For many years “active shooter” has been a familiar term in law enforcement language, but sadly it has also become too common a phrase among the public and within the corporate environment. There is a significant difference between awareness and readiness. But simply providing information to increase awareness does not ensure preparedness or proper response.
With numerous active shooter headlines still fresh in the minds of the public, a pointed workshop entitled, “BREAKING NEWS: Lone Gunman Opens Fire at Denver Business Conference (a dramatization)” will be a featured keynote presentation at the 2017 Continuity Insights Management Conference.
Steve Crimando, an internationally-recognized educator in violence prevention, and Principal of Behavioral Science Applications, will lead an engaging, interactive, and educational exercise that won’t soon be forgotten. He’ll be joined by a team of subject matter experts, including Tim Mathews, Executive Director, Educational Testing Service (ETS); Brian Zawada, Director of Consulting Services, Avalution; and, Chris Wright, Senior Manager, Worldwide Business Continuity & Crisis Management, Amgen, Inc.
Learn more about this active shooter dramatization here on the 2017 Continuity Insights Management Conference website.
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