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Chapter Program: Active Shooter: Approaches to Detect Warning Signs and Educate Employees
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Chapter Program: Active Shooter: Approaches to Detect Warning Signs and Educate Employees

February Chapter Program
Presented by: Chuck Tobin
Approved for 1.5 HR General credits by HRCI. Approved for 1.5 credits by SHRM.

Location information:
🅿️ Feel free to park in any spot that is not reserved for a specific company. After parking, head to the stairwell and exit on the 2nd floor (main lobby) and walk across to the main elevators. Take the elevators to the 9th floor and follow the signs for NOVA SHRM.

When: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Where: 9th floor
3190 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, Virginia  22042
United States
Presenter: Chuck Tobin

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Active Shooter: Approaches to Detect Warning Signs and Educate Employees

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

📸 Take advantage of this opportunity to get a professional head shot taken right before the Chapter Program! Photos will be taken by Stephanie Jasenak Photography between 5:30-6:30pm.

  • February New Member Promo!
    Designate Northern VA SHRM as your primary chapter when you join and you will get a head shot for free!
    To take advantage of this offer:
    • Join NOVA SHRM
    • Register for the February Chapter Program
    • Contact MB Banagan and Keisha Morton, our Co-VPs of Membership directly at re: February Headshot Promotion


  • For our existing NOVA SHRM members, head shots will be $25
  • Non - member pricing is $35





  • Member Rate: $25
  • Non-Member Rate: $35



‼️ This program has been approved for 1.5 HR General recertification credits by the HR Certification Institute(HRCI). This program has been approved for 1.5 recertification credits by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

The largest proportion of active shooter incidents (44 percent) occurs in areas of commerce, including businesses both open and closed to the public. In fact, active shooter prevention and response are two of the most powerful human resource issues in 2018. How are they being best addressed? This lecture highlights the classifications of problematic offender types, as well as examples of how such attacks can compromise an organization. The presenter will provide best practices for adjusting active shooter response strategies, based on specific types of scenarios. Participants will learn how to apply this research to likely threats in today’s enterprise environment to help implement prevention programs that detect warning signs of impending violence and educate all employees in preemptive measures that may help sustain a problem from getting out control.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand well-documented offender types and patterns associated with active shooter incidents
  2. Recognize early warning signs of an escalating attack or other unwanted behavior
  3. Incorporate information about active shooter offender types and crisis response into workplace violence programs
  4. Apply risk mitigation strategies in the development of a comprehensive active shooter prevention program



Chuck Tobin
President, AT-RISK International, Inc.

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