In this presentation, the speaker will discuss what to do when confronted by an active shooter in the workplace. The Run, Hide, Fight applications will be taught along with discussing your company's plan and next steps. Experience and lessons learned from six years of active shooter drills will be incorporated throughout the presentation. In addition, there will be discussion on creating a plan for your organization.
At the end of this presentation, participants will:
- understand the importance of an active shooter plan.
- discuss current or potential active shooter plans at his or her organization.
About the Speaker:
Mark Marturano recently retired from St. Luke's Hospital in Duluth, MN after almost 43 years of service. For 17 of those years, he was the Safety Officer responsible for all aspects of the safety program at St. Luke's.
Currently, Mark teaches Safety and Emergency Management related courses at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) in the Masters of Industrial Safety and Hygiene Program.
in addition, he works part-time at the Duluth Airport as a Special Projects person responsible for emergency planning, emergency exercises, and review of safety programs.
Mark also runs his own Safety Consulting & Training business, Bullseye Safety & Training, which helps small healthcare and other business organizations set up safety and maintenance programs, as well as emergency and security plans. A large part of his business is Workplace Violence and Active Shooter Awareness Training and Drills.
* Policy for public gatherings at the Holiday Inn
Our service and management teams have put a lot of thought into providing you a comfortable and safe event environment. We are following both IHG Clean Guidelines and MN Department of Health Guidelines which includes items such as:
- Staff and management will be wearing masks
- Sanitization stations will be placed at the entrance of your event space
- Cleaning and disinfecting frequency have been increased in all areas of the hotel (hourly in all public spaces)
- Meal service will be done with contactless processes in place.
- Spacious room setup allowing for extra space for social distancing
- Round tables set for 4 people maximum with 6 feet of space between tables
- No items, food or beverage will be preset on the tables.