Join leading emergency preparedness expert Bo Mitchell from 911 Consulting® and Stuart Jarvis, Regroup Director of Sales, for this important webinar: “Active Shooter in Your Workplace: Lessons Learned & Best Practices”. Mr. Mitchell will share expert insights and active shooter best practices that will help you better prepare for and respond to an Active Shooter Event at your workplace.
The webinar will take place on March 26, 2014 at 10AM PST/1PM EST, and you can register here: Free Active Shooter Webinar
Over the past four years, we’ve experienced an increase of nearly 150% in the number of people shot and killed in connection with active shooter events. This alarming statistic underscores the need for developing new strategies and response protocols in order to stop active shooters in the workplace.
Highlights from the webinar include:
A discussion on the three pillars of emergency response: Command, Control & Communications
An examination of the necessity for coordinated planning and communications with emergency services in advance
An analysis on the importance of training and exercises for your employees
A Q & A Session that enables attendees to ask Mr. Mitchell pressing questions surrounding active shooter preparation and response
A brief overview by Mr. Jarvis on how an Emergency Notification System can be utilized to effectively communicate throughout an Active Shooter event
Space will be limited so register now and benefit from Mr. Mitchell’s expert insights, lessons learned from past events, active shooter best practices and much more.
About Bo Mitchell:
Bo Mitchell was Police Commissioner of Wilton, CT for 16 years. He retired in February 2001 to found 911 Consulting® which creates emergency plans, training and exercises for organizations like GE Headquarters, Hyatt HQ, MasterCard HQ, four colleges/universities and 26 PK-12 schools. He serves clients headquartered from Boston to LA working in their facilities from London to San Francisco.
Bo has earned 16 certifications in homeland security, organizational safety and security. He also serves as an expert in landmark court cases nationally.