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NFPA 3000: A Community Approach to Planning for Active Shooter/Hostile Events
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NFPA 3000: A Community Approach  to Planning for Active Shooter/Hostile Events

When: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
1:00 PM EST
Where: GoToWebinar
United States
Presenter: John Montes, NFPA Emergency Services Specialist
Contact: McKenzie Riley

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NFPA 3000: A Community Approach to Planning for Active Shooter/Hospital Events


This webinar is co-sponsored by the American Trauma Society and Trauma Center Association of America.


On May 1, 2018 the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released a standard to help communities mange the growing number of mass casualty incidents, including active shooters that continue to occur throughout our nation and the world. The first of its kind, NFPA 3000 was developed to help communities with unified planning, response and recovery. NFPA 3000TM (PS) was developed by a 50-member Technical Committee that includes representatives from law enforcement, fire, EMS, facility safety and security, hospitals, universities, private businesses, and federal agencies. This body of knowledge provides the framework that enables communities to establish comprehensive plans, policies, procedures and guidelines for managing ASHER events.


Learn more about NFPA 3000TM (PS) from NFPA Emergency Services Specialist John Montes, Staff Liaison to the technical committees for EMS, Fire Service Occupational Safety and Health, Hazardous Materials Response, and Cross Functional Emergency Preparedness and Response. A nationally registered EMT, John has worked in EMS in several different roles, from the private service to Boston EMS, to serving as an EMS Specialist/EMS Duty Chief for the County of Santa Clara (CA) EMS Agency.



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