Hospitality Industry-Specific Emergency Medical Training
Who is at risk?
The hospitality industry has always been a prime target for terrorist attacks, which are calculated to cause fear and chaos. Terrorists seek soft targets, of which the industry is an example, because they are low-risk and high-yield. Typically, they have a high number of civilians in target-rich cities.
What is the typical situation?
Active-shooter or improvised-explosive-device-scenarios typically cause the majority of casualties immediately. A shooting victim can bleed to death within 3 minutes. Unfortunately, very few emergency medical services can reach a victim within 3 minutes even in a nonthreatening environment. In an active-shooter situation, it may be more than 30 minutes before emergency personnel are on site and providing life-saving care. Tragically, lives will be lost.
The only way to save lives is to have personnel medically trained to respond and save lives!
How does Templar mitigate the risk of death from these situations?
- Perform an assessment of the organization
- Identify the areas of risk
- Provide medical training to those who may be in a position to save lives.
The training focuses on immediate life-saving interventions.
What is available to my organization?
Hotel Active Shooter First Responder Course (HAS-FRC) Basic is a one-day course designed to expose employees to basic hemorrhage control. Attendees will learn to perform basic medical care and to save lives, based on the NAEMT guidelines for TCCC-AC.
Hotel Active Shooter-Lifesaver Course (HAS-LSC) Advanced Course is a two-day course that focuses on your organization's risk and its capabilities. It is tailored to high-risk security personnel and key employees. Templar Medical staff conduct all training within U.S. military and NAEMT standards.