Recorded on Oct 24, 2022 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern
Workplace Violence Active Shooter Response
By Vaughn Baker
The objectives and topics covered during this training provide workplace leaders, administrators, supervisors, human resource personnel, security and front-line personnel with information and strategies on recognizing and responding to the violent intruder.
If the event were to occur what would the impact be to our customers, employees, and culture? And how does “preparing in advance” assist in either preventing the event or mitigating the impact if it were to occur.
The overall goal of this training program is to provide the course participant with guiding principles and strategies to recognize behavioral pre-cursors to threatening and potentially violent incidents and then to respond accordingly.
1. Understand Physiological & Psychological “pros vs. cons” of “trained vs. untrained” employees
2. Understand Attacker/Intruder psychological worldview, goals and motivation
3. Recognize and understand phenomenon of “Normalcy Bias” and training relative to overcoming this phenomenon
Mr. Baker is Co-Founder and President of Strategos International founded in 2002. His professional experiences include 25 years of patrol, investigations, and special operations assignments. He has also served as a member of his agency’s SWAT team for over13 years. He has trained tens of thousands of schools, healthcare, government, faith based, law enforcement and military professionals from around the world over the past 2 1/2 decades on various safety, security, law enforcement, military and tactical related topics. Additionally, he has developed curriculum related to active threat intruder response, armed robbery response, corporate/school and faith-based security, behavior pattern recognition for predictive violence, personal awareness and safety and numerous other safety and security related topics.
He is the author and co-author of two books:·
. The Church Security Handbook: A Practical Guide for Protecting Your Congregation in Uncertain Times!·
. Active Threat: Workplace 911: An Expert Guide to Preventing, Preparing for and Prevailing Over Attacks at Work, School and Church
Requirements for Completion
Successful completion of this activity includes submitting an accurate registration, making necessary payment, and reviewing all activity slides and the webinar presentation. Completion of the evaluation form is required.
Type of Activity: Knowledge
Disclosures: AOHP does not guarantee, warrant, certify, verify, and/or authorize the content of this seminar, and/or any subsequent use of the information presented at this webinar. This webinar is not a clinical/medical service but is intended for educational purposes only. Planners of this educational activity have no real or apparent financial, professional or personal conflict of interest to disclose. Faculty/presenter disclosure is stated following each presenter’s bio-sketch. AOHP has implemented a mechanism to identify and resolve all conflicts of interest before the delivery of this educational activity.
Commercial or Sponsor Support: N/A
Continuing education Contact Hour: This activity awards one (1) contact hour.
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 17664.
Conflict of Interest: A conflict of interest occurs when an individual has an opportunity to affect educational content about healthcare products or services of a commercial company with which she/he has a financial, professional or personal relationship.
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