Workplace violence and active shooter situations are unfortunately becoming all too common in our society leaving many at a loss for how to deal with this problem.
MRA wants to help you keep your employees safe. We have developed an Active Threat/Shooter program that helps organization to be prepared, identify the warning signs to help prevent an incident, and ways to respond should a situation ever occur.
The program offers:
- Preventive measures
- Practical tactics
- Response strategies
This half-day program is designed for HR professionals and C-suite leaders looking to protect their workers and help prevent violence in their workplace. It is a highly valued addition to any organization’s emergency preparedness training.
Participant and their company releases both MRA, PWTG and all of their instructors from all liability for an personal injury, property damage or death arising from its employee’s future involvement in an active shooter situation, assault of any kind or crime of any kind.
Who Should Attend:
Team leads, managers, supervisors, HR Professionals, safety professionals, executives and those responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing crisis plans for an organization.
Program presenters are field experts who share firsthand experiences:
- Captain Mike Bolender is a 28-year veteran with a Milwaukee-area police department. Captain Bolender has been involved in active shooter incidents and has extensive SWAT team experience. He commands the department’s patrol division, emergency communications, and use-of-force training, and has presented to organizations throughout southeast Wisconsin.
- Stefan V. Salmonson is a licensed deputy sheriff/tactical trainer, international security consultant, 3ECHO (rapid response to an active shooter threat) instructor, and professional speaker. He has provided high risk employment termination support services, discreet investigations, security-related training, and security assessments for hundreds of organizations nationwide.