Ranging from the worst mass shooting incident in U.S. history in Las Vegas, to the most deadly terror attack in New York City since 9/11 on Halloween day involving a vehicular ramming on a crowded bike path, 2017 was punctuated with several major incidents of mass violence.
These incidents remind us that no organization or geographic area is immune from extreme violence. It is no longer a question of if there will be another incident, but rather when and where, and most importantly, will your organization be ready? For 2018, the answer must be “yes!
Join the Chamber for a one-hour workshop on
Workplace Violence Prevention
Steven Crimando, CHPP, BCETS
Principal of Behavioral Science Applications (BSA) and a Certified Homeland Protection Professional (CHPP)
Friday, February 2, 2018
Sussex County Community College Performing Arts Center
1 College Hill Rd, Newton, NJ 07860
12:00 pm: Registration & Networking
12:15 - 12:45 pm: Lunch
1:00 pm: Program Begins
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or fill out the registration form and return to the Chamber by Friday, January 26
• Scope and prevalence of the problem
• Types and sources of workplace violence: Using the Expanded Typology
• Individual and organizational triggers of violence
• Pre-incident indictors: Significant behavior and communications
• When and how to report concerns or threats
• Defusing hostile individuals
• Response to an Active Assailant incidents (including gun violence, vehicle attacks and other threat)
• Planning and interacting with law enforcement before, during and after violent events
• Psychological survival and basic psychological first aid
About the Presenter
Steven Crimando, CHPP, BCETS is the Principal of Behavioral Science Applications (BSA), a training and consulting firm based in Sparta, NJ, serving a global client base. BSA is focused on human factors in crisis prevention and response. Mr. Crimando is a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress (BCETS), and Diplomate of both the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, and National Center for Crisis Management, as well as a Certified Homeland Protection Professional (CHPP). He has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to the field by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, and the U.S. Department of Justice-Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI).
With nearly three decades of front line crisis response experience, Mr. Crimando was a responder to the 1993 and 9/11 World Trade Center attacks, New Jersey’s Anthrax Screening Center, the Unabomber case and other major disasters and acts of international terrorism. He serves as a consultant and instructor for multinational corporations, government agencies, major city police departments and military programs, as well as an expert to the media and the courts in the area of crisis prevention and intervention.
Steven Crimando is an
internationally known expert
in behavioral response to
disasters and mass violence