Getting the right mindset is critical if we are to survive a violent event. Taking advantage of the technology and equipment that is available to us is just as critical, and it’s something that can’t be ignored or avoided.
We need to consider what actions will enhance our odds at surviving a deadly encounter. I have summarized these actions in to Three Pillars of Survival during a life threatening situation, such as an active shooter, mass killer or terrorist attack.
The first pillar is Preparation; mental and physical. We must have a response plan, and we must practice our responses before we face danger. The first pillar is personal, and you must confront your fears about being in a deadly situation and find a way to overcome that fear…
Read the full article on campussafetymagazine.com