What’s your Role in a Hostile Event?
NFPA Emergency Services Specialist John Montes explains why everyone has a role to play in keeping people and properties safer from harm.
Understanding NFPA 3000™ (PS) Standard for Active Shooter / Hostile Event Response Program
In response to the increasing number of mass casualty incidents in our world, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released NFPA 3000TM (PS), Standard for an Active Shooter / Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program to help communities with unified planning, response and recovery. Since its debut, schools and universities have taken a keen interest in learning more about creating a cohesive, well-defined ASHER strategy with local authorities.
Developed by law enforcement, fire, EMS, facility security, hospitals, universities, private business, and federal agencies, NFPA 3000 provides guidance on the comprehensive plans, policies, and procedures that should be established before, during and after the unthinkable happens. NFPA Emergency Services Specialist John Montes, staff liaison to the technical committees for EMS, Fire Service Occupational Safety and Health, Hazardous Materials Response, and Cross Functional Emergency Preparedness and Response, explains why everyone has a role to play in keeping people and properties safer from harm.
Join John for this webinar, and learn about:
- The scope, parameters and practitioners that contributed to NFPA 3000
- The standard’s 20 chapters designed to help you reduce risk
- Ways to organize, manage, communicate, and sustain your ASHER program
- Resources and tools available to you