Date: This webinar is available on-demand.
Originally Broadcast: July 31, 2019
Duration: 62 Minutes
Event Type: On-Demand Webinar
Would you know what to do if gunshots rang out in your workplace right now?
It's an unpleasant thought, but unfortunately, it's something we must prepare for in order to protect ourselves, our employees, our customers, and other visitors to our offices and job sites.
The Power of Preparedness, “TPOP”, wants to help ensure safety and mitigate risk for the manufacturing industry. That’s why we’re sponsoring this webinar, “Think and Survive: Workplace Violence and Active Shooter Preparedness”, hosted by Al Shenouda. A safety expert with decades of experience, Mr. Shenouda will deliver baseline training in these critical topics:
- Recognizing workplace violence
- Behavioral indicators
- Situational awareness
- Gunfire recognition
- Surviving an active shooter event
- Response to injury
Developed by experts from DHS, FBI, and local and national law enforcement, this webinar provides the comprehensive knowledge and tactics necessary to reduce the chances of a violent event and mitigate the outcomes should one occur.
Mr. Shenouda will also discuss TPOP’s e-learning course of the same name, and how simple and affordable it is to deliver this training to your entire staff via any computer or smart device.
As an EHS Today attendee, you’re entitled to receive a 15% discount off the TPOP training.
To obtain more information on this potentially lifesaving course, including a demo and complete pricing information, please visit https://www.thepowerofpreparedness.com/informa for details.
Al Shenouda, Co-Founder, Chief Learning Officer, The Power of Preparedness
Mr. Shenouda is the former Federal Protective Security Advisor assigned to the Eastern District of Michigan from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, National Protection and Programs Directorate. In this role he functioned as the Senior DHS Headquarters Field Director and was the department’s chief antiterrorism, preparedness, and risk officer, responsible for securing critical infrastructure along physical, cyber, and human threats, as well as national disaster recovery operations by coordinating with federal, state, local authorities and private sector officials. He has advanced certifications in physical, cyber security, security engineering design, antiterrorism force protection, crisis management, and critical incident response as well as high-risk special event security planning.
Daniel Stechow, President & CEO, The Power of Preparedness
This webinar will be conducted using a slides-and-audio format. After you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar.
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