Active Shooter Training

North Carolina Active Shooter Training: Elevating Safety with HSI's AVERT Program

The unfortunate events at Carthage nursing home in 2009 and the UNC Charlotte shooting in 2019 emphasize the need for North Carolina active violence training. These episodes serve as reminders that violent incidents can occur unexpectedly, underscoring the importance of readiness across all North Carolina organizations. Seeing this need, HSI’s Active Violence Emergency Response Training (AVERT) delivers a comprehensive solution.

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North Carolina Active Shooter Safety Training

The Importance of North Carolina Active Violence Training

Active violence and active shooter situations call for swift, informed action. During these critical times, preparation can significantly impact the outcomes. HSI's AVERT program serves this need, equipping individuals with the necessary knowledge and techniques to effectively respond during a violent situation.

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HSI's AVERT: An Essential Approach in North Carolina

HSI's AVERT presents an innovative approach to North Carolina active shooter response training. In addition to helping participants understand threats, the program builds confidence to act quickly when confronted with violence.

A key focus of AVERT's training is emergency bleeding control. Recognizing that uncontrolled bleeding can result in preventable deaths during violent episodes, AVERT provides techniques to control life-threatening bleeding. The training shows participants methods to stop the bleed, enabling them to become immediate responders while waiting for medical professionals to arrive.

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The Benefits of AVERT

Beyond the bleeding control techniques, HSI's AVERT program combines important aspects such situational awareness, how to develop quick evacuation plans, and proactive defense techniques. By implementing active shooter training with AVERT, your organization demonstrates a commitment to safety, instilling confidence among staff and supporting regulatory compliance.

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Commit to Safety with HSI's AVERT North Carolina Active Shooter Training

HSI's AVERT program offers an opportunity to transform awareness into action, delivering practical, potentially life-saving training in active violence and active shooter scenarios.

Let's empower our communities with the tools to respond effectively during these types of events. Prioritize the safety of our workplaces, our schools, our places of worship, our retail spaces, and concert venues. With HSI's AVERT program, we can help make North Carolina a safer place for everyone. Contact AVERT for your North Carolina active shooter response training.

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Two ways to get North Carolina 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 North Carolina

According to the Gun Violence Archive, from 2014-2022 North Carolina had:


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