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Surviving Active Shooter Situations in the Workplace - Knoxville June 27

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Name: Surviving Active Shooter Situations in the Workplace - Knoxville June 27
Date: June 27, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Workplace violence accounts for nearly 800 homicides each year in the U.S. Nearly 2 million American workers are victims of some form of workplace violence. What should you do if the unthinkable happens?

***Federal regulations require that all employers make reasonable efforts to keep their employees safe and to mitigate the potential harm caused by Workplace Violence.***

Are you responsible for delivering governmental or professional services, products, education, or health care? If you are, the data shows that you also need to be concerned about violence in the workplace and its impact on your business and employees.
Participants in this cutting edge, relevant workshop will learn specific strategies for Surviving Active Shooter Situations.

In our S.A.S.S. program the attendees will learn specific techniques of what to do if the unthinkable happens and they find themselves in the middle of an Active Shooter Situation. There are specific and easy to remember actions that you can do to drastically increase the chances of surviving an Active Shooter Situation for you, your coworkers, and your family.

Instructor:   Monte Gould

Monte Gould actively served in law enforcement for over 28 years and 22 years SWAT. During his tenure in Law Enforcement he led the development in implementation of an active shooter response for the state of California "Emergency Operations Unit".  Monte has provided training and advisory services for the Guatemalan Secret Service (SAAS) in executive protection on numerous occasions from 1995 to 2011. Additionally working alongside these elements and providing close protection to the President and Vice President of Guatemala. He was a member of US Army Special operations, among others he deployed in support of humanitarian relief operations and foreign internal defense in Afghanistan and is a decorated combat veteran with over twenty years of service. He is a graduate of ESI (Executive Security International) and is a registered and certified CPS (Close Protection Specialist) 
UT Conference Center
600 Henley St., 4th Floor (details following)
Knoxville, TN 37902
Date/Time Information:
June 27, 2018
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Contact Information:
Suzie Lusk 615-256-5141
TCCI Members- $149.00
Non Members- $199.00
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