TRAINING

Pioneers introducing concepts such as “first responders”

Our armed incident management training is aligned with the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) content, the NFPA 3000 Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) program, and the ASIS Workplace Violence and Active Assailant Standard.

Decysyon, together with GrupoDC Solutions, has been a pioneer in Spain introducing concepts such as “first responders” in the field of private security, and the application of protocols such as Run-Hide-Fight to this sector.

  • Through a conscientious research process, over the last five years we have produced a catalog of the most common armed threats in the last decade, along with responses adapted to them. While the most mediatized face of this new violence is jihadist terrorism, incidents of active gunmanship, cases of amok, violence at work, violence-mediated robberies, and use of both firearms and weapons have increased in number in recent years across Europe.
  • We have the support of SEMES Nacional (Spanish Society of Emergency Medicine), as well as the international project Stop the Bleed and FirstCare Provider.
  • This training fulfills the requirements and quality standards of the US HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT, being the only entity worldwide that joins criteria in the mentioned management of active shooter incidents; in 2017 our staff was certified as instructors of this training program.

WARENESS AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT (PSAT & HEAT)

Personal Safety Awareness Training, (PSAT)
A course aimed at individuals who, due to their activities, travel to risk areas:

  • Analysis of context and evaluation of travel risk.
  • Personal profile and risk perception thresholds.
  • Personal vulnerability reduction measures.
  • Reaction to aggressive, ballistic, explosive, criminal, psychological and vehicular threats.
  • Actions to be taken in the face of events or incidents to reduce its impact.
  • Key protective equipment to increase personal safety.
  • Effective communication during a critical incident.

HEAT Course, (Hostile Environment Awareness Training)
Course aimed at individuals, professionals or staff of organizations that travel or carry out activities in places of medium or high risk, or in very remote areas.

  • Situational awareness and introduction to hostile environments.
  • Global threats.
  • Travel safety and management.
  • Personal security.
  • General health precautions.
  • Management and resolution of conflicts.
  • Kidnapping and hostage-taking.
  • First aid.
  • Crisis management.
  • Public relations & Media Communications.
  • Information security.
  • Exercise scenarios and emergency drills.
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