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    June 20, 2019 - Chapter Meeting

    Date: June 20, 2019, 11:30am
    G.L. Wilson Building Company
    190 Wilson Park Road
    Statesville, NC
    No Cost to Members - $50 for Non-members and Guests
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    Please join us as we present:

    Civilian Response to Active Shooter Course presented by Iredell County Sheriff's Office

    The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Course was developed in the light of such recent mass shooting events, Aurora, Illinois, the Orland Park Mall, the Poway Synagogue, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

    The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office wants you to be as prepared as possible. We want you to know what actions to take if you are confronted by a similar situation. We and you to be prepared, and proactive rather than reactive in giving you this information.

    Areas covered in the course. What is an Active Shooter? What actions to take if confronted by an active shooter. What actions to take when law enforcement arrives on the scene of an active shooter situation. Indicators for violence before the incident. What steps you should to take to prepare for an active shooter situation.


    Legal Perspectives on Workplace Violence presented by Wendy Ratcliff with WCI

     The learning objective is to understand and prevent workplace violence.

    Review the plan for dealing with active shooters or extreme violence.

    Lean the definition of workplace violence and the ways that you can help to prevent it. Review tools that you have to report concerns about violence.

    Learn what the employer’s liability is in respect to workplace violence.

    Learn what OSHA’S General Duty Clause is and what the big picture encompasses. It is important to have written plan and escalation procedures, emergency action plan.

    Prevention and response to workplace violence should include regular Supervisor training. These are the eyes and ears of the organization. They should be aware of the behavioral markers and know when to get the crisis management team involved.


    Lunch begins at 11:30 am, with the meeting to begin promptly at 12:00 noon.  The meeting will conclude at 3:00 pm and has been approved for recertification credits. 

    Please use this link to register: 

    IHRA Board