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Armed Intruder/Active Shooter: Developing a Culture of Preparedness in Your Facility
Date:
June 14, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM ET
 
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Webinar Description

Overview

This webinar will address the realities of an armed intruder/active shooter in or near a healthcare facility or senior services community. Learn about real-world situations and possible strategies to consider when this type of adverse event occurs.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the risks associated with an armed intruder/active shooter inside of or within close proximity to a healthcare facility or senior services community
  • Discover options to consider when this type of adverse event occurs
  • Understand the importance of creating a culture of preparedness by establishing procedures, training and exercises

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Steve Wilder


Steven S. Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS
COO, Sorensen, Wilder & Associates, Safety & Security Solutions Specialist

As a founder of S. Wilder and Associates, Inc., Steve has spent more than thirty years in safety, security and risk management. His proprietary management programs include Safety, Life Safety, Hazardous Materials, Security, Utility Management, Equipment Management, and Emergency Preparedness. He has performed security threat and vulnerability assessments at more than 100 locations across the United States and has trained thousands of workers in workplace safety. His credentials include:

  • Hospital Director of Risk Management, Director of Safety and Facility Management for a senior service agency with fifteen facilities
  • Corporate Director of Safety and Security for a healthcare system with ten hospitals and fifteen long-term care facilities
  • A founding member of the Emergency Management Alliance (EM Alliance)
  • An experienced trial expert, consulting law firms and insurance companies on issues of safety, security, risk management, aggression management and workplace violence



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Who Should Attend
  • All levels of staffing in any type of occupancy

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Registration Form
  Armed Intruder/Active Shooter: Developing a Culture of Preparedness in Your Facility  
Date:
June 14, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM ET

Date:
June 14, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM ET

Overview

This webinar will address the realities of an armed intruder/active shooter in or near a healthcare facility or senior services community. Learn about real-world situations and possible strategies to consider when this type of adverse event occurs.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the risks associated with an armed intruder/active shooter inside of or within close proximity to a healthcare facility or senior services community
  • Discover options to consider when this type of adverse event occurs
  • Understand the importance of creating a culture of preparedness by establishing procedures, training and exercises
About the Speaker
Steve Wilder

  Steven S. Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS
COO, Sorensen, Wilder & Associates, Safety & Security Solutions Specialist

As a founder of S. Wilder and Associates, Inc., Steve has spent more than thirty years in safety, security and risk management. His proprietary management programs include Safety, Life Safety, Hazardous Materials, Security, Utility Management, Equipment Management, and Emergency Preparedness. He has performed security threat and vulnerability assessments at more than 100 locations across the United States and has trained thousands of workers in workplace safety. His credentials include:

  • Hospital Director of Risk Management, Director of Safety and Facility Management for a senior service agency with fifteen facilities
  • Corporate Director of Safety and Security for a healthcare system with ten hospitals and fifteen long-term care facilities
  • A founding member of the Emergency Management Alliance (EM Alliance)
  • An experienced trial expert, consulting law firms and insurance companies on issues of safety, security, risk management, aggression management and workplace violence


Who Should Attend
  • All levels of staffing in any type of occupancy
 
Webinar Description

Overview

This webinar will address the realities of an armed intruder/active shooter in or near a healthcare facility or senior services community. Learn about real-world situations and possible strategies to consider when this type of adverse event occurs.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the risks associated with an armed intruder/active shooter inside of or within close proximity to a healthcare facility or senior services community
  • Discover options to consider when this type of adverse event occurs
  • Understand the importance of creating a culture of preparedness by establishing procedures, training and exercises

About the Speaker
Steve Wilder

Steven S. Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS

As a founder of S. Wilder and Associates, Inc., Steve has spent more than thirty years in safety, security and risk management. His proprietary management programs include Safety, Life Safety, Hazardous Materials, Security, Utility Management, Equipment Management, and Emergency Preparedness. He has performed security threat and vulnerability assessments at more than 100 locations across the United States and has trained thousands of workers in workplace safety. His credentials include:

  • Hospital Director of Risk Management, Director of Safety and Facility Management for a senior service agency with fifteen facilities
  • Corporate Director of Safety and Security for a healthcare system with ten hospitals and fifteen long-term care facilities
  • A founding member of the Emergency Management Alliance (EM Alliance)
  • An experienced trial expert, consulting law firms and insurance companies on issues of safety, security, risk management, aggression management and workplace violence



Who Should Attend
  • All levels of staffing in any type of occupancy
Registration Form

 

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