by Nick Delgado
Guam - Guam Homeland Security announced a new training program that is being provided by their federal counterpart through the Emergency Management Institute web site. The online training course is called "Active Shooter" and prepares employers and employees how to respond as well as how to react if faced with someone using a gun in the workplace.
Civil Defense Administrator Chuck Ada explains what the training includes, saying, "The first would recognize potential workplace violence indicators; the second would describe actions to take to prepare and prevent for potential active shooters; third would be describe actions to take when confronted by an active shooter or responding to law enforcement officials; and describe how to manage the consequences of an active shooter incident.
You can take the online course by checking out TRAINING.FEMA.GOV.
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