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PNLA 2019 Conference
LIBRARIES LEADING THE WAY

Centennial Hotel - Spokane, Washington

Friday, August 9 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Active Shooter Survival Training

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With the prevalence of mass shooting events in the U.S., it’s essential to know how to respond appropriately to these deadly situations.  In this presentation, participants will learn how to recognize the warning signs preceding these attacks.  You’ll become familiar with the dynamic, nationally recognized guidelines that can be applied to any situation or environment to help save lives.  Individuals will understand how to cultivate innate survival skills to master your fear and act quickly and decisively during an emergency.  Participants will also get tips on building community partnerships with first responders to help in preparing for an active shooter emergency. 

•    Recognize pre-attack indicators displayed by a violent person in order to avert an active shooter event.
• Become familiar with nationally recognized active shooter guidelines that can be applied to any situation or environment.
• Better understand how the human body reacts under stress and how to utilize emergency survival skills to react appropriately.
• Build community partnerships with first responders in order to be better prepared for an active shooter emergency.
 

Speakers
avatar for Paul Victor Jr.

Paul Victor Jr.

Librarian & Professor, Eastern Washington University
I'm actively involved in coordinating with emergency first responders to offer safety & security training to our library employees. My goal is for all employees to have the skills they need to deal with difficult situations and stay safe. I’ve researched, published & presented... Read More →


Friday August 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:45am
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