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Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER)

August 27

Piedmont Fire Department

NFPA 3000™ (PS) identifies the minimum program elements needed to organize, manage, and sustain an active shooter and/or hostile event response program. The ASHER program includes topics that will assist in the reduction or elimination of the risks, the effects, and the impact on an organization or community affected by these events. ASHER also addresses the following areas of NFPA 3000: Planning, assessing risks, developing community-wide programs, responding, establishing competencies communicating to all stakeholders recovering, planning recovery efforts, and taking into account healthcare and mental health issues.

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Instate Cost: 0

Out of State Cost: 0

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