Workplace Security in the Age of Covid-19 By Joe Anderson

April 27, 2020

On Thursday, July 1, 1993, a madman entered the 101 California Street Building in San Francisco.  Despite the balmy weather, he was wearing a trench coat.  He walked directly and unquestioned, there was no one present to question him, to a bank of elevators and ascended to the 34th Floor offices of the law firm Pettit & Martin.  He stepped out and drew [insert weaponry) from beneath his coat, walked south toward a conference room where a deposition was taking place, and began a storm of automatic weapon fire, ending the lives of nine innocent people.

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Do You Know How to Disarm Someone Armed With a Handgun or Rifle?

Do You Know How to Disarm Someone Armed With a Handgun or Rifle?

March 22, 2019

Although disarm techniques can be intimidating due to the fact that they require a person to place themselves in close proximity to an active threat, in fact, they are the best way to protect oneself. 

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What Do You Know About the

What Do You Know About the "Fatal Funnel?"

March 08, 2019

The "fatal funnel" is a term used for an area within the opening of a point of entry where most fatalities occur during an active threat situation. Understanding the importance of this area is extremely crucial in the event of an active shooter. 

 

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Barricading in an Active Threat Situation

Barricading in an Active Threat Situation

March 01, 2019

How familiar are you with barricading techniques? Unfortunately, the most common response in an active threat situation is to hide. Whether this is under a table, in a bathroom stall, or in a closet, it is not an effective response to an active threat. 

In fact, taking an active stance, although it can be more daunting, is a far better option in an active threat situation. 

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Which Common Household Items Are You Misusing for Personal Safety?

Which Common Household Items Are You Misusing for Personal Safety?

February 27, 2019

Although you may have the best intentions to protect your family by repurposing common household items as a means of self-defense, those items are better off to be used with their original purpose in mind. This article covers common household objects that should not be considered "dual purpose" by means of protecting yourself or your loved ones. 

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The Top 5 Self-Defense Blogs That You Should Be Following

The Top 5 Self-Defense Blogs That You Should Be Following

February 13, 2019

Have you ever taken a self-defense class or wanted to? Have you ever watched videos to learn more about increasing your personal safety?


If you have any questions at all regarding self-defense, these blogs can help you answer them.

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