Tuesday, March 26: 'Dealing with an Active Shooter Situation,' by the PA State Police

'Dealing With 
an Active Shooter Situation'
Presented by
TPR. James Spencer
Pennsylvania State Police



Tuesday, March 26
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM

8:00 AM: Sign-in, light breakfast
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM: Presentation

Hosted at our offices:
320 Busser Road
Emigsville, PA 17318
(717) 843-3891
A presentation designed to prepare individuals in
the event they are involved in an active shooter situation

Our session will highlight how to recognize signs of potential violence around you, and what to expect after an active shooting takes place. It's useful information that's helpful in addition to the on-scene 'Run, Hide, Fight' guidance employed by law enforcement throughout the country, when dealing with an active shooter situation.

The discussion covers associated behaviors, thoughts, and feelings, which may be indicators that someone is disgruntled at their job, in their personal life, or with society.

Due to the high level of past interest, The Manufacturers' Association
is again offering this important training seminar
at NO COST to our members

Make NO mistake about the importance of this session:
There have been approximately 170 mass shooting events in the U.S. alone, in 2018 and early 2019. 
Being prepared is a crucial key to surviving an attack in the workplace or elsewhere!

*This is not an a Firearms, or Tactical Training course.
Attendees will not be required to handle live or fake, ammo, firearms or tactical equipment
during this presentation.

"A perfect speaker, at the perfect time. Your event always sets the tone for a business gathering in southcentral PA"   Annual Event attendee at 
Penn State's Pullo Center in York, PA
The Manufacturers' Association
320 Busser Road, 2nd Floor
P.O. Box 493
Emigsville PA, 17318
(717) 843-3891
office@mascpa.org