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Extreme Safety Situations

Topics covered, Violent Events Survival such as an Active Shooter, Workplace Violence, Sheltering in Place, and Extreme Safety decisions.

On January 16th Knowledge2Survive.com (a subsidiary of Tom Ashmore Enterprises Incorporated) conducted a three hour introductory training seminar for the Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA), on Extreme Safety Situations -- This three hour presentation was broken into four key categories as introductions to the topics.  The topics covered were Violent Events Survival such as an Active Shooter, Workplace Violence, Sheltering in Place, and Extreme Safety decisions.  This presentation was taught very dynamically with participant involvemen and was very well received.  

The two instructors interacted well with each other as well as the audience  sharing critical information and teaching the audience how to pay attention, as well as giving them tools for future use.  Normally each of the four topics is a separate seminar that the instructors conduct, with each seminar lasting approximately four hours, so what was covered here was just an introduction to the complete seminar.

Tom Ashmore Enterprises Incorporated is a service disabled veteran owned small business and has been in continual operations in Connecticut for over 45 years. Training business, industry, fire, and police is their primary business.  The instructors are former retired Law Enforcement Officers with many years real life experiences and response training.

Anyone interested in additional training or information is asked to look at their websites www.ashmoreentinc.com or www.knowledge2survive.com or contact them directly at info@knowledge2survive.com or 203-263-5656.  

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