Active Shooter Training
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the fact many venues and vendors are not sending staff to offsite, elective events with concern to the state of the Coronavirus, we have elected to postpone the training seminar. All those who have purchased tickets will be refunded and a new date will be announced at a later time.
Bringing this seminar to the Wadsworth Mansion was a team effort, after a conversation between Creative Concepts by Lisa, Events Owner Lisa Antonecchia and Wadsworth Mansion Executive Director Megan Bush. “Being in the event industry we are constantly working with knew groups of people and locations, and we need to be prepared for the ever changing landscape of our surroundings. We need to not only do our jobs but expand the parameter to include public safety and awareness.” Lisa Antonecchia
This seminar is geared to a wide range of professionals, Event and Activity Staff, Educators and College Staff and Administrators, First Responders and Municipality Staff, in essence all are welcome! In an ever changing world it is the facilitators of these social, school and community events that attendees are looking to in order to be prepared in unknown situations. All are welcome, to learn and network.
The Hemingway Group, LLC is a Security Consulting service that specializes in finding solutions to the multidimensional and asymmetrical security issues that continually plague Government Agencies, all types of businesses, educational institutions, and healthcare systems. The Hemingway Group conducts risk assessments, threat assessments, and security evaluations using a systematic approach to the process of evaluating the potential risks or hazards that may be involved in the workplace environment.
Utilizing industry best practices as they relate to active shooter response, The Hemingway Group, LLC has developed a formalized and effective Active Shooter Response Plan. The plan will fulfill the attendee’s requirement to have an Emergency Response/Operations Plan and will focus on emergency responder and facility coordination, interoperability capabilities, communications protocols, best practices, employee response options and the integration of local assets as they relate to active shooters in the workplace.
Example of topics covered:
- OSHA General Duty Clause
- Anatomy of Fear
- Case Studies
- Personal Safety Techniques
- Comprehensive Communications Plan
- Policy Review/Development
- Discuss Situational Awareness: Hazards, People, Escape Routes, Rally Points
- Review: Run, Hide, Fight, or Get Out, Hide Out, Act Out
Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance/completion at the conclusion of the event.
Schedule of Events:
6:00pm Doors open/Cash bar open
8:10pm Harvest Station, Pasta Station opens
9:15pm Last call
9:30pm Event ends
Registration is $40.00 per person.