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NFPA 3000 Active Shooter Response Program Webinar: November 14

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NFPA 3000 Active Shooter Response Program Webinar: November 14Fire Smarts, in partnership with Telgian, is providing a series of informative training webinars taught by Telgian fire protection experts who will educate attendees on specific areas of fire protection systems, life safety and security issues. The November webinar, NFPA 3000 Active Shooter Response Program will be held on Thursday, November 14, 2019 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Eastern (including 30 minutes of Q&A time).

Why is this NFPA 3000 Active Shooter Response Program Webinar a must-attend event?

NFPA 3000 Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program is the Provisional Standard issued to guide policy makers, first responders, and facility managers for preparation in the event of an attack.

In this presentation, Technical Committee member Tom Parrish will present an overview highlighting the scope and purpose of the standard. This webinar includes a discussion about bringing together key stakeholders in order to develop and implement a program that reduces the risk and impact of these events, as well as why the standard does not attempt to prescribe specific strategies or tactics that are best determined by facility managers and first responders. 

NFPA 3000 Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program was developed by experts from a wide range of specialties and sets forth requirements for communities to establish unified planning, long before an active shooter/hostile event occurs. This cohesiveness reduces confusion and makes better use of resources, helping to save precious time and precious lives. Webinar participants will review the NFPA 3000 framework for program development, which includes all three major phases of an event:

     * Planning

     * Responding

     * Recovering

NFPA 3000 Active Shooter Response Program Webinar Learning Objectives

     * Understand the scope and use of NFPA 3000

     * Identify and explain the three phases of an ASHER event

     * Learn the key stakeholders that need to be involved in planning

     * Locate and explain specific requirements for facilities

About the Presenter: Tom Parrish, SET, CFPS, PSP

Tom Parrish has more than 25 years’ experience in fire protection and emergency response. He has held positions with municipal fire, law enforcement and emergency medical services and in private industry system design and installation programs.

Parrish serves on several National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) technical committees including NFPA 72 Signaling Systems for the Protection of Life and Property and Emergency Communications Systems. He is also a Board Member of Automatic Fire Alarm Association (AFAA) and is a senior instructor for NFPA, presenting on a number of life safety and security topics such as the NFPA 3000 Active Shooter Response Program.

His professional credentials include Level IV NICET Certified Fire Alarm Technician, Level III NICET Inspections and Testing, Certified Fire Protection Specialist and Master Electrician. Parrish is board certified as a Physical Security Professional by American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Technology from the Kean University.



Media and Interview Inquiries:
Susan McNeill
Telgian Holdings, Inc.

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