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IN-PERSON CONSULTING

 

SCHOOLS

Emergency Response Plans

Does your school have a comprehensive and practical emergency plan?  When is the last time your plan was updated?  No one can predict with 100% certainty when an emergency will happen or how an event will impact safety at your school.  An effective strategy to maintaining a safer and more secure school environment is to ensure that you have an emergency plan in place before something happens.  Emergency plans should include the essential components of preparedness, prevention-mitigation, response, and recovery.  Emergency plans should be updated annually.  Contact us to learn how we can help you develop, revise, or update your emergency plan.  Also ask about our digital emergency response plan software. 

 

Security Risk Surveys       

Your safety and security decisions should be based on facts not assumptions.  Having a security risk survey performed at your school will provide your administrative team with objective information they can use to improve security and reduce risk.  The security risk survey includes a physical inspection of your facilities and grounds, analysis of your security policies, and assessment of your emergency preparedness capabilities as it relates to emergency planning, emergency training, emergency equipment, emergency collaboration, and emergency communications.  Security risk surveys should be conducted every five years.  Contact us to learn how we can perform a security risk survey at your school.  Also ask about our digital security risk survey software.      

 

Emergency Tabletop Exercises

Practicing your emergency response procedures is crucial to enhancing your emergency preparedness capabilities.  Performing full-scale drills is not always possible due to time constraints, availability of personnel, and other factors.  You can still take assertive action to prepare your school for emergencies by conducting tabletop exercises with key organizational personnel.  Emergency tabletop training exercises should be conducted annually.  Contact us to learn how we can help facilitate tabletop training exercises at your school.  

 

Emergency Response Training for Schools

This training workshop will help prepare your school how to respond to emergencies.  The training addresses emergency preparedness and crisis management, proven techniques and strategies to prevent violence in school, mental health concerns that students and faculty can develop before and after a crisis, and best practices for reducing risk and creating safer learning environments.  The curriculum is research-based and developed by experts in the emergency management and security field.  Contact us to learn how we can provide your school a partial-day or full-day training workshop.  Also ask about our digital training course.  Target Group: All School Employees   

                  

Threat Assessment Training for Schools

This training workshop will help prepare your school how to prevent targeted violent attacks planned by students.  The training is based on research studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Secret Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other academic scholars in the violence prevention and behavioral intervention fields.  The workshop teaches schools how to develop a specialized internal team to focus strictly on violence prevention.  It provides school employees guidance on how to objectively assess threats made by students in a non-bias fashion and foster the highest level of professional collaboration between stakeholders.  Contact us to learn how we can provide your school a partial-day or full-day training workshop.  Also ask about our digital training course.  Target Group: School Administrators, School Psychologists, School Social Workers, School Resource Officers, and designated School Faculty and Staff.

 

Safety Training for School Aides & Monitors

This training workshop will help prepare your school how to safeguard students when they are outside the classroom.  The training examines the role of school chaperones, aides, monitors, and other para-professionals as it relates to safety on the playground, inside the lunchroom, and while traveling off campus on field trips.  The training provides practical instruction to “front-line” employees about out-of-the-classroom safety and security.  Contact us to learn how we can provide your school a partial-day or full-day training workshop.  Also ask about our digital training course.  

 

HOUSES OF WORSHIP

Emergency Response Plans

Does your house of worship have a comprehensive and practical emergency plan?  When is the last time your plan was updated?  No one can predict with 100% certainty when an emergency will happen or how an event will impact safety at your church, temple, or synagogue.  An effective strategy to maintaining a safer and more secure house of worship environment is to ensure that you have an emergency plan in place before something happens.  Emergency plans should include the essential components of preparedness, prevention-mitigation, response, and recovery.  Emergency plans should be updated annually.  Contact us to learn how we can help you develop, revise, or update your emergency plan.  Also ask about our digital emergency response plan software. 

 

Security Risk Surveys       

Your safety and security decisions should be based on facts not assumptions.  Having a security risk survey performed at your house of worship will provide your administrative team with objective information they can use to improve security and reduce risk.  The security risk survey includes a physical inspection of your facilities and grounds, analysis of your security policies, and assessment of your emergency preparedness capabilities as it relates to emergency planning, emergency training, emergency equipment, emergency collaboration, and emergency communications.  Security risk surveys should be conducted every five years.  Contact us to learn how we can perform a security risk survey at your house of worship.  Also ask about our digital security risk survey software.     

 

Emergency Tabletop Exercises

Practicing your emergency response procedures is crucial to enhancing your emergency preparedness capabilities.  Performing full-scale drills is not always possible due to time constraints, availability of personnel, and other factors.  You can still take assertive action to prepare your house of worship for emergencies by conducting tabletop exercises with key organizational personnel.  Emergency tabletop training exercises should be conducted annually.  Contact us to learn how we can help facilitate tabletop training exercises at your house of worship.  

 

Protecting Houses of Worship Training

This training workshop will help prepare you to protect your house of worship.  The training includes practical instruction in emergency communications, crisis response and management, special events security, and safeguarding church and temple attendees, including individuals working in the nursery, religious education school, and other religious ministries.  Contact us to learn how we can provide your house of worship a training workshop.  Also ask about our digital training course.

BUSINESSES

 

Emergency Response Plans 

Does your business or workplace have a comprehensive and practical emergency plan?  When is the last time your plan was updated?  No one can predict with 100% certainty when an emergency will happen or how an event will impact safety at your workplace.  An effective strategy to maintaining a safer and more secure workplace environment is to ensure that you have an emergency plan in place before something happens.  Emergency plans should include the essential components of preparedness, prevention-mitigation, response, and recovery.  Emergency plans should be updated annually.  Contact us to learn how we can help you develop, revise, or update your emergency plan.  Also ask about our digital emergency response plan software.  

 

Security Risk Surveys           

Your safety and security decisions should be based on facts not assumptions.  Having a security risk survey performed at your workplace will provide your executive team with objective information they can use to improve security and reduce risk.  The security risk survey includes a physical inspection of your facilities and grounds, analysis of your security policies, and assessment of your emergency preparedness capabilities as it relates to emergency planning, emergency training, emergency equipment, emergency collaboration, and emergency communications.  Security risk surveys should be conducted every five years.  Contact us to learn how we can perform a security risk survey at your workplace.  Also ask about our digital security risk survey software.      

 

Emergency Tabletop Exercises

Practicing your emergency response procedures is crucial to enhancing your emergency preparedness capabilities.  Performing full-scale drills is not always possible due to time constraints, availability of personnel, and other contributing factors.  You can still take assertive action to prepare your workplace for emergencies by conducting tabletop exercises with key organizational personnel.  Emergency tabletop training exercises should be conducted annually.  Contact us to learn how we can help facilitate tabletop training at your business or workplace.   

 

Workplace Violence Prevention Training

This training workshop will help prepare you to prevent violence in the workplace before it occurs.  The training will instruct employees how to recognize threats and hazards, identify and report potentially dangerous coworkers, communicate during emergencies, and take protective action if an emergency occurs.  Contact us to learn how we can provide your workplace a training workshop.  Also ask about our digital training course.  

VARS CERTIFICATION

 

                                 (Violent Assault Response Survival)  is an 8-hour hands on training certification course designed to teach practical techniques that can be utilized to survive a violent assault at your school, house of worship, or workplace.  Whether you work at a school, university, hospital, church, temple, or other workplace setting, the principles of survival taught in this course are universal and based on the philosophy that your chances of surviving a violent assault increase significantly if you understand all the options available to you during an attack.

 

Far too often, organizations have adopted a “lockdown only” tactic in response to an active shooter.  Employees are continuously trained to lockdown, hide, and wait to be rescued by responding police.  A major problem with “lockdown only” protocol is that most active shooter incidents are stopped by other than police.  In other words, the killing ceases because the shooter runs out of ammunition, commits suicide, or is overtaken by the people they are trying to murder.

 

Make no mistake, an active shooter inside your building is an imminent threat to your safety.  CLPS firmly believes that Lockdown during an active shooter event is a viable option and should be included as part of your organization’s emergency response plan.  However, there are other options you need to know in addition to “locking down” that could increase your chances of survival.  This course teaches Early Threat Recognition, Crisis Communications, Lockdown and Barricade, Safe Evacuation and Escape, and Defensive Force and Resistance Tactics.    

 

VARS Certification training is a train-the-trainer course.  Participants who successfully complete this course will be authorized and prepared to provide this important survival training to others at their organization. 

 

Contact us for more information about this important survival training!