With our retail active shooter response training course, you can rest assured that you and your team will be ready to respond if ever needed. With , you'll understand the warning signs of potential violence, learn how to develop situational awareness and help keep individuals safe.
We will teach how to escape, evade and attack along with emergency bleeding control measures.
For retail companies, it is important to do all you can to protect everyone who comes in through your doors. If the unthinkable were to occur and an active shooter entered your establishment, everyone−from management to the front-line staff−needs to be prepared with effective response training. Knowing how to react and whether to attack, evade, or escape the situation could mean the difference between life and death.
Many emergency response procedures are taught in AVERT, so you and your staff will be equipped to effectively deal with an incident. Contact us to find out more about our training and how we can help your retail business.
Through dynamic training and real-life mock scenarios, we'll ensure your staff members understand how to respond when an emergency situation arises. Even a delay of a few minutes can have a huge impact on an individual's chance of survival.
Our active shooter and emergency stop the bleed tactics show people how to react fast, take action, and give anyone who’s been hurt the best possible chance of surviving until further medical attention from emergency responders is provided.
An important learning component of AVERT is the active shooter simulation training. The mock event is done in the safest possible way, with everyone well aware and prepared for what is happening. The simulation gives you a chance to see how your team might respond, what they do well, and how they can improve if an active shooter situation were to arise.
With AVERT, a blend of online and in-person dynamic training tactics are used. Emergency bleeding control practice and the active shooter simulation training enables your team to fully prepare for a worst-case situation.