PREPARE. EDUCATE. TRAIN.
Every 18 days there is an active shooter incident in the U.S.The workplace is the most common site for active shooter incidents. The cadre of trainers at Tac7 will give you the best training available for your management team and/or staff in the proper way to respond during an active shooter incident or violence in the workplace. Our training teams are comprised of former Special Operations combat veterans, law enforcement/SWAT officers, and military/civilian doctors.
Active Shooter Response Preparation and Training CoursesWe also offer custom packages to fit your corporate needs. Contact us for information and pricing.
75 MINUTE LUNCH SEMINARA presentation of the critical components of responding to an active shooter or deadly threat in a workplace environment. Included are life-saving actions to be taken immediately upon discovery of a threat, discussions on Run, Hide, Fight and how it pertains to your workplace, as well as basic fundamentals of stopping bleeding - tourniquet and pressure dressing use.
1/2 OR FULL DAY TRAININGA more elaborate presentation than the 90 Minute Seminar on components of responding to an active shooter and stopping bleeding, as well as training that is more specific to your office layout/environment/staff and what to expect when first responders arrive to the scene. This includes a preliminary visit to your workplace so that we can tailor a plan best suited for your unique environment. Specific recommendations are made for escape plans/routes as well as areas to use as safe rooms. Rehearsals may be conducted using role-players.
FULL/MULTI-DAY TRAININGA more elaborate presentation on workplace violence, active shooter response, and situational awareness, followed by a trauma/medical class focused on stopping bleeding, moving a casualty, and current protocols for CPR. Emergency response and Run, Hide, Fight plans are explained to staff with specific regard to your unique office layout. Rehearsals are conducted with staff and role players, allowing staff the chance to actually practice moving to safe areas and exits, as well as dealing with casualties and communicating with first responders.
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