Resources, workshops for planning in workplace violence, active assailants and shooters – Updated 10/19/18

Aug 15, 2018

If you are planning or reviewing your school, business, or other venue’s prevention and response effort to a violent encounter on the premises (with no particular endorsement implied by ASSP/Maine Chapter ASSP) the following resources are among those available for study:

OSHA SLTC – workplace violence page and links –

An ASSP technical report is in development around the issue.

ASIS Int’l published its ANSI/ASIS/SHRM Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention standard in 2011 –  available through–resources/standards–guidelines/  ASIS Intl 

IAHSS has various guidelines concerning violence within healthcare facilities, including this Violent Patient/Pt-Visitor Mgmt—Violent-Patient–Patient-Visitor-Management.htm and IAHSS at

NFPA recently published its proposed standard NFPA-3000 Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response available through

The U.S. Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center published An Operational Guide for Preventing Targeted School Violence

A coalition of agencies and interests coordinated by the FBI publish resources

FBI recent documents reporting on active shooter incidents including  and  and the pre-incident behavior study

This model has been adopted by some schools in Maine



Violence in Healthcare: Understanding and Mitigating the Risk Two Day Seminar 11/8-9/18 Boston MA Boston Chapter Int’l. Association for Hospital Safety & Security IAHSS

DHS Active Shooter Preparedness Workshop 9/12/18 Rockland, ME at Knox Co. EMA 207-594-5155 or Register by 9/7.  Contact MEMA or DHS for other offerings

WEBINAR (archive status undetermined)

Active Shooter Mitigation and Response — Lessons Learned  8/28/18 2:00 PM ET Online;F:APIUTILS!51004&PageID=E7AFDE8D-F28D-4B24-A3CE-758E483B3E6B&AffiliateData=0828WebAds   Security Magazine

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