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House of Worship Safety & Security

We all recognize the need to protect our congregations and the growing threats to houses of worship. 6LDFT is here to help you be better equipped and prepared to protect your house of worship. 

Services and Training:
•    Emergency Plan Development / Preparedness 
•    Team Development 
•    Firearms / Tactics
•    Emergency First Aid
•    Countering the Mass Shooter Threat
•    Team Training & Drills

The safety and well-being of your congregation should be the highest priority of each Congregation Safety Team. 6LDFT instructors recognize that calling and are all actively involved with their congregation’s safety teams. 6LDFT offers classes such as the Countering the Mass Shooter Threat and Emergency First Aid Principles.

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Countering The Mass Shooter Threat Course

In this class, you’ll review an analysis of data gathered from 48 mass shootings that have occurred since Columbine, to determine what can be learned from these tragedies, including whether a reduction in magazine capacity or the banning of any class of firearm would have changed the outcome. You'll also learn whether “gun-free” zones figure into the planning of these mass murderers; whether victim response at any mass shooting has made a difference; and whether “universal background checks” or other proposals by gun control advocates stand a chance of stemming the current trajectory of these shootings. This course summarizes this data with a comprehensive plan designed to eliminate the scourge of these shooters once and for all.

Stethoscope on the Cardiogram

In this class, you’ll learn to not only understand the proper way to assess a patient, you’ll also learn in great detail the proper way to deal with significant issues such as serious bleeding, chest injuries, a compromised airway, spinal injuries, broken bones, and more. While it might seem unrealistic to translate what professional EMTs and paramedics are able to do in an emergency versus the things that nonprofessionals would be capable of, but in life threatening medical and traumatic emergencies, it all boils down to the same thing — sustaining the life of the patient until he or she can be delivered to the emergency room. If you’re ready to become your family’s first responder in all emergency situations, this training cannot be missed. During this training, you’ll do more than simply sit in a classroom learning about these topics, your USCCA instructor will work you through a dozen real world scenarios using simulated patients and the actual products (or field expedients) that you’ll need to understand if you hope to save a life.

Emergency First Aid Principles Course

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