Active Shooter In Your Facility – Survival 4-Hour Customized Training

St. Petersburg College offers customized 4-hour Active Shooter Training developed specifically for your organization. Content is personalized; designed to help employees understand how they may react and feel during an incident, and to provide tools to help take proper actions to protect life. Content includes:

• pre-attack behaviors of shooters
• protecting life of staff, patients and clients
• run/hide/fight
• staff trauma/meltdowns/post incident guilt
• police expectations of the facility
• police actions during an incident
• treatment of injured during an incident
• facility expectations of law enforcement during an incident
• how staff can act/react to police presence during an incident
• post-event mental health of staff and PTSD concerns
• how/when work routines can resume
• once area is deemed “crime scene” how can evacuations be handled
• the use of facilities immediately after an incident
• media

Continuing Education Credits

This course is approved for 4 contact hours for NUR, PT/PTA, OT/OTA, LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, dietary and ALF. SPC CE Broker #50-2525. No partial credit. All attendees will receive a certification of attendance.



The Supporting Role of Healthcare Coalitions for Local Health Departments in Emergency Preparedness

By Nicole Dunifon

With the development of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) Healthcare Preparedness Capabilities: National Guidance for Healthcare System Preparedness, local health departments across the country have now begun to partner with healthcare coalitions and healthcare organizations on emergency preparedness planning, training, and exercises. Read more