NFPA 3000: The New National Standard for Preparedness, Response, and Recovery to Active Shooter Hostile Events

  • May 07, 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Four Points by Sheraton; 1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike; Norwood, MA

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  • AHJs registered with the Chapter are eligible for special event pricing. Due to the topic of the presentation, special AHJ pricing is limited to 15 people. AHJs may still register for a reduced price as an AHJ.
  • Dinner may not be available due to late registration.
  • Dinner may not be available for late registrants.
  • Current Chapter members are eligible for discounted event pricing.
  • Student members of the Chapter are eligible for special event pricing.

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NFPA 3000: The New National Standard for Preparedness, Response, and Recovery to Active Shooter Hostile Events

John Montes, NFPA

In this session, participants will learn about the joint effort to bring representatives from emergency response, emergency management, facility management, healthcare, education, and others to create a first of its kind national standard.  The standard is designed to bring entire communities together to manage these incidents.  Participants will learn the process in which this was made, why it was made, and receive a general review of the content of this groundbreaking standard.

John Montes is an Emergency Services Specialist at the National Fire Protection Association, currently assigned as staff liaison to the technical committees for EMS, fire service occupational safety and health, Hazardous Materials Response, and the active shooter response standard programs. A nationally registered EMT, John has worked in EMS in several different roles, from the private service to Boston EMS, to serving as an EMS Specialist/EMS Duty Chief for the County of Santa Clara EMS Agency. In his role at the NFPA John is assigned as representative to the Joint National EMS Leadership Forum, National EMS Advisory Council, and the Road to Zero Coalition.

The basic meeting agenda is the following:

4:00-5:30PM - Board of Directors Meeting (Members Welcome)
5:30-6:30PM - Registration & Cocktails (Attitude Adjustment)
6:30-8:30PM - Dinner & Program

  
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