Active Shooter Case Study
This recorded webinar shares lessons learned by an emergency management team during an actual active shooter event.
Active Shooter Case Study: Lessons In Emergency Planning & Communications
In 2013, Jeff Trask served as an emergency management administrator during an active shooter event at a college campus.
This recorded webinar takes a detailed look at the emergency management team’s emergency preparedness planning and communications strategy and how they were able to react quickly.
During this 60-minute session, you’ll learn how:
- Using an ENS enabled them to quickly lock down the college campus and protect the campus community
- The entire emergency management response was run via a virtual Emergency Operations Center
- In-depth emergency planning helped them quickly respond to the incident
- Emergency communications, including pre-planned alerts, helped officials react within minutes of the shooting
- Recording Date: April 26, 2018
- Speaker: Jeff Trask
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
MSM, CEM®, MBCP®
Jeff Trask is an experienced emergency management and business continuity professional, formerly in charge of IT incident management for a Fortune 500 company.
He has worked with organizations to implement emergency preparedness and business continuity plans for more than 10 years, with experience in the financial, government and academic sectors. He has held leadership roles in government, academia, private sector and non-profit organizations.
He is a national Certified Emergency Manager through the International Association of Emergency Managers and Master Continuity Practitioner through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. He is a FEMA certified instructor and holds instructor certificates in many emergency management related topics.