The Facility Manager’s Keys to Active Shooter/Assailant Preparedness in the 21st Century
From the Active Shooter/Assailant threat, your stakeholders expect a high level of emergency preparedness. How can FMs put together plans and procedures that are simple, yet comprehensive? The Facility Managers and Building Engineers are the most important people in your company when it comes to the safety and well-being of the individuals working and visiting your facility. Most often, you know more about the building and the people in the building than almost anyone else. You are the one the responders want to talk to when they first arrive on the scene after an incident. So, how can you be fully prepared to answer their questions? Randy Braverman will equip you with the knowledge to take back and be confident you are prepared. You will walk away with the strategies and resources you need to either strengthen your existing emergency preparedness program or to begin building your program.
The session (#2049) will be held on Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 9:45 – 11:00 AM in the Chicago Ballroom X of the Sheraton Grand Chicago. For more on IFMA’s Facility Fusion visit: http://events.ifma.org/facilityfusion/2018/