In today's world, a disaster can strike anytime, anywhere. Everyone must be prepared for unexpected and the unimaginable incidents. In collaboration with the PA State Police, Lancaster Emergency Management Agency, the American Red Cross, and Susquehanna Valley EMS, this timely, information-packed program will provide essential information and key resources needed by organizations of all sizes to prepare for and minimize damage during a natural or man-made disaster.
Disaster Preparation for Business Continuity
Lancaster Emergency Management Agency & American Red Cross
Would your business survive an unexpected disruption to operations? You’ll learn how to rate your business’ current preparedness level, identify gaps that could cost you hard-earned dollars, and start to create or update your company's Emergency Action Plan (EAP) using an online tool. Bring an electronic device for this activity.
Active Shooter: Be prepared and plan to survive!
PA State Police
By discussing the different mental strategies, as well as response tactics, individuals will be better prepared to not only ACT, but REACT during an active shooter event. This discussion will cover associated behaviors, thoughts, and feelings, which may be indicators that someone is disgruntled at their job, in their personal life, or with society. Triggering events that may cause individuals to become an active shooter will also be discussed, along with active shooter statistics, trends, real incidents and why it is vitally important for individuals to have a plan. Audio and video clips are utilized to get everyone into the mindset of what may occur during an active shooter situation and realistically feel involved. Includes Q&A.
Stop the Bleed
Susquehanna Valley EMS
A person who is severely bleeding can die from blood loss in minutes. Learn what to do in a bleeding emergency, how to triage and provide immediate care to someone with life-threatening injuries. Knowing what to do can be difference between life and death. Includes hands-on activities.