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According to the American Hospital Association, 95% of hospitals have active shooter policies in place. It is critically important to prepare for the entire life cycle of a shooting attack, including anticipating and planning for the post-shooting challenges.
To ensure your policies are robust enough to sustain a critical event, we invited Steven Crimando, MA, BCETS, CHS-V, to explore the complex details of a post-shooting plan, and gather best practices on how to address post-shooting challenges through pre-planning. He discusses:
- Timeline planning, pre, during, and post
- A breakdown of post event phases
- Media management
- Team members vital to effective implementation of an after-incident plan