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NFPA 3000 (PS), Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program

NFPA 3000 (PS), Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program

The NFPA 3000 is an extremely important safety manual in our day and age.

Price: $69.95
Product Code: 3000-18
Year: 2018
Binding: Softcover
Publisher: NFPA


The NFPA 3000 is an extremely important safety manual in our day and age. Shooters in the business place are real, and owning a copy of this manual can change everything if it ever happens to you and your business. It was put together and created due to the rise of incidents in the past.

Table of Contents

  1. Administration
    1. Scope
    2. Purpose
    3. Equivalency
    4. Application
  2. Referenced Publications
    1. General
    2. NFPA Publications
    3. Other Publications
    4. References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections
  3. Definitions
    1. General
    2. NFPA Official Definitions
    3. General Definitions
  4. ASHER Program Development Process
    1. Administration
    2. ASHER Program Organizational Statement
  5. Risk Assessment
    1. Administration
    2. Identifying Threats
    3. Analyzing the Consequences of an Attack
    4. Hazard/Risk Assessment (Probability/Consequence)
  6. Planning/Coordination
    1. Administration
    2. Plan Development
    3. EOPs
    4. SOP Planning Components
    5. Termination and Post-Incident Procedures
    6. Incident Management
    7. Active Shooter/Hostile Events Response Guideline
    8. Operational Security
    9. Information and Intelligence Sharing
  7. Resource Management
    1. Administration
    2. Mutual Aid
    3. Logistics Management
    4. Personnel
  8. Incident Management
    1. Administration
    2. Application of Unified Command
    3. Incident Size-Up
    4. Establishing Unified Command
    5. Transfer of Command
    6. Incident Stabilization
    7. After Action Reports
  9. Facility Preparedness
    1. Administration
    2. Facility and occupancy Characteristics
    3. Emergency Action Plans
    4. Notification
    5. Exercise
  10. Financial Management
    1. Administration
    2. Documentation and Management Policy
    3. Revenue Sources
    4. Program Costs
  11. Communication Center Support
    1. Administration
    2. Communication Center Coordination
    3. Communication Relationships
    4. Communication and Dispatch Systems
    5. Data and Information Management
    6. Operability
    7. High Incident Reponses Levels
  12. Competencies for Law Enforcement Officers
    1. Administration
  13. Competencies for Fire and EMS Responders
    1. Administration
    2. Threat-Based Care
    3. Tasks
    4. Competencies
  14. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    1. Administration
    2. General Requirements
    3. Specification and Type
    4. Markings
    5. Ballistic Protective Equipment (BPE) Care, Maintenance, and Replacement
    6. Deviations
  15. Training
    1. Administration
    2. Scope of Active Shooter/Hostile Events Training
    3. Training Sites
    4. Training Records Management
  16. Public Education
    1. Administration
    2. Community Training and Education
    3. Public Education
    4. Goal of Curriculum
    5. Scope and Frequency of Instruction
  17. Public Information
    1. Administration
    2. JIC and JIS Activities
    3. Warning, Notification, and Crisis Communications
    4. JIC
    5. Social Media
    6. Establishing and Managing a Media Area
  18. Continuity of Operation
    1. Administration
    2. Continuity
  19. Hospital Preparedness and Response for Out-of-Hospital ASHER Incidents
    1. Administration
    2. Preparedness and Emergency Management
    3. Patient Distribution
    4. Communications
    5. Victim Identification
    6. Facility Security
    7. Hospital Command Center/Hospital Incident Command System (HICS)
  20. Recovery
    1. Administration
    2. Immediate Recovery
    3. Early Recovery
    4. Continued Recovery

Annex A Explanatory Material

Annex B Laws, Regulations, Consensus Standards, and Guidance Documents

Annex C Informational References