Illinois Fire Service Institute

 

School Safety and Violent Event Incident Management (Reunification) : 8.00 Hours

Course Description

The School Safety and Violent Event Incident Management (SSAVEIM) course is a 8-hour performance level direct delivery course designed to improve incident management and response integration of school personnel and emergency responders (law enforcement, fire, EMS) to violent events in schools. The course provides a model framework for use by school personnel, law enforcement, fire, and EMS to manage violent event response to improve time to threat neutralization, medical intervention, survivability of victims, and reunification of students with parents.

The framework utilizes the Standard Response Protocol, the Active Shooter Incident Management Checklist, and the Standard Reunification Method integrating best practices guided by principles of the National Incident Management System (NIMS).


Audience


Police, Fire, EMS, and School Officials

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites to taking this course


If you have specific questions about this course contact JAMES MOORE

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