Active shooter attacks continue to happen in our workplaces, schools, universities and public facilities. These attacks require us to change the way we secure our facilities in order protect the people inside. In order to determine what products and applications are the best suited for active shooter events, a new test method has been developed by active shooter subject matter experts based on the history of active shooter events.

Webinar On-Demand: This On Demand CEU is a recorded presentation from a previously live webinar event.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore historical examples of active shooter attacks in building spaces.
  • Examine various types of glass available and how to specify protective glass for occupancy safety within the entry points of a building space.
  • Discuss the shooter/attack test method and identify products which can mitigate risk for the building space.
  • Analyze best practices for specifying a shooter/attack-resistant wood door opening solution that maintains desired performance and aesthetics and complies with building code requirements.

Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge of educational best practices for safety in building construction.