Top 10 Tips to Effectively Manage Post-Incident Communication

Oct 30, 2019 2:02:15 PM / by Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth posted in Emergency Response, emergency action plan, post-incident communication

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Communication is "the imparting or exchanging of information or news," and "a connection between people or places," according to the New Oxford American Dictionary. 

Miscommunication can happen in scenario, whether it's between a romantic relationship, a partnership with co-workers for a group project or where to go when there is an emergency evacuation. Excellent and effective communication is vital. 

In reality, crises occur daily. In 2017, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reported 1,247,321 violent crimes in the United States. This statistic ranges from murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault. Additionally, the same year, nearly 11,000 deaths were reported as a result of murder or manslaughter involving a firearm. 

Don't risk poor communication following a life-threatening situation. Read below to learn how you can improve post-incident communication and let Active Threat Solutions (ATS) be your guide to safety. 

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Three Crisis Management Steps to Use In An Active Threat Situation

Mar 6, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Frederick Tessari posted in Emergency Response, emergency action plan, First Aid, crisis management

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Did you know, that in the event of an active threat, you can potentially save the life of your co-worker, friend, or family member if you know what to do between the time the threat starts and the arrival of police? The techniques taught in our Ten-Minute Medic course can prepare you to take action and save lives.

Continue to read on to learn crisis management tips you could use in an active threat situation, what an active threat timeline looks like and about a medic class you can take.

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Emergency Response: First Aid Training for Non-Serious Bleeds

Jan 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth posted in Emergency Response, First Aid

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In our blog, Three Steps to Stop the Bleed After an Emergency Situation, we discussed the three steps an individual could take to stop serious bleeds.

However, if you, your co-worker or customer were non-seriously injured during an active threat at your workplace, could you administer first-aid to them or yourself?

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Three Steps to Stop the Bleed After an Emergency Situation

Nov 1, 2018 4:00:00 PM / by Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth posted in Emergency Response, Stop the Bleed

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Workplace violence has seen an increase in regularity. Individuals in these situations will most likely be injured.

At Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth, we believe that an un-injured individual can be helpful to victims who are injured.

If you know the steps to Stop the Bleed, you can be crucial in potentially saving a life.

Learn the essential three steps to stopping the bleed below.

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