Our expert trainers provide you with the skills and knowledge to better proactively identify and then respond to the threat of an active assailant / active shooter.
We can work with individuals, small groups and organisations of any size.
Contact us for special tailored programs for your organisations unique risk landscape.
Active Assailant Preparedness Program (AAPP)
The Program lasts for four hours and provides attendees with the key knowledge and skills to improve their preparedness and enhance their survivability in potential mass casualty incidents.
- Decrease Vulnerability & Increase Survivability.
- Recognising Potential Workplace Violence.
- Indicators of Aggression “Recognise, Report and Defuse”.
- Definition and Background Profile of Active Assailants.
- Types of Situations & Incident Stages.
- Developing and Enhancing Situational Awareness “Alert not Afraid”.
- Active Assailant Response Methods.
- Effective Incident Communication/Mass Notification.
- High Rise “Verticality” Special Considerations.
- Benefits and Perils of Social Media in Mass Casualty Incidents.
- Civilian “First Responders”.
- Law Enforcement Response – What To Expect.
- Case Studies & Video Review – “Lessons Learned”.
- Post Event Protocols.
- Dealing With the Media.
Who Can Benefit?
What Our Clients Say!
I would highly recommend Praesidium to any organisation seeking to up skill their workforce and mitigate their organisations vulnerabilities.
I found Scott’s training to be highly professional, effective, and it was well received
by all who attended, including 2 of our service executives. I have since recommended Praesidium Risk Services to a client, and will continue to
recommend their services for this type of training..
Since placing our duty management team through the conflict management
training program with Praesidium Risk, we’ve witnessed a tangible, and measurable improvement in our team and a reduction in conflicts.
Redcape Hotel Group has engaged Scott Taylor from Praesidium as our external Security Consultant since November 2015. Scott’s role has been quite diverse and he has been a key element in the development and progression of Redcape’s Security Vision