Overview: “Run-Hide-Fight” is the standard procedure being taught by law enforcement to organizations developing response plans for active shooter situations (federal guidelines may require your facility to conduct this training as part of your security plan). This program is taught by a certified firearms instructor and gives practical guidance about how to survive potentially dangerous encounters and discusses workforce planning, training, and simulation, along with physical counter-measures and crisis communications. We will also address liability and the legal implications of self-defense.
- Categorize violent encounters that health care providers and facilities should prepare for.
- Identify vulnerabilities and assets that determine the response to (and outcome of) a dangerous encounter.
- Review current concepts and guidelines for survival in active shooter and other violent scenarios.