In order to create a holistic active shooter training strategy, we construct a comprehensive and enterprise-wide emergency management plan that identifies potential harm and provides access to the necessary resources and input from both internal and external multi-disciplinary experts. Our core methodology follows the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) structure and terminology that reflect the four phases of emergency management:
- Prevention and mitigation
We will ensure your mitigation objectives are achieved through prevention-oriented planning, continuous coordination with both public and private sectors, implementation of best practices, and the latest technology to deter, secure, monitor, and mitigate risk. Our tailored plan and customized training curriculum directly address personnel, resources, physical security measures, security technologies, policies and procedures, and critical infrastructure, among other areas, by understanding their respective levels of efficiency and developing strategies that best suit each particular situation.