June 20, 2019
11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Speaker: Ted Hayes, Senior Risk Manager M3 Insurance, Wausau WITopic:
M3 Insurance, 828 John Nolen Dr, Madison, WI 53713
Lifesaving Tips When Facing an Armed Intruder/Active Shooter
Statistics indicate that a little more than 60% of active shooter situations are over within five minutes. Knowing exactly what to do during those few minutes may mean the difference between life and death for you, a coworker and many others in your building. Whether your company uses A.L.I.C.E, run-hide-fight, lockdown, evacuation, or other employee crisis action protocols, it is critical to comprehend how to place as many roadblocks as possible between yourself and the intruder/shooter to increase your chances of surviving an active shooter event.
THIS PROGRAM WILL ADDRESS:
- Rapid Response Evacuation and Lockdown Protocols
- Physical Security Controls – The internal and external physical security controls to harden your operation to reduce the exposure of an armed intruder or active shooter
- “Hear Something, See Something, Say Something”– The signs and indicators of an active shooter as well as identifying signs of escalation of verbal and/or physical altercations
- Visual Weapons Screening – The physical and behavioral characteristics of an armed intruder and active shooter
- The A-B-C System of Shooter Weapon Control– Action always beats reaction – learn how to safely control a weapon of an armed intruder or active shooter
- Room Specific Security Controls– Learn how to determine where the safest areas are in your company when facing an armed intruder or active shooter situation
Ted Hayes, MSE, CSP, Senior Risk Manager
Ted Hayes is a Senior Risk Manager in the Wausau office of M3 Insurance. Specializing in property and casualty exposures, Ted consults with M3's business, school district and municipality clients to develop safety programs and risk management strategies. His areas of focus include manufacturing, schools, construction, and behavioral safety.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in occupational safety from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Ted went on to earn a Masters of Science in Education (MSE) and ergonomics. He worked with Wausau Insurance Companies as a Safety Consultant for 24 years before joining M3 in 2009.
Who Should Attend: Office Managers, CFO’s, Controllers, CEOs, Safety Managers
This is a group-live program at the overview level. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required.
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