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Active shooter situations seem to be in the forefront of every organization’s mind. Keeping your people safe is your number one priority in this type of crisis. You may have a plan in place, but have you tested and trained on it?

Tabletop exercises are the best way to walk through a real-time incident while openly discussing which response plans come into play during certain circumstances. They also expose gaps and vulnerabilities within these response plans.

During this featured, interactive session at the Continuity Insights 2019 New York Conference, Barry Morgeson, Director of Business Continuity for Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, will mix training and exercising together to provide valuable insight on active shooter situations. His presentation will include:

  • A deep dive on the importance of Public/Private sector partnerships and how to leverage these relationships to better prepare your organization for an active shooter
  • A live run-through of an active shooter tabletop exercise and suggested layout/outline of the exercise
  • An interactive discussion and resource share based on his experience interwoven with audience experiences

Active Shooter Preparedness is just one of 16 educational, leadership-based sessions scheduled for the Continuity Insights 2019 New York Conference, taking place on October 21 at the Credit Suisse Conference Center located at 11 Madison Avenue in New York City.

View the official Continuity Insights 2019 New York Conference program and obtain registration information here.

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