Active Shooter Event – 3 Things To Remember:
RUN, HIDE, FIGHT
• Know where the exits are located
• Have an escape plan & route
• Put distance and solid objects between you and the shooter
• Keep hands visible for law enforcement
• Lock and block doorways and entrances with furniture, heavy objects
• Place cell phones on silent and turn off lights
• Stay away from windows
• Incapacitate the shooter by any means – act with aggression
• Strike the weakest points – eyes, groin, throat
• Find and use weapons of opportunity, eg.: fire extinguisher, gravel, chair, hot coffee
Class related to this topic: MABPRO® (Management of Assaultive Behavior® General Certification – AB-508 Approved)
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