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What your organization does in the first critical moments, minutes or first hour of a crisis or event will shape the outcome forever. Response to and recovery from an incident, active assailant, act of terrorism, natural disaster requires a culture of preparedness and inclusion of the entire facility or organization in related activities. Your success and organization's reputation depend on it.

This webinar is sponsored by the ASIS Healthcare Security Council. 

Learning Objectives 

Upon completion, participants will be able to: 

  • Understand mental health in the United States today 
  • Recognize precursors to potentially dangerous behaviors 
  • Discuss strategies to respond and reduce violence in education and healthcare environments 
  • Develop leading practice policies 
  • Identify resources and training programs 

Credit Information 

Completion of this webinar will earn 1 CPE toward ASIS International certification. 

Speakers

Dr. Michael Fagel

For nearly 40 years, Dr. Michael Fagel has served in all phases of public safety, state law enforcement, fire and rescue service, as well as emergency medical services & emergency management, including deployment to Oklahoma City in 1995 for the Oklahoma City Bombing and the 2001 World Trade Center Attacks for the US Department of Justice, and various overseas deployments in the middle east working with US allies in developing national doctrine in the development for emergency planning and response operations.

In addition to teaching at multiple universities, Dr. Fagel is a Certified Emergency Manager and a DHS Certified Instructor from the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium in 9 advanced field delivery courses. He holds a PhD & Masters in Occupational Safety & Health, and a BS in Criminal Justice.

He has written 6 textbooks on Safety & Homeland Security, with his 4th book “Crisis Management and Emergency Planning” earning the ASIS Textbook of the year award in 2014. His 5th book, “Soft Targets and Crisis Management” was nominated for book of the year in 2017.

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