Take safety home, because safety is just as important at home as it is at work.
Active Shooter Training
You’re at work…or a restaurant…or a movie theater…when suddenly you hear gun shots! Would you know what to do? Without proper training, it is easy to panic and feel helpless. This presentation and video help to prepare you for an “active shooter” event – how to react when you first hear shots, how to determine the best course of action, and what to expect when law enforcement arrives on the scene. It also addresses the differences in managing an active shooter vs. a hostage taker situation, and discusses behaviors that could signal the potential for workplace violence. Learn More
References and Resources
Consumer Product Safety Commission – Product recalls and safety information for adults and children, in English and Spanish.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – Passenger and driving safety, child restraints, airbags, vehicle crash testing and more.
National Safety Council – Strategies and resources for preventing injury at home, at play and on the road.
Ready.gov - Info from FEMA to prepare for and respond to emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.