Are you prepared for the next emergency?
Lectures, seminars and even written examinations fail to provide an accurate assessment of how effective our written plans are or how well our teams will perform when responding to an emergency, not to mention the emerging of pandemics as a newly identified threat that must be addressed. Furthermore, the speed at which criminal tactics are deployed, in cases of active-violence scenarios, tend to leave organizations unprepared, frightened and wondering how well they would fare if faced with an event in the workplace.
In this session, we will discuss these concerns at multiple levels and provide critical feedback. Emergency Action Plans should be implemented as early and often as possible to reduce precious time, reserve critical resources and protect the most precious assets.
During this session, you will learn best practices to assess and adjust procedural shortcomings (when necessary) within a documented emergency action plan, Legal Requirements for Emergency Planning & Content, Emergency Response Team Composition and Responsibilities, and a brief introduction to Emergency Action Procedures – tailored to concerns. A dialogue around the management of pandemics will be discussed as well. Join us!
Presenter: Aquil Bey
Aquil is the Founder of the Tailored Defense Training Group, LLC. (TDTG). TDTG mitigates the effects of violent crimes through the delivery of awareness and self-defense training programs to law-abiding citizens. TDTG offers a variety of programs and assists in the development of organizational training and workplace safety strategies.
Aquil is a retired Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army with over 22 years of service where he served as a Special Forces Engineer Sergeant and Special Forces Senior Operations Sergeant. He served as an Assaulter, Sniper/Observer and Breacher in a specialized, Tier 2 Direct Action and Counter-Terrorism company. As Master Sergeant, he trained, prepared and lead a newly formed, 87-Soldier Special Forces Company, on its first combat deployment in the Global War on Terror. Following this operation, he served as the Detachment Operations Sergeant on a multi-missioned Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha, specializing in Direct Action, Special Reconnaissance, Unconventional Warfare, Combat Search and Rescue and Advanced Special Operations Techniques. Recently, Aquil lended his expertise to the corporate world, including fortune-500 companies such as Under Armour, where he supervised the activities directly related to the planning and execution of a global safety and security strategy that he implemented for a 55-person team, establishing Under Armour’s executive protection program.
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