AVERT
ACTIVE SHOOTER
    What Students Should Learn
     After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
    - Identify the benefits of training to respond to an active violence
      emergency.
    Why This Topic Matters
   - Dangerous situations can arise anywhere, anytime.
     This training is meant to empower you and give you confidence to respond in the right way to               situations of active violence.
    Open a Discussion
   - How prepared do you feel for active violence emergency?
   - What steps has your organanzation taken to prepare for active violance?
    Key Points Will be Emphasized as Needed
    We Use Knowledge Checks to Evaluate and Increase Retention
    "We can learn to forcast danger, rehearse strategies that can            help keep us safe during active violence, and practice applying        life-saving bleeding control measures so we can react to danger      with more confidence."
   WELCOME TO AVERT
    What Students Should Learn
    After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
   - Identify the role of an immediate responder when life-threatening bleeding occurs.
   - Identify the importance of providing bleeding control for life-threatening bleeding.
   - Identify signs of life-threatening bleeding.
    Why This Topic Matters
    - Bleeding isn't always life-threatening, but when life-threatening bleeding occurs, knowing how to         apply bleeding control measures can make a difference in a person's chance of survival.
    Open a Discussion
   - How do you recognize life-threarening bleading?
   - Why is it important to recognize life-threatening bleeding?
    Key Points Will be Emphasized as Needed
   - Blood loss due to trauma is a leading cause of preventable death in the United States.
   - When medical care may be delyed, an immediate responder, a person like you who is       nearby when life-threatening bleeding occurs, can make a difference in a person's             chance of survival.
   - If you are an immediate responder, first make sure the scene is safe before you assist       someone in an emergency.
   - Ask the person if you can help.
   - Lookfor the sourse of life-threatening bleeding.
   - Life-threatening bleading includes:
            (Bright red blood that spurts from a wound)
            (Blood that won't stop coming out of a wound)
            (Bleeding in a person who is confused, disoriented, or unconscious)
            (Blood that is pooling on the ground or soaking heavy clothing)
            (Loss of limb)
   - If found, call 911 to activate the emergency response system.
   - A person can still survive after losing about 40% of their blood volume, but controling         bleeding in those first few minutes is crucial.
    Key Points Will be Emphasized as Needed
    We Use Knowledge Checks to Evaluate and Increase Retention
    "Bleeding control by immediate responder, especially when               there may be delays to medical care or EMS, can help improve a       person"s chance of survival."
   IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO
   LIFE-THREATENING BLEEDING   
AFTER AN ACTIVE VIOLENCE EVENT
  What Students Should Learn
  After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
- Identify how to interact safely with law enforcement officers at the scene of avtive violence.
  Why This Topic Matters
 - When law enforcement and EMS providers are on the scene, you need to understand how to                 cooperate with them and move softly.
  Open a Discussion
- How do you safely engage with law enforcement following an active violence?
Key Points Will be Emphasized as Needed
If the assailant is disarmed, assume there are other weapons.
- Control the assailant movements by having several people lay or sit on their                      outstreached arms and legs.
- Move any weapons out of reach of the attacker.
- Do not pick up or handle any weapons, as law enforcement officers entering the scene      will be looking for a person with a weapon, and may mistake you for an atacker.
- If you can evacuate, keep your hands raised as you exit the scene.
- Follow the directions of law enforcement personnel.
- Do not approch law enforcement with any sudden movements, even to express thanks.
- Evacuate to an area where you can assemble safely without interfering with law                enforcement or EMS operations.
Key Points Will be Emphasized as Needed
We Use Knowledge Checks to Evaluate and Increase Retention
   EQUIPPING YOUR SPACE
    What Students Should Learn
     After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
   - Identify best practice placement of bleeding control kits and the minimum of what they should             contain.
     Why This Topic Matters
-     Skills to control life-threatening bleeding are most effective when there are bleeding control              supplies nearby and ready to use.
  Open a Discussion
- Do you have a bleeding control kit? If yes, do you know where it's located?
- Where should bleeding control kits be placed at work? At home?
  Key Points Will be Emphasized as Needed
- At a minimum, bleeding control kit should include:
       (Gloves)
       (Gauze)
       (Tourniquet)
 - State and local regulations may require other items to be included in a bleeding control       kit.
- An advantage of having a bleeding control kit in addition to a first aid kit is that you can         locate essential life-saving items right away.
- Having a bleeding control kit available in a 3-minute response time is best practice.
- If possible, locate bleeding control kits near AED's and fire extinguishers to create a            emergency response station.
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RECOGNIZING WEAPONS
 What Students Should Learn
  After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
- Identify the capabilities of som weapons commonly used in active violence.
  Why This Topic Matters
 - AVERT includes information on how to recognize these weapons and their capabilities
   in order for you to better defend yourself in an active shooter situation.
SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
 What Students Should Learn
  After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
Identify the signs and behhaviors that canforecast dangers or potential violence.
- Identify two or more strategies for maintaining situational awareness.
  Why This Topic Matters
- By paying attention and forecasting danger, a person with high situational awareness has time to            plan and react quickly if something dangerous happens.
FIGHT, FLIGHT, FREEZE
  What Students Should Learn
  After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
Identify types of reactions a person may have when facing an active violence evert.
  Why This Topic Matters
- Everyone reacts differently in an active violence event, and until you are in one, you don't know              how you are going to react. Training can help you act more quickly and decisively toward safety.
ESCAPE & EVADE
 What Students Should Learn
  After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
Identify strategies to escape or evade an attacker during an active violence event.
  Why This Topic Matters
- When active violence occurs, moving toward safety and concealing yourself are tactics to rduse the         attacker's ability to target victims.

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DEFEND & ATTACK
 What Students Should Learn
  After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
- Identify how to prepare and defend a room after an active violence event.
- Apply strategies to prepare and defend a room during a simulated active violence event.
Identify how to distract and disarm an assailant during an active violence event.
- Apply strateies to distract and disarm an assailant during an active violence event. 
  Why This Topic Matters
- If you cannot escape the area, taking steps to defend your space and distrack the attacker can              slow down the attacker the assailant's progress.
   DIRECT PRESSURE & WOUND PACKING
   TOURNIQUETS 
    What Students Should Learn
     After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
    - Identify the steps to apply direct pressure to a bleeding injury.
    - Correctly demonstrate how to apply direct pressure to a bleeding injury.
    - Indentify the steps to pack a wound.
    - Correctly demonstrate how to pack a wound to maintain compression. 
     Why This Topic Matters
    - Applying compression to a bleeding vessel is the quickest way to contraol it, which can reduce           the life-threatening effects of blood loss.
    What Students Should Learn
     After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
    - Identify the steps to apply a tourniquet.
    - Correctly demonstrate how to apply a tourniquet.  .
    Why This Topic Matters
   - Some people have heard that using a tourniquet leads to amputation, but modern tourniquets are       effective at controlling life-threatening bleeding, and are safe to use on arms and legs. 
   ACTIVE VIOLENCE EVENTS
    Why This Topic Matters
   - Active violence events happen everywhere, any day of the week. It's difficult to acknowledge, but       we can prepare ourselves by coming to terms with the fact that we aren't always safe.
ACTIVE VIOLENCE
CAN HAPPEN ANYWHERE, OR ANYTIME
Preparing for active violence means considering  the circumstances and possible actions you may need to take, either alone or as part of a group. in a real active violence situation, those actions are often overlapping.
You now have effective strategies to improve your chances of survival, but if active violence occurs, you will need to adapt what you know to your situation. 
Professional Development Education
    What Students Should Learn
     After completing this lesson, the student should be able to:
   - Identify the importance of acknowledging the possibility of active vioience.
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