Surviving Active Violence and Emergencies (SAVE)
Serious acts of violence continue to plague our society. Recent history has shown it can happen at any place, at any time for many different reasons. While mass shootings get the most attention, they are only one form of active violence. Others include:
- Disgruntled employees, patients, or customers
- Non-violent demonstrations escalating into acts of violence.
- Domestic disputes carry over to the workplace, place of worship, etc.
What You Will Learn
The best result occurs when everyone gets to a safe place and out of harm’s way. However, there may be times when that is not possible, and action is required. Students learn using realistic circumstances how to recognize the signs of danger, make rapid decisions, and react appropriately.
Active violence emergency response training topics include:
- How to increase situational awareness
- Characteristics of an Active Violence Emergency
- Best practices when confronted with Active Violence
- Becoming an initial responder and rendering medical assistance
- How to safely interact with law enforcement
Take action today to safeguard your school, business, or place of worship safe and protected in active violence emergencies. Contact us to learn more and schedule a class.
This class combines a presentation and hands-on exercises to learn the necessary skills to survive an emergency situation. Students learn under realistic circumstances how to recognize the signs of danger, react appropriately, and make rapid decisions.
The exercises are designed to test the participant’s skills and thought processes, challenging them to react faster under stressful situations. A significant part of the training will focus on learning the skills and best procedures to render first aid. SAVE also includes CPR and AED training providing the students with an additional set of lifesaving skills. Quick action saves lives!
This program will be presented by one of our experienced, professional instructors using proven techniques to identify the threat and how to react. Participants will learn effective strategies to recognize and react to active violence. The goal of the lecture is for participants to have a thorough understanding of how active violence/shooter incidents begin and evolve.
Call us at 302-499-4800 or email [email protected] for more information.
Being trained for emergency situations can make your home, church, or workplace a safer and more prepared environment. Let In A Heartbeat provide the peace of mind that comes with being ready for anything.