UPDATE: The active shooter webinar is postponed until further notice. This presentation will be rescheduled.
Did you know that the average Active Shooter event lasts 4 – 8 minutes, that over 70% of Active Shooter incidents are over in 5 minutes or less, and that the national average for Law Enforcement response is 3 – 6 minutes? Register for this 70 minute online session and be empowered to take action and have the tools and action plans to survive. TMA has coordinated a customized program geared towards monitoring center operations personnel including HR Managers, Operations Directors and Supervisors and anyone interested in learning more about this important issue.
During this interactive session, we will cover:
• Lessons learned from previous tragic events
• Defining Active Shooters
• Why we need to prepare
• Response plans to Active Shooters, options for survival
• Render Trauma Aid
• Preventing Workplace Violence
• Mental Scripting
• Situational Awareness
• Warning Signs
• How to talk with your kids
Plan and Prepare! On-going, nationwide critical events serve as a reminder for everyone to be aware of their environment. With these events in mind, the Dane County (Wisconsin) Sheriff’s Office continues to take a proactive approach to active shooter/workplace violence. Join Josalyn Longley and Cindy Holmes, emergency preparedness coordinators, who have trained over 14,000 people over the last two years to learn valuable life-saving tips that everyone on your team should know.
Registration fees will be shared with Dane County Sheriff’s Office to help fund future training opportunities.
Future Signature Series Webinars currently under development include
TMA ASAP-to-PSAP service
TMA is supporting the UL, LLC Alarm Certificate Services’ webinar series
Visit their website at UL.com/AlarmService to view a complementary webinar series offered by UL’s technical experts as they take an in-depth look at code-based solutions, for code authorities and alarm service companies, to improve the ongoing compliance of fire alarm systems. Click on the link below for session descriptions:
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