Tuesday, September 21, 2021
9:00 a.m.- noon
You must remain on camera individually to receive Rewards credit for this training
This last year has been largely defined by isolation, financial distress, loss of life, and uncertainty. While many are seeking help to cope with the impact of these significant stressors, others are unable to get the support they need.
With the known connection between stress and violence, we must address the increased potential for stressed individuals to cause harm to themselves and others. As the world reopens and we return to life in person, a renewed focus on mitigating risk against violent and potentially deadly outbursts is crucial.
This online seminar will discuss the potential impact of the pandemic on workplace violence, as well as how companies can avert risk by empowering staff with the life skills needed to survive an active assailant in any environment.
- Why organizations are introducing active shooter response training as a life skill
- How to identify warning signs and behaviors that may lead to violence
- The positive impact active shooter training can have on staff confidence and productivity as well as business continuity
Should you require any accessibility assistance please contact Mary Ann Marino at firstname.lastname@example.org
This training qualifies the MIIA member for 1% credit under the FY22 MIIA Rewards Program under the Public Officials, School Board, or Law Enforcement categories.