Given today’s ever-changing threat environment, preparing for and training employees to cope with workplace violence should be a key piece of an organization’s incident response planning.
Who Should Participate?
Corporate and facility security professionals from the private & public sectors
Supervisory first responders
Homeland security representatives
A Unique Training Opportunity
The Jewish Community Campus and the National Protection and Programs Directorate Office of Infrastructure Protection within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are hosting a one-day Security Workshop to enhance awareness of, and response to, an active shooter event:
Educating participants on the history of active shooter events;
Describing common behavior, conditions, and situations associated with active shooters; and
Fostering communication between infrastructure owners and operators and local emergency response teams—this includes discussion of interoperability, communications protocols, and best practices for planning, preparedness, and response.
Building Emergency Planning Capabilities
The event will describe how to incorporate key elements of successful incident management into planning efforts, such as:
Communicating with and accounting for employees;
Building familiarity with local responders and knowing their capabilities;
Coordinating with first responders before, during, and after an incident; and
Integrating public affairs into incident management.
Registration for this event is free. Register at….