How To Prepare Your Business For An Active Shooter
February 1, 2018
It is hard to believe that in today’s society preparedness for an Active Shooter is essential. Here at Sanford & Tatum we strive to provide our clients with resources to prepare them for any situation their business could face.
Included in this blog are two different resources to share with your management and staff regarding Active Shooter Event Preparedness.
1. RUN. HIDE. FIGHT. ® Surviving an Active Shooter Event
The Below link is to a short video that explains the three possible actions to take in the event you or your employees are in an Active Shooter situation.
This plan is simple and could make all the difference.
This document goes into detail on how to prepare your business and staff for an active shooter event; including instructions for:
Training your staff for an Active Shooter situation
Preparing for and managing an Active Shooter situation
Responsibilities for: HR, Facility Manager, Etc.
Reactions of managers during an Active Shooter Event
Assisting individuals with Special needs and/or disabilities
Recognizing potential workplace violence
Managing the consequences of an Active Shooter Event
Good Practices for Coping with an Active Shooter situation
How to respond when an Active Shooter is in your vicinity
How to respond when Law Enforcement arrives
The well being of your employees and your business is very important to Sanford & Tatum. The skills and education you provide yourself and others could potentially save a life. These terrible situations are becoming too common in today’s society; please put a plan of action into place today.
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