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  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • IS-700.A: National Incident Management System, An Introduction January 2009 Page 2.
  • Jeremy avi ppt

    1. 1. IS-907 –Active Shooter:What You Can Do Visual 1 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    2. 2. DISPATCHER: “911, what is the nature of your emergency?” CALLER:“There’s somebody with a gun in the mainentrance to My Auto Import Car Dealership and I don’t . . .” Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Are you prepared?
    3. 3. Course Objectives Describe actions to take when confronted with:  An active shooter.  Law enforcement officers who are responding to the situation. Recognize potential workplace violence indicators. Visual 3 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    4. 4. Active Shooter IncidentsWhere we: Shop Exercise free speech Learn Work Visual 4 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    5. 5. About Active Shooter Incidents More frequent. Anger, revenge, ideology, untreated mental illness. Visual 5 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    6. 6. Active Shooter Situations  Unpredictable.  Evolve quickly.  Continue until stopped by law enforcement, suicide, or intervention. Visual 6 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    7. 7. Course Topics Visual 7 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    8. 8. Discussion: Response Visual 8 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    9. 9. How To Respond  Evacuate  Hide Out  Take Action Visual 9 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    10. 10. Evacuate (1 of 2) Have an escape route and plan in mind. Leave your belongings behind. Help others escape, if possible. Evacuate regardless of others. Warn/prevent individuals from entering. Visual 10 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    11. 11. Evacuate (2 of 2) Do not attempt to move wounded people. Keep your hands visible. Follow police instructions. Call 911 when safe. Visual 11 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    12. 12. Hide OutYour hiding spot should: Be out of the active shooter’s view. Provide protection if shots are fired. Not restrict options for movement. Visual 12 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    13. 13. Keeping Yourself Safe While Hiding If the shooter is nearby:  Lock the door.  Hide behind large item (e.g., cabinet, desk).  Silence cell phone/pager.  Remain quiet. Visual 13 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    14. 14. Important InformationProvide law enforcement or911 operators with:  Location of shooter.  Number of shooters.  Physical description of shooters.  Number and types of weapons.  Number of potential victims. Visual 14 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    15. 15. Take Action As an absolute last resort:  Act as aggressively as possible.  Improvise weapons and throw items.  Yell.  Commit to your actions. Visual 15 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    16. 16. Discussion: Reaction of Managers Visual 16 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    17. 17. Discussion: When Law Enforcement Arrives Visual 17 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    18. 18. Reacting to Law Enforcement Remain calm. Put down any items. Raise hands and spread fingers. Avoid quick movements. Avoid pointing, screaming, or yelling. Proceed in direction from which officers are entering. Visual 18 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    19. 19. Law Enforcement’s RoleImmediate purpose: Stop the active shooter. Proceed to area where last shots heard. First priority is to eliminate the threat. Visual 19 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    20. 20. Additional Officers and Rescue TeamsTeams may: Wear bulletproof vests, helmets, and other equipment. Be armed with rifles, shotguns, and/or handguns. Use pepper spray. Shout commands. Push individuals to the ground for their safety. Visual 20 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    21. 21. Safe Location Area controlled by law enforcement until:  The situation is under control.  All witnesses are identified and questioned. Visual 21 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    22. 22. Course Topics Respond Prepare Follow Up Visual 22 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    23. 23. Discussion: Preparation Visual 23 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    24. 24. Recognizing Indicators of Violence Visual 24 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    25. 25. Workplace Violence Indicators May be current or former employee. May display characteristics of potentially violent behavior. Visual 25 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    26. 26. Course Topics Respond Prepare Follow Up Visual 26 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do
    27. 27. Course Summary Evacuate, hide, take action. Call 911 when it is safe to do so! Always take note of the two nearest exits. Be aware of your environment and possible dangers. Visual 27 IS-907 – Active Shooter: What You Can Do

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