By providing their students with safety training, educators gain the satisfaction of knowing they have educated their students academically and improved their students' safety and employability.







DISCLAIMER: The video is a dramatization of an active shooter event and intended to provoke thought only. It should not be used as a means for response.

In keeping with our focus on providing Safety Education for America's Future, CareerSafe has created this school safety video to provoke thought, discussion, and action as it relates to preparing and practicing school response plans.

Key Questions: Does your school have a plan? Would you know what to do? Where to go? What to avoid? Have you practiced your plan with your local emergency responders?


Government Resources

Department of Homeland Security | Active Shooter Preparedness

Department of Homeland Security | Active Shooter Booklet

Federal Emergency Management Agency | Campus Ready

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Youth Violence Data Sheet

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Emergency Response Resources

Department of Labor | How to Plan for Workplace Emergencies and Evacuations

Department of Justice | ALERRT - Active Shooter Training

Federal Bureau of Investigation | Addressing the Problem of the Active Shooter

Federal Bureau of Investigation | Revisiting Active-Shooter Protocols for Schools

Department of Education | Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans

State Resources

State of New Jersey Department of Education | Active Shooter Safety Considerations for Educators

The Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) Center at Texas State University

City of Houston, Texas | Run Hide Fight Surviving an Active Shooter


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