Workplace Violence & Active Shooter Prevention

Jan. 10, 2024
Dive into the urgent realm of workplace safety as we explore proactive measures, interdisciplinary insights, and actionable strategies to empower participants in creating a safer, more resilient professional environment.

This event was originally held on January 10, 2024 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: Vicon & Omnilert
 1 Hour

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What you will learn

  • How to identify potential warning signs, assess risk factors, and implement preventative strategies.
  • The psychological and environmental factors contributing to such incidents.


Over the past five years, the United States has unfortunately witnessed a concerning rise in workplace violence incidents and active shooter situations. These distressing events have occurred across various industries and vertical markets, ranging from office settings to educational and healthcare institutions to public spaces. Employers and organizations, as well as security integrators and consultants, have been compelled to reassess and enhance security measures, emergency response protocols, and employee training programs to mitigate the risks associated with workplace violence.

This webinar will leverage the security expertise of seasoned consultants and end-users to identify potential warning signs, assess risk factors, and implement preventative strategies to mitigate workplace violence and active shooter incidents. Drawing on insights from psychology, security, and crisis management, the webinar will explore the complexities of human behavior, threat assessment, and emergency response, empowering attendees with actionable strategies to create a safer workplace.


Michael Julian CPI PPS CSP
Creator of the A.L.I.V.E. Active Shooter Survival Training Program

Michael Julian CPI PPS CSPis the creator of the A.L.I.V.E. Active Shooter Survival Training Program and began his career in investigations and security assisting his father Ron Julian, the founder of his company National Business Investigations (NBI), at the age of 16. A.L.I.V.E., which stands for Assess, Leave, Impede, Violence, and Expose, was created in 2014 when Michael began teaching his Active Shooter Survival philosophy throughout the United States. His book on the subject, 10 Minutes to Live: Surviving an Active Shooter Using A.L.I.V.E. was published in 2017 and the online version of the A.L.I.V.E. Training Program was launched in 2019 and is now part of the corporate security training program for companies throughout the world.Michael’s security training includes behavioral threat assessment, active shooter survival, executive and asset protection, self-defense, defensive and evasive driving, close protection, aviation security, interview and interrogation techniques, protective surveillance and counter surveillance, and covert protection.

He teaches courses in Executive and Asset Protection throughout the United States and is a trusted security consultant for numerous organizations providing personal and asset security solutions and teaching workplace violence identification and reaction, and active shooter survival. Michael is now a keynote speaker at conferences but still teaches the course to select businesses, public utility agencies, and medical and educational institutions throughout the world.

Chris Grollnek
Founder and Managing Principal
Active Shooter Prevention Project, LLC (ASPP), LLC

Active Shooter Expert Chris Grollnek (#activeshooterexpert) is a highly sought-after international public speaker, trainer, educator, writer, and director and has appeared in numerous documentaries. Active Shooter Expert Chris Grollnek also provides specialized consulting services to Fortune 500 companies and special events. Grollnek has testified about the Terrorism and Counterterrorism training needs of the United States and beyond before the U.S. Senate Ways and Means subcommittees in the Hart Senate office building in 2002. Leading up to his testimony before the U.S. Senate, Chris Grollnek was invited by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington D.C. to provide insight to Ph.D. and Senior Executives Staff of the U.S. Government on subterranean training, complex curriculum development, and public lectures.

Although retired, Chris remains continuously sought for public speaking appearances, training seminars, assessments, and media consulting; reestablishing himself, Active Shooter Expert Chris Grollnek performs his work with a rich history in risk management, mitigation strategies, OSHA policy compliance, police best practices, policy, and security assessment programs. Focusing on cost-saving initiatives for security departments that generally run in the overhead and expenditure column, Chris has found cost-saving initiatives that show a return on investment year-over-year. These programs emphasize personal safety in public places while conducting risk management consulting to “C” Level Executives and Government Senior Executive Service professionals. Along with a team of highly experienced executives and former military officers, Chris Grollnek creates lasting value in ASPP, LLC services, specializing in Active Shooter Prevention, Domestic Terrorism awareness and mitigation, policy and script writing, and media appearances.

Chris Grollnek has earned numerous military and police certifications. As the former Secretary of the International Association of Undercover Officers, Inc., Chris maintains memberships in the National Tactical Police Officers Association (NTOA), Texas Tactical Police Officers Association (TTPOA), and the Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA).

Mark Franken
VP of Marketing

As the Vice President of Marketing at Omnilert, Mark is passionate about expanding the understanding and use of new AI technology that proactively helps detect guns and protects from active shooters. Prior to Omnilert, Mark spent 6 years promoting AI and Edge technologies for improving safety, reducing energy use and improving efficiencies in manufacturing, and 15 years in IoT software and enabling hardware companies.

Moderator: Steve Lasky
Editorial Director

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