To schedule a seminar, please email Sgt. William O'Donnell

Department Emergency Preparedness

TIME:  2 hours
PRESENTERS:   Sgt. William O'Donnell
                            Sgt. Nate Dornbos

The first half of this seminar covers the University's 7 step emergency card.  This prepares you to respond from an "all hazards" prospective including fires, medicals, chemical spills.  The second half of the presentation provides an awareness level response to active shooter incidents.

Active Shooter Engaged!

TIME:  2 hours
PRESENTERS:   Sgt. William O'Donnell
                            Sgt. Nate Dornbos
PREREQUISITE:  Department Emergency Preparedness

The Active Shooter Engaged! brings an added component to those who had already taken the Department Emergency Preparedness seminar.  This course presents a tabletop exercise geared towards your individual department or job.  We will walk you through the preparedness efforts in a stress free environment to provide additional options for surviving an active incident.

911 - See Something... Say Something

TIME:  1.5 hours
PRESENTER:   Daniel Bohle
                             Dispatch Lead - GVPD
This seminar will help you navigate an emergency situation on campus.  From calling 911, to the technology used by GVPD, we will give the attendee a better understanding of how we make emergency notifications to the GVSU community.  We’ll take a closer look at the GVPD Dispatch Center and all of its technology including the GVSUAlert! system and Guardian safety app.

D's Seminar - Decisive decisions when dealing with distressed, disruptive, or dangerous developments

TIME:  1.5 hours
PRESENTERS:  Aaron Haight
                          Eric Klingensmith
                          Sgt William O'Donnell
                          Dev Butler

This awareness level seminar will equip you with the knowledge of what to do if confronted with various workplace/classroom violence.  It covers the options a faculty or staff member can take to address concerning behaviors.

Stop the Bleed / You are the help until help arrives

TIME:  1.5 hours
PRESENTER:   Ofc. Ryan Ykimoff

 

Life threatening emergencies can happen fast and emergency responders are not always nearby.  Blood loss is the leading cause of preventable death not only in mass casualty events, like mass shootings and terrorist attacks, but also everyday events such as a motorcycle crash, or an industrial accident. Rapid control of bleeding at the scene of the event can be life-saving. In this course, you will learn various ways to provide bleeding control to victims. We encourage our Laker community to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in the first few minutes of an emergency before professional help arrives.  

 

 



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