I am here to teach you...not impress you.
I value your time and won't waste it...I am here to enhance it.
I stand firm on my integrity: Honest. Trustworthy, Faithful, Accountable and Dependable.
My goal every day is to make a difference in someone's life.
What would you do? In an Active Shooter situation? In a Crisis situation? In a Workplace Violence situation?
Emergency Training is focused on
Emergency Training is the basis from which companies, communities, churches and other organizations learn to respond to acts of violence and/or crisis situations
TrainFirst will help you to:
Better respond to violent or crisis situations
Provide tangible and hands-on applications in crisis situations
Develop an awareness to threatening situations
TrainFirst offers training and education for today's threats
Active shooter situations are occurring more frequently. No venue is safe from these vicious attacks. Learn response practices when the shooter is in the vicinity; learn techniques to develop an awareness and survival mindset during active shooter situations; learn how to respond when law enforcement arrives; explore options for dealing with the aftermath
What is a crisis situation? How do you identify behaviors that could indicate escalation? This training will help you to learn appropriate measures to help avoid or de-escalate a crisis situation:
Workplace violence includes misconduct, threatening behavior--verbal and physical. There's also intimidation, sexual harassment, emotional abuse. And none of these are welcomed in the workplace. Learn how to identify, respond to and prevent workplace violence and focus on workplace safety.
All classes will be tailored around your specific business or organization. Risk assessments can be completed to make the presentations better suited to your environment. Other topics can be incorporated into your training based on your unique needs
TrainFirst was founded by Sally Schulberger, a Registered Nurse and Safety Trainer. As a nurse she has worked in Critical Care areas for over 30 years. Currently involved with Disaster and Safety training, she has been planning and educating others over the past 15 years. This combination allows her to provide an empathic approach to the 'realness' of the security and safety issues that we are faced with in today's society.
I have worked as a nurse in Intensive Care Units and Emergency Rooms in trauma centers as well general rural hospitals. I am a certified trainer in Crisis Intervention and have been certified as an instructor by Homeland Security through the Center for Domestic Preparedness. I am part of the Southeast Pennsylvania Hospital Coalition and have worked with Law Enforcement agencies and partners at both the State and County levels. Having spoken on these topics hundreds of times, one thing I can say with certainty is that awareness is the key--recognize, identify, accept and respond.