Active Shooter Training

New Mexico Active Shooter Training: Strengthening Preparedness in the Face of Active Violence

In the past year, New Mexico witnessed a tragic incident of active violence in Farmington that served as a somber reminder of the critical need for active shooter training and preparedness. In response, New Mexico Active Shooter Training with AVERT from HSI has been sought after to equip organizations and industries across the state, including businesses, concert venues, schools, and retail establishments, with the necessary knowledge and skills to respond effectively to active shooter situations, as well as to teach critical techniques for stopping the bleed in victims.

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New Mexico Active Shooter Training Strengthening Preparedness in the Face of Active Violence

AVERT: Active Violence Emergency Response Training in New Mexico

To enhance New Mexico's active shooter preparedness, HSI (Health & Safety Institute), offers AVERT (Active Violence Emergency Response Training). AVERT is a specialized program designed to empower organizations of all types and sizes in New Mexico, providing them with the tools and training necessary to respond effectively to active violence incidents.

Active Shooter Training by AVERT

Customized New Mexico Active Violence Training for All Organizations and Industries

Recognizing that active violence incidents can occur in diverse settings, AVERT provides tailored training programs for various organizations and industries. Whether it's preparing employees in businesses or safeguarding attendees at concert venues, AVERT ensures that each sector has customized training to enhance preparedness and response capabilities.

Active Shooter Risk Assessment

Heightened Situational Awareness

New Mexico Active Shooter Training with AVERT places a strong emphasis on developing heightened situational awareness. Participants learn to recognize potential threats, identify suspicious behaviors, and respond appropriately to warning signs of an active shooter situation. This increased awareness enables individuals to react swiftly and take necessary measures to protect themselves and others.

Active Shooter Plans

Responding Effectively

To enhance preparedness, organizations are encouraged to conduct in-person training with a program like AVERT that teaches how to escape, evade or attack when there is a threat of active violence. Regularly conducting drills and exercises allow organizations to test their response plans and identify areas for improvement.

Avert Bleeding Control Training

Techniques for Emergency Bleeding Control

Individuals can bleed to death in just minutes. Waiting for first responders to arrive to the scene may not be feasible in some situations. New Mexico active shooter response training with AVERT teaches emergency bleeding control techniques that allow anyone to become immediate responders.

Trauma Bleeding Control

Active Shooter Preparedness in New Mexico – Start Today

New Mexico Active Shooter Training with AVERT from HSI, empowers organizations and industries across New Mexico to enhance their NM active shooter preparedness. By fostering situational awareness, developing effective emergency response plans, and providing specialized training for law enforcement, New Mexico is taking significant steps towards creating a safer environment for all. Together, we can strengthen our preparedness and response capabilities in the face of active violence incidents.

Emergency Shooter Training

Two ways to get New Mexico active shooter training with AVERT

Active shooter instructor training

Become A Bleeding Control Instructor

Train others in active shooter safety techniques and emergency bleeding control with the AVERT Instructor Development Course (IDC).

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Request on-site active shooter training

Stop The Bleed Instructor

Contact us for more information on active shooter training and emergency stop the bleed techniques taught in the AVERT program.

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Mass Shooting Statistics in New Mexico

According to the Gun Violence Archive, from 2014-2022 New Mexico had:


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Victims Killed

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