S.A.F.E. Method Training For Schools
This is a one-of-a kind training program to keep your school safe from serious harm. Dr Webb has used this system for many years, to much success. The premise behind this program is PREVENTION. Preventing disaster before it happens. Knowing the signs BEFORE anything has time to escalate.
How to protect your staff from social harm (Corporate)
Date: 18th June 2020 @11AM EST
Location: Online via Zoom
This is Dr Webb’s program tailored specifically for businesses, companies and corporations. Stop violence BEFORE it has a chance to develop. From executives to managers to all employees, this program can be a lifesaver.
Emergency preparedness training for families
Date: 5th July 2020
Location: Online via Zoom
The family dynamic is different from schools and companies. But, in some ways, more vulnerabilities exist, mostly because of not knowing what to do if/when potential physical harm is present of iminent. Simple rules and actions that Dr Webb will teach you can keep everyone in your family safe from harm when they go out to the mall, concerts and other social events.
Workplace Violence: Are Businesses At Risk of Losing Everything Over a False Sense of Security?
Workplace violence is one of those things you never think will happen to your business, but statistics prove otherwise and is why it’s one of those “what ifs” that should not be ignored.
The ramifications of a wrongful death situation destroys a lot of lives. Beyond the pain suffered by loved ones for their loss, the wrath of a grieving family member is something difficult to describe. (Read More>>)
Public Awareness: Essential to Public Safety
The world today has seen many things. It has seen both the beautiful and the ugly, and yet we choose to live every day as if it were a new day, living without restrictions, without care, YOLO (you only live once) as the young ones might say. You see teenagers on the street, people inside bars, cafes open 24/7, and all these other public gatherings that happen every single day. (Read More>>)
Do You Have an Emergency Preparedness Plan?
There is a false sense of safety and security when we are around other people. Whether at a party, the mall or a restaurant, the common assumption is “there’s safety in numbers.”
But how realistic is this kind of think? You have a room, building, stadium or arena full of people who have no idea what they should do in a time of violence. (Read More>>)
The Cost of Workplace Violence
There’s a violence epidemic in America taking place both in the workplace and elsewhere – and it’s something that’ll affect people directly or indirectly. The country has seen its first rise in job-related homicides for the first time in more than five years.
Every out-of-court settlement has an average cost of half a million dollars, and jury verdicts tend to cost six times that figure. (Read More>>)
Mindset is Half the Battle to Personal Safety
When it comes to personal safety, perhaps we’ve become too trusting, or naive. As humans, there is a lot that goes on in our heads that we don’t even realize subconsciously dictates what we do and don’t do, without giving the action or choice much thought.
The problem with this is that after years of doing things, our own minds can become our number one enemy when trying to avoid violence and be safe. (Read More>>)