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NSC Community Training: Surviving an Active Shooter Event

  • ​Be Prepared with Free Community Training


    While you are 700 times more likely to die in a car crash than an active shooter event, safety is about being prepared. There are smart actions you can take to improve your chances of survival should you find yourself in proximity to a shooter.

    Now, community leaders across the country can offer residents free training from the National Safety Council. Surviving an Active Shooter Event is a two-hour training that covers:

    • How active shooter situations unfold
    • How to be situationally aware
    • What actions are necessary to improve your odds of survival

    NSC provides a full set of training and publicity materials to community leaders interested in organizing the training locally. Learn why this is important for your community and how to identify the appropriate person to lead the training.

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