergency Contact information of personnel
  • Other pertinent information (security cameras, etc.)
  • Other Considerations:
  • Marking exterior entry/exit doors
  • Numbers/Letters
  • Coincide with maps
  • Marking rooms and windows
  • Frame/Next to Frame
  • Coincide with maps
  • Ensure facility/location has at least two evacuation routes
  • Post throughout building
    • Medical/Trauma Kits for employees
    • Include local law enforcement and first responders during training exercises and encourage them to train at your facility/location.