The Role of Building Code Officials Before, During, and After Active Shooter Situations (Online Self-Paced)

Item #: 2795ONL59
Price: $79.00
Member Price: $79.00
Member Savings: $0.00
Format: Online Self-Paced
Duration: 1.50
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For code officials, security and safety of buildings are the overriding concern when approving plans and inspecting structures. This course explores the unique role code officials and other building department personnel can play in analyzing buildings in terms of their vulnerabilities in active shooter situations and how the office of code officials can assist law enforcement and first responders during and after an event.
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  • Discuss how building code officials can play an important role before, during and after active shooter situations
  • Summarize the modern definition of an active shooter situation
  • List best practices when analyzing vulnerability and risk associated with building design and active shooter situations
  • Identify building design elements that can support or complicate efforts by first responders and law enforcement in an active shooter situation
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