The Active Shooting Incident Response Management (ASIRM) is a course is to develop survival skills and level of confidence without a weapon. An active shooter is a person that is aggressively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a closed or open location. Typically, active shooters use firearms, and there is not an exact model that tells us how they choose their victims. Active Shooting Incidents (ASI), happen suddenly and rapidly changing dynamics. During these violent situations, employees MUST have an emergency plan, and be prepared to effectively respond. Falcon has built a program that provides knowledge and direction to managers and employees and unarmed security officers. This program mentally and physically prepares employees to respond to an ASI. This workshop will also provide First Responders with the critical insight on how to deal with civilians.
Only for: Civilians
Objective: The goal of this course is to develop survival skills and level of confidence without a weapon. This is a course designed with the civilian state of mind. The participant of this course should gain tremendous confidence and skill with a weapon. Israeli techniques such as cornering, firing from various covers and room entries will be covered extensively.
Course Length: 2 Days / approximately 16 plus hours with optional of a third day for unarmed security officers professional combat.
Some of the main topics are:
- Workshop Objectives:
- Learn the difference between Active Shooting Incident (ASI) and a terrorist attack
- Understand the psychology and motives of shooters
- Identify risk factors
- Define Toxic Culture, Mental Health, and the Media’s role
- Review real active shooting incidents and analyze specific examples
- Learn Prevention Strategies
- Identify Human Resources’ Responsibilities
- Recognize potential workplace violence and employees “red flags”
- Understand Facility Manager Responsibilities
- Acquire Response Strategies
- Assist Individuals with Special Needs and/or Disabilities
- Communicate with 911 and React to Law Enforcement arrival
- Understand Law Enforcement and Rescue Team Objectives
- Learn Recovery Response to a post-ASI
- Initiate Effective Emergency Active Plan (EAP)
- Prepare and train all employees
Length of the workshop:
Day 1 and Day 2 of the workshop will be for civilian staff. Day 3 dedicated to the Security Officers, with unarmed combat training and techniques related to Security procedures and the Active Shooting Incident (ASI).
Managers, employees, general civilian staff, and security officers.