Jul 2019 Offering
- PER375 - Surviving an Active Threat: Run. Hide. Fight.
- Date & Times
- Jul 9, 2019 from 8 AM - 5 PM
This 8-hour course aims to train non-traditional first responders, including civilian employees, students, faculty, staff, patrons, and any other individuals, who live, work, or visit any location where an active threat incident may occur. The course focuses on the various components of the Run. Hide. Fight. response paradigm, which is widely accepted and taught as one of the primary response paradigms regarding active threat incidents. Participants will learn about ways the Run. Hide. Fight. response paradigm can be applied in any active threat incident, regardless of the location or other factors involved.
During the course, participants will discuss the three primary tenets of the response paradigm, evaluate how the paradigm can be incorporated into existing building emergency action plans, complete a practical exercise in which they will demonstrate the response options, and become familiar with notable case studies in which the response options were either implemented or could have been implemented to prevent or mitigate the attacks. The course includes lecture, group discussion, and practical application of course material and seeks to prepare the target audience for an active threat incident by providing participants with plausible and effective response options.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Citizens or community volunteers, Educational personnel, Emergency Management personnel, Governmental administrative personnel, Healthcare personnel.
- Max Attendance
- 40 (10 Open Seats)
Moberly Area Community College - Moberly
101 College Ave
Moberly, MO 65270
- POST Approved
- Target Audiences
- Volunteer Organizations, Public Health, Government Administrative, Emergency Management, and Education
- Open To The Public
- None Set
- Registrant Notes
Additional Registration Requirements will be shared in the Acceptance Notification sent at a later date.
Course registrants will be listed here along with their contributing role.
|Bankhead, Jessica||Ravenwood Terrace|
|Borders, Kristin||Hospice of Northeast Missouri|
|Brocksieck, Sheila||Quincy Medical Group|
|Buie, Christina||Monroe County|
|Burke, Patrick||Moberly Area Community College|
|Calcagno, Mary||City of Moberly|
|Colley, Lora||City of Moberly|
|Decker, Lori||Monroe County|
|Dutton, Kenneth||Macon Fire Department|
|Fields, Cy||Monroe County Joint Communications|
|Graupman, Chrissy||Monroe County|
|Heick, Heather||Ravenwood terrace|
|Hopper, Aaron||Moberly Police Department|
|Jurgesmeyer, Sheila||Monroe County|
|Key, Linda||Monroe County|
|Lamar, William||St. Joseph Fire Dept|
|Landon, Debbie||Monroe County|
|Link, Troy||City of Moberly|
|Mericle, Janice||Moberly Area Community College|
|Morgans, Johnathan||Olive Tree Counseling|
|Pantaleo, Kieth||Salt River Ambulance District|
|Staggs, Ron||Monroe County|
|THOMPSON, KENNETH||None Set|
|Thompson, Kenneth||Moberly Regional Hosital|
|Utterback, Stacy||Monroe County|
|Whisenand, Sharon||Randolph County Health Department|
|Wood, Drayse||Moberly Medical Clinics|
|Yates, Tom||Macon County Ambulance District|