Active Assailant Preparation Webinar Series
Prevention. Response. Recovery
Less than four months into 2023, the U.S. already had 155 mass shootings. If we continue at this pace, at least one mass shooting will occur every day, somewhere in America.
These shootings have happened in schools, at events, and in businesses of all kinds, putting all of us at risk for catastrophic damage and tragic loss.
Watch on-demand for a three-part webinar series in which advisors will discuss prevention, tactical response strategies and how organizations can protect themselves.
View and Register for All Sessions in This Series:
Session 1: Prevention
May 17, 2023 | Watch Full Webcast (passcode: Active20231!)
Watch as Jason Destein, Consultant, Physical Security with Margolis Healy & Associates focuses many aspects of violence prevention for schools and businesses. Jason speaks regularly on this topic at national and international conferences. His primary focus is on K-12 and higher education.
Session 2: Response
May 24, 2023 | Watch Full Webcast (passcode: Active2!)
Session 2 was led by Andrew Hayden, President of Hayden Investigations & Security Services, LLC. He is a former FBI agent and currently serves as the NFL Security Liaison for the Cleveland Browns. He focused on effective tactical response strategies for active assailant events.
Session 3: Recovery
May 31, 2023 | Watch Full Webcast (passcode Active3!)
The final session was led by Kyle Rogers, Senior War and Terrorism Underwriter at Markel. Here he discussed expectations for insurance response and insurance coverage options.
- David Hosier, Senior Risk Management Consultant, Oswald Companies
David has extensive experience in leading global organizations through Business Continuity Planning, Crisis Response and Management, and Situational Awareness. He has represented companies on the local, state, and national level, including on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Business Emergency Operations Center.
During each session, David discusses risk management considerations and operational impacts related to active assailant incidents.
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