Sign up for Active Shooter Preparedness Training
HFC's campuses have always been very safe. Yet we know it is not possible in a free and open society to provide 100% protection from the possibility of violent incidents in public spaces.
Recent active shooter incidents such as the February 13 incident at Michigan State University have heightened interest in renewed preparedness training. This Active Shooter Preparedness Training, which has been offered periodically at the College, is designed to provide tools, techniques, and information that can save lives and can help you know what to do in the unlikely event that you would ever be in an active shooter situation.
Join us March 20 at 1:00 p.m. for Active Shooter Preparedness Training
HFC Campus Safety will host Active Shooter Preparedness Training on Monday, March 20, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in the Michael Berry Amphitheater on the first floor of the Andrew A. Mazzara Administrative Services & Conference Center (ASCC) (Bldg. L) on the main campus.
We strongly encourage everyone to participate in this training opportunity.
NOTE: This training does not include re-enactments, simulations of violence, or other highly intense experiences. Because of the subject matter, some of the content may be difficult for some individuals, but the training is intended to be informational and focused on tools, guidance, and techniques that can save lives.
This training is FREE and open to anyone in the HFC community, whether you have participated in previous trainings or not.
To register, please send a message to Campus Safety at firstname.lastname@example.org. You do not have to register in advance, but it will help us plan for the number of people who will be at the training.