Active Shooter Preparedness

Healthcare,
  • November 01, 2016

Colleges, hospitals, government institutions and business enterprises of every kind face difficult challenges today in keeping people and property safe and secure – and that includes being prepared for the possibility of an Active Shooter scenario.

As part of our concern for the safety and protection of our customers and the communities we serve, Tyco SimplexGrinnell has invited two speakers with extensive life safety, emergency management and active shooter experience to speak on this important topic: “Active Shooter Preparedness”.

This live, interactive webinar is intended for those involved in security and life safety – security and facilities directors, directors of public safety, campus safety executives, building owners, facilities managers and others.

Join us to hear first-hand experience of how a county handled an active shooter situation. Learn about how the county’s collaboration with federal and state officials and what technologies were used in protecting its citizens. Attendees will develop a deeper understanding of the importance of training, preparation and preventive measures in working to provide a safe and secure environment.

When seconds count…learn what can make a difference from those who have lived it.

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Speakers

Tom Connell, Senior Project Manager, Notification Systems, Tyco Fire Protection Products

Tom Connell manages the complete life cycle of Mass Notification solutions for SimplexGrinnell and Fire Protection Products (TFPP); New Product Integration and legacy product offerings and has overall responsibility for TFPP’s multi-year, multi-million dollar initiative introducing a complete new line of advanced addressable notification technology into the market place. He is the former Managing Director for Advanced Response Concepts and the principal architect of the company’s Raptor, Condor, and Excalibur product lines. Prior to joining Advanced Response Concepts Tom served as VP for Government Solutions for Vuance Inc., COO for Disaster Management Solutions and President of Special Rescue Services.

Tom’s career has always been centered on life safety. Working with FEMA he led award winning technology development teams focused on responding to weapons of mass destruction and pandemic events in the aftermath of 9/11. With more than twenty years of experience in Fire/EMS and Urban Search & Rescue Tom has lent his expertise to the National Fire Protection Association, University of Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute, the International Fire Service Training Association, Oklahoma State University, ANSI’s Homeland Security Standards Panel and contributed to the Workshop on Credentialing and Access Control for Disaster Management.

Bobby Kagel, Director, Chester County Department of Emergency Services

Using his experience as an Emergency Medical Technician, Firefighter, and Chief of Emergency Medical Services, Bobby Kagel is responsible for the County’s 9-1-1 Operations Center; all aspects of Emergency Management; county-wide fire, police and EMS training; fire marshal’s office; county-wide Hazardous Materials Response Team; and licensing and certification of all EMS providers and organizations. He operates the County’s Public Safety Training Campus; Integrated Emergency Communications System including Computer Aided Dispatch System, Mobile Data System, and Voice Radio System.

Who Should Attend?

This session is intended for those involved in facility security and life safety – security and facilities directors, directors of public safety, campus safety executives, building owners, facilities managers and others from all industries including transportation, government, healthcare, education, banking and energy.

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Tyco Fire Integrated Fire & Security

Tyco is dedicated to advancing fire safety and security by finding innovative ways to save lives, improve businesses and protect people where they live and work. Tyco’s Security Installation and Services business sells, designs, installs and maintains integrated systems to detect intrusion, control access and react to movement, fire, smoke, flooding, environmental conditions, industrial processes and other hazards. We help customers through Tyco Integrated Security the leading commercial security systems integrator, providing security and business optimization services to more than 500,000 customers. Our life safety efforts are delivered through Tyco Simplex Grinnell, the longtime leader in fire protection and life safety, serving over one million customers in North America.

Mass Notification Specialization
Tyco helps design and service reliable, mass notification systems that deliver scalable protection that adapts to evolving events. We regularly help clients provide robust protection bringing expertise on regulations to systems that work across indoor, outdoor and electronic environments. Our systems deliver scalable security that helps our clients prepare, respond, recover and mitigate critical events.

Key Products and Services

Mass Notification Systems
Fire detection and life safety
Intrusion detection
Electronic access control
Video surveillance
Critical condition monitoring
For more information visit www.tycosimplexgrinnell.com, www.tycois.com or www.tyco-fire.com

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