Training Classes And Assessments We Offer
This training will identify and explain the levels of situational awareness through lecture as well as scenario-based learning, give participants practical skillsets to enhance their situational awareness, allowing them to better protect themselves, their organizations and their facilities. This training enables individuals to enhance their own safety and security against various threats, from active threats to everyday crime.
Stop the Bleed
The #1 cause of preventable death after injury is bleeding. This training includes the complete American College of Surgeons STOP THE BLEED® Presentation and is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts which encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.
Countering an Active Threat Program
Our goal will be to educate our Community on how to “Commit to Action” if encountering any type of an active threat. The participants will be exposed to national best practices that will provide tangible instructive material that can be utilized at work or in everyday life. The core objectives that will be presented include:
Know the definition of an Active Threat;
Know the difference between security and safety;
Have a better understanding of Active Threat incidents;
Be able to identify and explain the three modes of action during an active shooter incident: RUN, HIDE, FIGHT;
Understand how to prepare for an active threat event;
Know how to respond to law enforcement’s arrival;
Understand the importance of additional training
The Threat Vulnerability Risk Assessment (TVRA) process supports organizations in identifying and mitigating vulnerability to security threats, attacks, assaults, or loss of human life that might occur as a result of terrorism, domestic violence, crime, or any threat to the Jewish facilities within a community. The TVRA recommends appropriate, practical and cost-effective security safeguards, enabling an organization to make informed decisions regarding safety and security issues. To request a site assessment, complete this form and return to Michael Shanbrom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: All trainings and assessments require registration to attend. If you are interested in attending, please contact Michael Shanbrom at email@example.com to register.