Active Shooter Response Preparedness
|Date:||Thursday, September 20, 2018|
|Time:||12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Central Time|
|Presented by:||Heidi Wysocki and Ed Pietrowski|
Webinar/Audio Conference FAQs
Learn tactical decision-making to best prepare should an active shooter event ever occur at your practice. While there are plenty of resources that address run/hide/fight or provide similar guidance for how to react in an active shooting situation, you also need to be mentally prepared to act in the face of a crisis. Most of us are unprepared and have no idea how we will feel when confronting violence. This could place us at risk of mentally freezing, leaving us disarmed and unable to help ourselves or others.
This program will explore the anatomy of fear and review the way the human body experiences an extreme fear situation with the goal of helping you to anticipate the body's physical response to danger. Using first-hand examples of an active shooting on audio recordings, the presenters will teach you how to unfreeze mentally and physically so that you are able to think clearly, make informed decisions and get yourself to safety. These experts will demonstrate that preparing mentally in advance will improve your muscle memory and your ability to survive. This session will equip you with strategies for improving your response, address trauma first aid available in your office, and identify what you can do to help others once you have reached a safe location.
This 90 minute webinar is designed to benefit anyone working in an outpatient healthcare setting or office environment that interacts with the public and patients. Attend this session for guidance on what to expect in an extreme panic situation. Learn valuable techniques that you can use to become more comfortable in the event your safe and controlled environment is suddenly threatened.
- Situational Awareness
- Physical Reactions to Extreme Stress
- What to Expect in an Active Shooting
- How to Respond to Survive
- First Aid: What’s in Your Office?
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Earn 1.5 PMI CEUs for attendance at this program. Practice Management Institute grants CEUs for its certified professionals based on total number of instructional hours (1 CEU per hour of classroom instruction). CEUs may be applied to annual recertification requirements, as directed in the certification renewal requirements for your credential(s).
If you are seeking CEU credits for other certifications or organizations, please contact your organization for pre-approval and credit guidelines. A certificate of attendance will be provided.
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About the Presenters
Ed Pietrowski, Founder
With over 10 years as a Law Enforcement Officer, Ed is a nationally decorated police officer with first-hand experience in more than 10 active shootings. While working for NYPD, he led a plainclothes operations unit involving seizure of illegal firearms, narcotics and intervention in other illicit activity in Harlem.
In August 2016, Ed received the national award, Officer of the Month, by the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund in recognition of his service in the line of duty on March 1, 2016, where a fellow officer was ambushed and killed. He is also a recipient of the Medal of Honor award from Euless Police Department. As a father of two, Ed is committed to making our community safer.
Heidi Wysocki, Founder
Heidi has an extensive career spanning over 20 years, including corporate finance for Fortune 50 and Fortune 100 companies, as well as management consulting (KPMG, PWC). She started her career in Washington, DC, working as a defense contractor supporting the US Navy’s Foreign Military Sales program. From there, she moved into corporate finance roles, working in the pharma industry for more than 10 years in support of global facilities and operations, as well as facility risk management and Business Continuity Management. She is nationally certified in Business Continuity Management by Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII).
Heidi’s dedication to community is reflected in her volunteer activities with homeless youths who have aged out of foster care, Frisco Fastpacs, and Frisco Healthcare Council (Community Triage lead). Married to a physician, Heidi is invested in creating a safer healthcare environment and has used her background to enhance the business model that is now First Defense Solutions.