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Active Shooter in the Workplace: Respond with a Survivor’s Mindset and Limit Your Liability Exposure - On-Demand

Active Shooter in the Workplace: Respond with a Survivor’s Mindset and Limit Your Liability Exposure - On-Demand

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Active Shooter in the Workplace: Respond with a Survivor’s Mindset and Limit Your Liability Exposure - On-Demand

Webinar is now available on-demand.

Our team at BLR would like to extend our condolences to all those affected by this weekend’s mass shooting in Orlando. Our thoughts are with all those impacted by this tragedy - employees, owners, customers, their friends and families.

If an unstable employee, ex-employee, or employee family member entered your workplace with a gun, would you know what to do? This is a serious question that every safety manager, HR professional, and employee should be able to answer with a resounding “Yes.”

Based on statistical data, when an assailant opens fire, an average of a dozen injuries and at least three deaths are likely to occur. Being prepared is the best tool for survival, for both you and your employees.

Consider the recent massacre that occurred at the San Bernardino, California’s Inland Regional Center (IRC), where armed assailants ambushed a workplace party, killing 14 and injuring 17 others. Witnesses identified one of the assailants as an employee for the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (SBCDPH), which was putting on the event at the IRC facility that day.

Employers can no longer subscribe to the notion that “it will never happen here,” given the frequency and severity of workplace attacks. Fortunately, you can train employees to respond to an active assailant attack in ways that can minimize their risk of injury and death.

You won’t want to miss this critical on-demand webinar. Our presenters, Kevlon H. Kirkpatrick, FCPP, FCP, CBI and Audra L. Nordaby, FCPP, FCP, CBI, from Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC, will share important insights on preparing for an active shooter or other workplace violence-related event. They will discuss pre-attack indicators, how to look at your workplace through eyes of an assailant and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) strategies that could save lives.

You will learn how to: 

  • Apply crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) strategies that could help save lives 
  • Identify behaviors, causes, and red flags typically associated with active shooter incidents and workplace violence 
  • Develop an emergency operations plan with a focus on active shooters 
  • Use creative ways to enhance situational awareness and a survival mindset 
  • Determine whether or not your workplace could be considered a “soft target” 

 

About Your Presenters:

Kevlon KirkpatrickKevlon H. Kirkpatrick, FCPP, FCP, CBI 
Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC

Kevlon H. Kirkpatrick has over nineteen years of experience working as a Law Enforcement Officer and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the College of Staten Island. He is certified by the Office of the Attorney General as a Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner, a Florida Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Practitioner (CPTED), a School Resource Officer (SRO) and Convenience Business Inspector. The Valencia College Criminal Justice Institute has also certified him as a Physical Fitness Trainer, a General Instructor and a Defensive Tactics Instructor.

Mr. Kirkpatrick has completed such courses as Basic and Advanced CPTED, Basic, Residential and Commercial Crime Prevention, CPTED for Hospitals and Carver Vulnerability Assessment and Autism Awareness Training for Law Enforcement Officers.

Mr. Kirkpatrick is the 2010 American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) Crime Prevention Officer of the Year Award winner and is an active board member of the Central Florida Crime Prevention Association (C.F.C.P.A.) and an active member of Florida Design Out Crime Association (FLDOCA).

Mr. Kirkpatrick has conducted several hundred residential security surveys, as well as CPTED surveys for commercial institutions. Mr. Kirkpatrick is an instructor for the Florida Crime Prevention Training Institute (FCPTI) and taught at the Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner Update class (Feb. 2015). He was a speaker at the 17th International Crime Free Conference (July 2015). He was a speaker at the 2014 Church Network Conference (formally called National Association of Church Business Administration) and the 2014 Southern States Crime Prevention Conference. Kevlon also teaches at the Florida Department of Health annual training sessions and at the 2013 Preventing Crime in the Black Community. 


Audra NordabyAudra L. Nordaby, FCPP, FCP, CBI 
Certified Crime Prevention Consultants, LLC

Audra Nordaby is a Planner III with the City of Orlando and is assigned to the Orlando Police Department (OPD), Professional Standards Division, Planning and Grant Section. She has 24 years of experience in public safety with OPD, holds a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Management with a Minor in Public Safety Telecommunications from Jacksonville State University and is a Certified Public Manager through Florida State University.

Ms. Nordaby has completed hundreds of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) plan reviews for development plans submitted to the City and on-site CPTED assessments. Ms. Nordaby is certified by the Office of the Florida Attorney General as a Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner, and a Florida CPTED Practitioner. She has completed Basic and Advanced CPTED training, CPTED for Hospitals, Basic, Residential and Commercial Crime Prevention applications and Convenience Business Inspector.

As a CPTED and Crime Prevention Practitioner, Ms. Nordaby was a speaker at the 17th International Crime Free Conference (July 2015), the 2014 Church Network Conference (formally called National Association of Church Business Administration) and the 2014 Southern States Crime Prevention Conference. She has spoken with or conducted CPTED presentations for a variety of neighborhood, business and community groups. 

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