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Active shooter preparedness: Response and recovery planning


According to data released by the FBI, almost 60% of active shooter incidents occurred in commerce-related environments in 2018. Developing and implementing an active shooter response and recovery plan is a key component of any organization’s physical security program and can help protect the most critical assets to the organization: its people.

Join us on Thursday, Oct. 24, as we discuss methods for developing an effective active shooter program for your business.

On this 60-minute webcast, our presenter will discuss:

  • Why active shooter response and recovery planning are critical components of any physical security program
  • How to develop an emergency management team
  • Different types of physical security assessments and how they may apply to your organization
  • Common goals and objectives of any active shooter response plan
  • Keys to implementing an active shooter program in your organization
  • Post-incident response planning
  • Current trends in training and recent FBI and Department of Homeland Security recommendations

Event details

Who should attend
C-level executives (CEOs, chief information officers, chief financial officers, chief information security officers, chief technology officers, chief security officers, chief operating officers), board members, human resources, risk managers and directors/managers of information or physical security

Date and time
Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019
11:30 a.m. EDT | 10:30 a.m. CDT
60 minutes

CPE credit


More information
Email us or call +1 800 274 3978

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