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The ABC’s of Active Shooter Response: ACT, BLOCK, CHALLENGE™
with Keynote Speaker Ryan T. Searles
We often associate active shooter incidents with schools. Most people aren’t aware that active shooter incidents happen at businesses twice as often. Join this event to learn how to prepare your organization to respond if faced with a situation like this. In this session Ryan Searles, Vice President, Risk Management for The Texas Group, will discuss:
- Active Shooter Definition
- Anatomy of an Active Shooter
- Active Shooter Events
- Conditioning the Mind and Body to Stress
- Rehearsals and Drills
- Workplace Violence (OSHA)
- The ABC’s of Active Shooter Response ACT, BLOCK, CHALLENGE TM
- When Police and EMS Arrive
- Post-event Trauma
Best Practices for Managing Employees with Mental Illness
Sarah Glaser assists employers in Texas and across the country with proactive and cost-effective representation. In addition to providing preventative counseling on day-to-day questions, drafting employment-related documents, and conducting workplace investigations, Sarah is a litigator who represents employers in in front of courts and administrative agencies. Welter Law, where Sarah is a Senior Associate, is uniquely poised to provide practical and cost-effective representation nationwide.
The Breakfast Meeting Format:
Location: Norris Conference Center
2525 West Anderson Lane, Austin, TX 78757
7:00-7:30 am - Registration and Networking
7:30-8:00 am - Buffet and Business Meeting
8:00-9:00 am - Keynote - Ryan T. Searles, the Texas Group, Inc.
9:00-9:30 am - Employment Law Hot Topics
*This session has been approved for 1 hr of re-certification credit through HRCI & SHRM.*
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