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Prepare for the Unthinkable.

It’s time to stop thinking, “a shooting can’t happen here.” And start thinking, “how can we reduce the chances of a shooting happening here?”

Preventing an active shooter event from taking place in a facility is pretty much impossible. However, there are some things that can be done to reduce the chances of one.

It is about balance.

You don’t want your facility to feel unwelcoming or look like a prison, but you need security measures that will be highly visible and serve as a deterrent. You want to give the perception of being a “harder” target.

You can incorporate other security measure that are not obvious to others but that are effective in hindering a shooter.

What will work best for my organization?

There’s no single right answer. Every facility has its own challenges to address. Which is why before we suggest any solution, we perform a facility assessment of your location. From there, we create a tailored, comprehensive program that gives the best options for you and your facility to reduce your risk, react in the event of an incident, and recover from the aftermath.

The unthinkable is happening.

Most of us don’t know what we would do. And that’s the problem — inactivity or indecision can cost lives and millions of dollars!

The answer is to equip you and your people with the education and training to make the best decision possible. Taking some sort of action is the most important thing.

You have three courses of action available: Escape, Evade, Counter. It’s vital to be educated and trained in all three options, because the situation will determine which action is necessary, and each situation is different.

1. Escape

If possible, escaping is your best choice. Removing yourself from danger gives you the best chance of survival.

2. Evade

If you cannot get out of danger, then your next best option is to prevent the shooter from finding you. Hide. Lock or barricade doors or entrances. Turn off lights.

3. Counter

This should be your last resort. If you can’t escape or evade, you’ll need to act to protect yourself.

We educate you and your people on the most effective ways to implement each course of action, reinforcing the education with scenario training. Our proven program gives your company a plan and your employees the knowledge and confidence to take action.

The unthinkable has happened.

Though an active shooter event is over in minutes, its effects last a lifetime. Things will not simply go back to normal, lives are altered. The cost to many organizations is unimaginable. Things will never be the same.

Now what?

There are many practical things to be considered, including dealing with the media, cleaning up, repairing, rebuilding or possibly even opening a new facility. Some organizations never recover from the fiscal costs of an active shooter or large-scale workplace violence incidence. The costs of recovery can and have run well into the millions of dollars. While this may cost millions of dollars, the human cost is even higher.

The effects of a shooting can’t be measured in dollars alone, and may not manifest themselves immediately.

Not all injuries are physical.

The real recovery may require long-term counseling, work time lost, hospitalizations, workers compensation claims, and many more personnel issues.

Recovery can be the longest, and definitely the most expensive phase of the entire process, so we will help you develop a plan for how to recover more efficiently. We will also help you assemble the resources to make this process as inclusive as possible.

The cost of recovery is much greater than the cost of risk mitigation, which is why we provide your organization with a comprehensive plan.

Capabilities Brief

Our personalized capabilities brief is your chance to meet the Ronk team, learn how we can help your particular organization, and dig into the details of what Ronk has to offer.

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