This course is designed for childcare providers of all sizes and for all age children, including, but not limited to, home childcare sites, childcare facilities, nursery schools, camps, scouts, sports programs, faith-based programs, and after-school programs. However, anyone with a personal or professional interest in childcare site preparedness is welcome to participate. Teachers, camp counselors, parents, volunteers, scout leaders, and coaches alike will find useful information in this course.
The focus of this course is how to develop, practice, and maintain emergency plans that reflect what must be done before, during, and after a disaster to protect people and their property. Also included is information on how to assemble a disaster supplies pack that contains the food, water, and other supplies in sufficient quantity for individuals and their families to survive
This course will provide a guideline to individuals, managers and employees, so that they can prepare to respond to an active shooter situation. The course is designed to help them become better prepared for an active shooter situation. It is important for employees to be trained so that they can react appropriately if confronted with an active shooter situation. As these situations evolve quickly, quick decisions could mean the difference between life and death.
This course is to provide practical steps you can take to prepare for emergencies that could threaten your home, workplace, and community. The course introduces the four steps to personal emergency preparedness: Be Informed, Make a Plan, Build a Pack, and Get Involved.
Often your employees are the target as well as the organization's first line of defense agents’ security threats. In this course we will present information on how employees can contribute to your organization's security by identifying potential risks to workplace while describing measures for improving the workplace security, and then determine the correct actions to take in response to a security situation.
This course is to give employees awareness of violence in the workplace. We will teach them how to recognize the four types of workplace violence, identify the three warning sign levels related to potential workplace violence, list the action steps taken in response to the workplace violence and identify ways to prevent workplace violence.
This course was designed to educate your employees on how to identify potential targets of adversarial surveillance, how to recognize indicators of surveillance within the everyday environment, what actions you can take to detect potential adversarial surveillance, and what actions you can take to report potential incidents of adversarial surveillance.
Why I Prepare - Presentation
Are you confident that you and your employees will react responsibly with the next man-made or natural disaster? Will you or your employees know how to put out fires, tend to the wounded, properly evacuate, and maintain CONTROL of the situation? Daryl’s high-octane blend of energy and captivating style of storytelling about a very serious topic will inspire and educate your organization to take control of an ever changing environment of emergency preparedness.