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Preparation tips for active shooter scenarios: “Self-rescue” mentality, social media, and interactive training
This is the first of a two-part article where security leader Robert Nordby catches up with HLSC and looks at ways to prevent and mitigate active shooter events at healthcare facilities.
An active shooter situation is one of the most horrifying scenarios imaginable, no matter where it plays out. But healthcare leaders are especially challenged to bolster their defenses after dealing with three years of a pandemic, economic woes, physician shortages, and the general frustration felt by the patient community that’s been through the same circumstances.
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