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Active Shooter/Active Threat: Organizational Preparedness and Recovery

Course Format: Interactive
Course Credit Type: Certificate
Course Credit: 0.00
Rewards Points Earned: 0
Course Category: Business, Human Resources, Legal, Workplace Safety
Course Producer: J.J. Keller, Inc.
Course Cost: $17.99
Course Release Date: April 10, 2017
Course Expiration Date: April 10, 2019
Program Summary:

Course Length: 45 minutes

Overview: Employers have a legal obligation not only to provide their employees with a work environment free from threat and physical violence, but also to teach them how to survive if such dangers enter their place of business.

Knowing what actions to take if confronted with an active threat is just as important as knowing what to do if the building you're in starts on fire or if a tornado touches down in your area. Even though an event may be extremely unlikely, it doesn't mean you shouldn't spend time planning for the possibility of it occurring; especially when the results can be so devastating.

Active Shooter/Active Threat: Organizational Preparedness & Recovery is designed to help members of management and Human Resources prepare employees for a potential active threat incident. It also provides guidance to help the company-and those who have survived such an incident-recover from the tragedy.

After completing this course, learners will be able to:

  • Identify actions their organization can take to prepare for an active shooter or active threat incident
  • Describe actions management can take in order to help the organization recover from an active shooter or active threat incident


Active Shooter/Active Threat: Organizational Preparedness & Recovery covers the following topics:


  • Workplace Violence Prevention Program
  • Threat Assessment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Practice Drills
  • GO Bags
  • Working with Law Enforcement


  • Recovering from an Incident
  • Counseling
  • Communication
  • Memorials

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