Our Emergency Response Training Courses
You're on your university campus and you notice some commotion. You hear there's an active shooter in the area. There are unconfirmed reports of multiple gunshots and possible casualties, but the facts are not clear at this... Read More »
It's an ordinary day at work. You take a phone call. The voice on the other end of the line says there's a bomb in your building and you have an hour to evacuate. Do you know what to do? Our Bomb Threat eLearning short course... Read More »
You are in a dangerous situation. A riot has broken out on the street by your building and you have a room full of customers and colleagues. Do you know how to keep yourself and others around you safe? Our Civil Unrest eLearning... Read More »
There's been an explosion outside your building. Do you know what to do to keep yourself and others safe? Our Explosion short course challenges you to make the safest decisions in an emergency situation. Make the right choices... Read More »
In many public places, the risk of a sudden medical emergency is high. Knowing how to respond appropriately is vital. In our scenario-based microlearning course, you arrive on the scene of an accident with two casualties,... Read More »
Would you know what to do if you spotted a suspicious item at work? Would you be able to recognise one if you saw it? Our Suspicious Items short course looks at suspicious things that can be mailed or left in the workplace... Read More »
Tailoring: You can tailor all of the courses in this topic using the free Adapt Authoring Tool.
Our Emergency Response short courses encourage learners to "take 5" to learn how to respond to critical situations: active shooters, explosions, civil unrest, suspicious items, bomb threats and medical emergencies.
Any of us can find ourselves in these situations at any time, usually without warning or time to prepare. Investing in eLearning means employees will be ready when these emergencies occur. They can also enjoy the greater peace of mind that comes from knowing how to handle difficult events.
Although there are countries and regions where civil unrest, armed shooter threats or explosions may be more of a threat, there's no such thing as a truly "safe area". Sudden medical emergencies can occur anywhere, at any time.
Who Needs Emergency Response Training?
Emergencies can happen to any of us at any time. When they do happen, knowing what to do in the immediate aftermath can be critical.
All employees can benefit from knowing how to respond to bomb threats, civil unrest, suspicious mail packages or active shooter situations, and the workplace becomes safer for everyone when people have a sound knowledge of how to deal with a medical emergency. In the right situation, Emergency Response eLearning courses could save lives.