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Tuesday Learning Lab: "Workplace Violence Preparedness – Active Assailant Response"

  • 01/09/2024
  • 11:30 AM


  • This learning lab is a members only benefit. If your company is a member of the association, but you have not been added to the membership bundle please contact us.

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No one can realistically expect to eliminate the potential for workplace violence. These events continue to occur with increasing regularity and severity. However, with training to recognize the indicators and preparation to react appropriately, any company or organization can minimize the devastation from these tragedies.

Learning Objectives:

• Discussion of Current Gun Violence Archive and FBI Active Shooter Events, Situational Awareness

• What's Important Now, W.I.N. to have the survival mindset to survive an active violence event.

• Breaking down what Run Hide Fight really looks like

About Mike: Mike Wierenga is a co-founder of Two The Rescue L.L.C. and has over 31 years of law enforcement experience combined with 18 years as a firefighter and over 7,000 hours of classroom and practical skill instruction in police, fire, and EMS departments as well as several government organizations, colleges, universities, hospitals, and security agencies. Mikes training and experience includes over 600 hours of critical-incident stress management programs combined with an immeasurable number of front-line applications in line-of-duty deaths, officer-involved shootings, suicides, violent tragedies, and deaths. Mike was a team leader with his department's peer support Cop to Cop Critical Incident Stress Management team and was instrumental in the creation and implementation of a pre-incident wellness educational program for new recruits and their families. Mike's passion for the emotional wellness and the safety of his class attendees is readily apparent in his professional presentation skills.


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