This training focuses on how to make a justifiable and desirable decision to intervene in an emergency and, once this decision is made, how to stabilize a situation using the least forceful means and, if necessary, safely escort individuals to a different location.
Non-security contact professionals who have a responsibility to intervene in emergency situations.
Issues Addressed That Require a Trained Response
- Refusing to cooperate with a direction or a request that is necessary to keep self and others safe
- Unsafe behaviors that could result in harm to self or others
- Fleeing or escaping when it is unsafe to do so
- Hurting or threatening to hurt self or others
- Refusing medical or other intervention when doing so is likely to lead to serious injury or death
Develop the Knowledge, skills, and abilities to
- develop a decision mindset
- recognize when verbal methods have failed and it is necessary to take further action
- make a justifiable and desirable decision to physically intervene
- safely and effectively stabilize a situation using the six levels of stabilization
- safely escort individuals to another location
- debrief, document, and report violent incidents
- articulate the reasons for taking action