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AlerT Active Shooter Training Webinar for Businesses
August 15, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Active Shooter Response Training Webinar for Businesses
SafePlans is offering exclusive active shooter response training in partnership with Consortium. The training program is called AlerT – which stands for “Assess, lockdown, evade, resist, and Tell.”
An All-Hazards Approach to Active Shooter Response
Based on the concept of situational awareness, AlerT expands upon elements of the widely-used “Run. Hide. Fight.” system by teaching people to first assess the situation in order to determine the best response option – lockdown, evade, or resist.
About the Webinar Hosts – Best-in-Class Active Shooter Security Instructors
Brad Spicer, CEO and Founder of SafePlans: Realizing the pitfalls of some popular options-based active shooter training methodologies, Brad developed AlerT to empower people to analyze their situation before taking action.
He has more than 20 years of safety and security experience – serving both in the U.S. Army during Operations Desert Shield and Storm, and 11 years as an officer of the Missouri State Patrol – with assignments on SWAT and the Governor’s detail.
Arnold Bell, CISSP of Consortium Networks: Arnold provides strategic vision and security expertise, and crowd-sourced intelligence to help businesses solve their most pressing security challenges.
Previously, Arnold served in the U.S. Army, and spent more than 20 years working with the FBI – developing policies, building task forces, conducting large-scale assessments, and received several awards and notable achievements during his time of service.
Active Shooter Webinar Details
The webinar will cover the following:
- The importance of situational awareness during an active shooter event
- Why lockdown is not always the best option
- How AlerT improves upon Run. Hide. Fight.
- Tools to prevent and mitigate an active threat
Online seating is limited. Sign up today!
When: August 15, 2018 11:00 AM EST – 12:00 PM ESTRegister Now