Critical Incident

SOG Australia can assist your company with critical asset identification and the formulation of a detailed critical incident response plan which will ensure that your company has immediate access to vital information and emergency response personnel to help mitigate the risk to your company staff and also your company's sensitive and critical business points.

Our company's critical incident response plans are multi-faceted and we will ensure that they operate cohesively with all of your company's existing emergency, security and safety plans.

In the event of an attempt to incapacitate your company's operations, we can deploy specialised highly trained staff to secure your company's assets and infrastructure and protect all personnel.

Our company has the technical expertise and staff to set up a high-tech command and communications centre to liaise with all key company executives and staff and also manage and liaise with the emergency first responders as required.

 

ACTIVE SHOOTER EAP TRAINING AND PLANS

ACTIVE SHOOTER AND CRITICAL INCIDENT RESPONSE PROGRAMS

Globally we are faced with the threat and risk of an Active Shooter We at SOGA have been engaged in several programs and agencies to assist with the design and development of Policies and Procedures and the Implementation of In house Training programs for your environment and employees and visitors to your sites. For Training courses and confidential discussions please Contact Wayne Carney via this website for information and details.

PROFILE OF AN ACTIVE SHOOTER

An Active Shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms(s) and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.

Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Typically, the immediate deployment of law enforcement is required to stop the shooting and mitigate harm to victims.

Because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes, before law enforcement arrives on the scene, individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active shooter situation.

TRAINING YOUR STAFF FOR AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION

To best prepare your staff for an active shooter situation, create an Emergency Action Plan (EAP), and conduct training exercises. Together, the EAP and training exercises will prepare your staff to effectively respond and help minimise loss of life.

Components of an Emergency Action Plan (EAP)

Create the EAP with input from several stakeholders including your human resources department, your training department (if one exists), facility owners / operators, your property manager, and local law enforcement and/or emergency responders. An effective EAP includes:

Components of Training Exercises

The most effective way to train your staff to respond to an active shooter situation is to conduct mock active shooter training exercises. Local law enforcement is an excellent resource in designing training exercises. Or allow us to design and develop these for you.