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 Active Shooter for Non-Clinical Groups

Course Details:
Target Audience: All Business Associates Completion Time:
30 minutes
Course Overview: (Should this be under Facility M?): Incorporating an active shooter incident plan must now be part of every healthcare facility's agenda and emergency management plan. Healthcare facilities that are not compliant with OSHA recommendations can be held legally liable for any injuries or deaths that occur during an active shooter incident. Several lawsuits have already been filed in court that have accused the facilities of inadequate security or negligence. Active shooter events in healthcare facilities have unique challenges such as hazardous materials, including infectious disease, locked units (mental health), and a large vulnerable patient population. This training covers administrative and HR responsibilities, recognizing potential workplace violence, types of active shooters, guidelines to survive active shooter situations, emergency action plan, and more.

Objectives:

  • Active Shooter Training

  • Identifying the warning signs of a potential active shooter situation

  • How to plan for and survive an active shooting situation

  • Emergency protocols

  • Run.Hide.Fight