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Who should attend personal safety training?

It's about knowing your options for "fight or flight" decisions. Be prepared in advance.
Everyone, male and female, who lives in an active environment: It not just about being aware, it's also about your personal and individual Survival Strategy 360˚.
Parents: Every time you are shopping, walking, traveling with a child, you are more easily distracted and vulnerable. 
Employers (and Employees): Host A ClassWorkplace violence is any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening disruptive behavior that occurs at the work site. 
Every year, millions of American workers report having been victims of workplace violence. 

Certain industries, including healthcare, service providers and education, are more prone to violence than others. OSHA’s General Duty Clause that states that all employers, regardless of size, must provide a place of employment “free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious harm.”

Teens: The Street Smarts "SAFE-T 360" program applies to everyone. Teens, especially those driving a car,  need to learn to be tuned in and aware of their surroundings...always! 
College students: Learn to be aware of their surroundings and potential threats on and off campus.

Travelers: Regardless if you travel for work or leisure, unfamiliar territories are more dangerous. Learn Awareness and Distance techniques for your personal safety. 

Anyone who lives alone: If you walk alone, reside alone or travel alone you may be a target.
Nurses: Especially those involved with behavioral health patients.

Real estate agents: Who travel, work alone, show properties and meet clients. 

Develop Your Survival Instincts
Be Safe > Stay Confident > Be Empowered

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