It is a clinical fact that under high-stress conditions, the human brain diverts resources away from the higher-functioning cortex (responsible for reasoning, decision-making and coordination), and towards the survival-focused limbic system (responsible for following habitual routines and triggering the "freeze, fight or flight" responses).
In other words, in order to function effectively in a crisis situation, you need to already know what to do. However, one size does not fit all. Comprehensive safety training must take into account the type of hazard being faced (e.g. an earthquake vs. a terrorist attack), as well as the specific requirements of your facility and employees.
In a widespread emergency, there will never be enough first-responders to help everyone. That's why we've developed the Capable Civilian™ Training program. This modular series of hands-on classes will teach you and your colleagues how to take critical, potentially life-saving action, while you're waiting for professional responders to arrive.
Please note: while firearms training (including SLED-approved South Carolina CWP instruction) is available as part of this program, it is not required. Your training will be customized to your emergency plan, taking into account your needs, priorities, and comfort level.