Customized Active Shooter Training
GXC will deliver Customized Active Shooter and awareness training to your facility's staff to ensure they are trained and prepared shall the worst ever arise. Training will be delivered by the GXC CEO who was a Senior Executive within the Department of Homeland Security. GXC’s CEO is Level III Certified in the Department of Homeland Security, as well as a former sworn Law Enforcement Officer. This training has been developed, approved and endorsed by a Department of Homeland Security Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Instructor.
Our training is conducted in five phases. Each phase will allow you and your staff to better understand and react if an active shooter event were to ever occur. If a situation like this ever occurs, thinking is the last thing one should be doing as it takes away precious moments which could be used to get themselves to safety. Our training program is delivered by a former Department of Homeland Security Executive who has trained thousands of Federal Employees on the same interagency security committee driven criteria.
Our complete training program consists of:
Introduction to Planning Guidance
- Walking the facility to better understand the locations an employee, occupant or visitor could best utilize to seek cover and/or concealment.
- Reviewing current security measures to establish vulnerabilities which could be easily mitigated by process improvement.
Evolution of the Active Shooter
- Revisiting recent active shooter events which correlate directly to your specific facility.
Incorporating Active Shooter Considerations into the Occupant Emergency Program
- Uncovering challenges in the process.
- Review of current procedures, to include shelter-in-place and evacuation procedures.
- Reporting Indicators, Warnings, and Incidents of Workplace Violence
- Threat Assessment Teams
- Law Enforcement and First Responder Coordination
Training and Exercises
- Training and Awareness Material
- Occupant Self-Help and First Aid
- Considerations for Medical First Responders (Fire and EMS)
- Run, Hide, Fight for Occupants with Disabilities
- Run, Hide, Fight for Occupants with Children (Daycare or Parent/Guardian Situation)
- Interacting with First Responders
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Access and Staging
- Tenant Cooperation with Law Enforcement
- Communications/Media Messaging
- The Importance of Effective Communication in a Crisis Environment
- Psychological First Aid
- Training on Psychological First Aid
- Managing the Responses to Victims and Families