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Enhancing the personal safety & security of your employees and their families by providing practical strategies focused on the avoidance of crime.
Empowerment through Knowledge, Strategy and Awareness
We build a “Safety Mindset” around the following principles:
Learn to maintain an elevated yet relaxed state of awareness of your surroundings, also known as Condition Yellow. This approach to personal safety is also known as situational awareness and is pivotal to your personal safety and security.
Crime and victim selection are usually a planned processes. Certain behaviors and habits make us more vulnerable. Gain key knowledge that will help you become a “harder” target.
Intuition and Instincts
Learn precisely why instincts (including fear) are vital tools that warn you of imminent danger, not emotions to be discarded as “irrational” or “silly”. Better understand thoughts and “self talk” that reflect you are in denial of the information your instincts are providing you.
Running “What if?” scenarios, and rehearsing best strategies for any number of potential situations helps develop “muscle memory” enabling you to be proactive with regard to your personal safety. Dangerous situations unfold so quickly there is usually no time to think. Having your reaction plan pre-rehearsed minimizes the chance of panicking or “freezing up.”