Safety and Preparedness Training

Sexual assault prevention and defensive moves 

Note: Free to all MSU faculty, staff, & students

Date: Fall 2018 dates are yet to be determined

Goal: For every student, faculty and staff member to prevent emergencies and to be prepared should they occur.

We offer a variety of safety and preparedness courses that are available to the campus community in order to achieve this goal. Courses include:
 

  • Emergency Preparedness for Campus Emergencies: What every student should know  (1 hour)
  • Run, Hide, Fight: Active shooter prevention and preparedness 
    • Introductory Course (20 minutes)
    • Basic Course  (1 hour)
    • Basic and Practical Activities (2 hours)
    • Self-Defense Basics: Women fighting back. (2 hours)
    • Fire Extinguisher training
    • Simulator-based (1 hour)
    • Live fire (1 hour)
  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Defensive Moves (2 hours)
  • Red Cross Community CPR/AED (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillators (4 hours)
  • Red Cross 1st Aid (2 hours)
  • Stop the Bleed: Saving lives through hemorrhage control (1 hour)

 To schedule or for more information on these courses or other safety presentations, contact David Hall, University Emergency Manager by email or call 417-836-8444.