Active Shooter Training in Orange County
Do you have a plan?
Has that plan been tested in a training scenario?
Do you have contact information for first responders?
Do you have secondary communications?
How do you identify friendlies in an event?
Who is responsible for what?
Do you have security, has security gone through training?
How many in the organization have stop the bleed training?
Do you have tourniquets, and do you know how to use them?
What are the current safety measures in place?
These are all excellent questions to ask and if you are in the process of putting together a plan to counter an active shooter. We hope that these ten questions can help you better understand your current position. The big questions to ask if you are not sure about this training for your organization is the following:
If an active shooter situation was to happen right now, what do you think would happen if help did not arrive for ten minutes?
Active Shooter Training (Schools and Corporate)
Red Cross First Aid Instructor
Background in Administration of Justice and Emergency Management
Certified California Guard Training
CARVER Certified Security Management International : Target Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment
FEMA: Surveillance Awareness
FEMA: Basic Workplace Security Awareness
FEMA: Incident Command System
FEMA: National Incident Management System
FEMA: Active Shooter: What You Can Do