Emergency Preparedness: Active Shooter and Armed Intruder Training for Healthcare Practices
Unfortunately, your medical practice is not immune to gun violence, and closing your eyes and hoping it never happens to you is NOT the answer. Obviously, you can’t stop random acts of violence, but being prepared and knowing how to respond to an active shooter or armed intruder event is the key to survival—and survival is no accident.
The way to ensure you’re prepared is to include active shooter and armed intruder scenario guidelines to your Emergency Preparedness Compliance Plan. Considering you’re dealing with life and death, tackling this on your own, really isn’t an option.
That’s where national healthcare safety, security, and risk management expert, Steve Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS, can help. For the last 32 years, Steve has helped healthcare professionals protect themselves, their patients and their coworkers. During his 90-minute online training session, you’ll learn exactly how to improve your chances of survival should you ever end up in an active shooter or armed intruder situation.
Here are just a few of the proven, practical, realistic active shooter and armed intruder protection strategies you’ll receive by ordering this online training:
Who should order: Physicians, NPPs, Nurses, Practice Managers, Safety Managers, Compliance Managers, and Front Desk Managers and Staff located in medical practices, clinics, hospitals, LTC facilities, dental practices, ASCs, SNFs, etc.
Already this year there have been numerous active shooter events at medical practices and clinics across the country. Just a few include a man fatally shooting a receptionist at a KY clinic (Feb. 15); a husband fatally shooting his wife while she worked at an AL internal medicine office (April 14); an angry, previously terminated employee fires a shotgun at a physician at his NY office (June 6). These are real cases, in real medical practices in locations just like yours.
This presentation was developed by a team of law enforcement/SWAT officers and healthcare security professionals. By ordering, you’ll learn proven strategies to combat the unique challenges that accompany an active shooter or armed intruder in a healthcare setting.
These traumatic events are devastating to clinicians, employees and patients alike. Improve your chances of surviving should you end up in one. The best course of action is to hope for the best and plan for the worst. So, don’t wait, order this one-of-a-kind healthcare-specific emergency preparedness training today.
Steve Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS
Steve Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS, has spent the past 32 years in healthcare safety, security, and risk management. He has provided consultation services to hundreds of clients, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, homecare agencies, clinics, physician practices, and pre-hospital/EMS services, as well as trained thousands of workers in workplace safety and security. In addition to his regular contributions to healthcare magazines, Wilder co-authored the book The Essentials of Aggression Management in Healthcare: From Talkdown to Takedown.
“Best training on this subject that I have ever received.”
- Perry Hall, COO, Amarillo Medical Specialists, LLP, Amarillo, TX
“Very informative. Loved the real life scenarios for comparison and adding a realistic view point.”
- Jill Daigle, Nusring Supervisor/Emergency Preparedeness Coord., Northern Maine Medical Center, Fort Kent, ME
“Outstanding-We could understand and everything covered in great detail!!!!”
- Frances Berman, Administrator, Allergy & Asthma Specialists, Ltd., Virginia Beach VA
“Excellent information and presentation.”
- Gwen Campbell, Compliance and Risk Manager, Amarillo Medical Specialists, Amarillo, TX
“Clear, concise, informative.”
- Michael Curley, Assistant Clinic Director/PTA, Healthworks Rehab and Fitness, Morgantown, WV
“It was a topic of interest that is very real in today's world and it was presented well.”
- Dan Neal, Administrator,Orthopedic Associates of Middletown, PC, Middletown, CT
“Very informative, very well, covered all aspects of an event.”
- Joe Schick, Director of Facilities, Accesshealth, Richmond, TX
“The examples are recent and real. They help express the urgency behind the training.”
- Ricardo Solis, Center Manager, Bienvivir, El Paso, Texas
“I thought the examples used were very real and informative.”
- Kara Halsey, Director of Compliance & Quality Control, E&A Therapy, Plymouth Meeting, PA
“Information well spoken. Opened my eyes to the possibility of it happening.”
- Diane Zavaglio, Nurse Manager, The Endoscopy Center of Fairfield, Fairfield, CT