What is the cost of the lives of your people?
Is your organization in compliance with mandatory active shooter & workplace violence training?
Have your people expressed concern about what to do in the event of an active shooting?
If you fail to train your people properly, what would be the monetary and reputation damage to your organization be if an active shooting occurred at your location?
Under the overwhelming stress of an actual event, many people simply freeze, paralyzed by fear, ultimately doing nothing, even the wrong thing, because they were never taught how to react, a plan of action, and to have the confidence to carry it out.
The information contained in this program is essential for everyone to learn if they find themselves in an active shooter event and want to see the people who love and depend on them again.
Upon completion of the ALIVE Active Shooter Survival Program you will be better prepared to recognize potential violent events before they happen and respond to acts of violence by taking the ALIVE survival steps that can save your life! You will be able to live your life with more confidence in your own survival and help the people you care about if ever faced with an active shooter.
Recognize the warning signs of potential violence to end it before it begins.
Have confidence in knowing how to respond appropriately to an active shooter and defeat the instinct to freeze.
Know exactly what steps to take to survive based on the situation.
Feel empowered to take those steps rather than believing they are going to die.
Be ferociously determined to go home to their families at the end of the day by doing whatever it takes, instead of resigning themselves to never seeing their loved ones again.
Learn how to help save the lives of themselves, their family, friends and co-workers.
YOU are responsible for others— as an employer, manager, teacher or caretaker— and you need to know how to help everyone survive.
"I truly believe taking your training is what told me to run, which ultimately saved us."
Liz Moreno, Mandalay Bay shooting survivor
My name is Liz Moreno.… about three years ago you came in and gave us your ALIVE training course… but I never in a million years thought that I’d have to use it.
On October 1st I was in Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest Festival... when all of a sudden I heard what sounded like firecrackers… Everyone immediately got down in a big pile… in that very second… your training popped into my head. I told my boyfriend, “We need to leave!”
I truly believe taking your training is what told me to run, which ultimately saved us - Thank you!
"To do nothing in preparation for an active shooter scenario would be negligent."
Jerry Wilkinson, Senior Director, HBR Consulting
"Your training was the answer."
Patricia Haderlie, Senior VP of Human Resources, Springboard Social Enterprises
Your training was the answer. You captivated all in attendance on how to survive an active shooter event, and we realized how very little we understood about being aware and prepared if an event ever occurred at our location. Your presentation was very valuable to our group because you provided information and details on real life situations teaching how to respond and act. Your candid, honest approach was especially appreciated. As evidenced by the many questions during and following your presentation, everyone was actively engaged.
"The knowledge we gained is priceless.”
Sandra Martinez, Senior HR Generalist, West Pac Avocado
"The information in the course is so empowering."
Catherina Zember, CEO/President, ProSafety, Inc.
Michael is the President of National Business Investigations, Inc. and MPS Protection & Security, and as a 2nd generation industry professional has worked in the investigations and security industries since the age of 16. He is a Certified Professional Investigator, Personal Protection Specialist, Certified Security Professional and holds certificates in personal and asset protection, protective surveillance and covert protection, active shooter response, and behavioral threat assessment of potential actives shooters.