More than ever, we need to be prepared in the event of a crisis. Just yesterday, at a baseball game, members of Congress were shot at by an active shooter. There are many articles at this moment describing the event, including Newsweek, where they report on the motive of the shooter, but we need to discuss how to react in the event of an active shooter. Preparedness can be achieved with Active Shooter Training.
What Is An Active Shooter?
An Active Shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area. These areas are usually places with a large congregation of people like Schools, Businesses, and Public Gatherings.
As we have seen, it can happen anywhere, any place! What would you do? Do you have a plan? How would you survive?
These are questions we must ask ourselves before a crisis occurs, not during or after. It is extremely important to know how to react. Preparation and training by Certified Professionals will help you learn how to react and prepare you for the worse.
What Can I Do in the Event of An Active Shooter?
There are three main actions you can take in the event of an active shooter. We have listed them below.
- Run/Escape, if possible
- Hide, if escape is not possible
- Fight, only as a last resort
MiamiCPR, a division of RescueAED, is a certified training company available on your schedule. We come to your home or business, making safety training an effortless process. There are a few options available.
Active Shooter Training & Products
Active Shooter Training
- Active Shooter Awareness
- Active Shooter Training for the First Responder for Schools
- Active Shooter Training for the First Responder for Businesses
- Active Shooter Training for the First Responder for Custom Industry (unique to your needs)
Active Shooter Responder Products
- Personnel First Responder Response Kit
- Mass Casualty Responder Response Kit
Visit our Active Shooter Training page at http://miamifirstaid.com/p/active-shooter-training.
For more information and pricing please call 305-424-8460 or email [email protected]