The curriculum will train participants in the different kinds of events; create interactive scenarios to practice survival skills in a safe setting; describe the role of law enforcement; explain differencÂ¬es between Shelter in Place and Evacuate; and provide participants with takeaway materials to refer to in emergencies.
'The goal is to make sure our MVCC community of employees are all on the same page about what to do in a potentially life-threatening situation,' said Amico. 'They will know what to do as individuals, what Public Safety and other law enforcement agencies will do, and how MVCC notifies people if this kind of emergency ever happens on our campuses.'
The 80-minute sessions will be led by David Amico, Executive Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management, and Peace Officers from the Department of Public Safety
Any questions regarding the 2014 Core Workshops Registration Form should be forwarded to Jeff
Kimball (IT 158), 731.5705.
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