NFPA Releases New Standard for Active Shooter / Hostile Event Response [Podcast]
Community Risk Reduction, CRR Radio, from The Vision 20/20 Project has a new podcast focusing on the provisional standard just released, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 3000 Active Shooter / Hostile Event Response Program.
Only the second provisional standard in NFPA’s history, this underscores the urgency and need for this standard in today’s world. In this episode of CRR Radio, hear from three key people involved in the development of the standard:
- John Montes, NFPA
- Lori Moore-Merrell, International Association of Firefighters (IAFF)
- Peter Ostroskey, Massachusetts State Fire Marshal
CRR Radio’s Second Season
NFPA has produced 14 podcasts that have been listened to over 3,000 times focusing on topics such as:
- Using data to predict fires and prevent them
- The opioid crisis in West Virginia and New Hampshire
- Smoke alarms and data in New Orleans
- Integrated Risk Management in the UK
- CRR in communities in Arkansas; Fort Collins, Colorado and Arvada, Colorado; Georgia, North Carolina, Washington and Wyoming
- Data in Kansas
- CRR at the National Fire Academy
- Behind the scenes of the NFPA podcast series The Survivors
- Using virtual reality to teach fire safety in Fort Collins, Colorado
You can stream or download the podcast on CRR Radio, or subscribe in your favorite podcast application.
Visit The Vision 20/20 Project’s website for the latest resources and tools that you can use in your community and department.