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Train Your Community to Survive an Active Shooter Event

  • Join the National Safety Council in our mission to eliminate preventable deaths. While the odds of dying in an active shooter incident are rare compared to dying from a car crash, an opioid overdose or a fall, knowing how to respond can increase your odds of surviving.

    The Council has learned through our Safe Communities program that many communities are energized to keep their residents safe, so we have created NSC Community Training: Surviving an Active Shooter Event.

    Community leaders can volunteer to train their residents with free tools from NSC. This turnkey program includes:

    • An Instructor Planning Guide with everything you need to know to conduct the training successfully
    • An Instructor Training Manual with play-by-play course instructions and materials
    • A PowerPoint presentation with three videos
    • Press materials, editable posters and fliers to promote your training

     

    Who: Law enforcement, teachers, safety leaders, EMTs, service organizations, anyone who champions emergency preparedness and wants to keep their residents safe

    Where: Any public venue with electricity for presentation equipment that can safely hold 25 to 75 people

    When: Any time convenient to draw people from the community

    How: NSC will provide free registration support; all you need to do is train

    Please note: This community training is not appropriate for the workplace as there are additional skills training to better prepare workers on the job. Workplace violence training, including active shooter, is available as part of NSC Emergency Preparedness Training. Find out more at nsc.org/EPSH.

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NSC will host the online registration process and provide free materials to conduct the course.

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