Increase in Active Shooter Response Training

As the number of active shooter events increase, so does the need for training. Read More.

Excellent Training and Response Averts Tragedy in Ohio Campus Attack

Quick response by officials to campus attacker highlights importance of solid training in these events. Read More.

Clery Act Requirements

What are the challenges large institutions have keeping people safe? Read More.

Hazmat Truck Accident: Fire, Evacuation, and I-95 Shutdown

Multiple crashes causes explosions, fatalities, and evacuation. Read More.

Last week’s tragic shooting at Fort Lauderdale’s Hollywood Airport is another chilling reminder of how vulnerable public places may be when there is a gunman with an agenda. Schools, malls, movie theaters, nightclubs, airports – the list goes on – … Continue reading

Over the past several years, the amount of crude oil that has been transported by rail out of the Bakken region in the Midwest has skyrocketed. Each train carries more than 3 million gallons of oil, among 110 loaded cars, … Continue reading

In the hours and days that followed the Boston Marathon bombings, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies asked members of the public to contact them with any photos or videos taken during the event that could have held clues … Continue reading

The second part of Emergency Film Group’s production shoot for Responding to Highway Incidents Involving Commercial Explosives brought us to Alabama. (See related story here). Our first stop was at a surface coal mine run by Nelson Brothers Inc. Our … Continue reading

The Emergency Film Group production team recently traveled to Texas and Alabama to film location shots for a project for the Institute of Makers of Explosives (IME). According to its website, the IME “develops recommendations and guidelines for all facets … Continue reading

The tragic events in Newtown, CT are, sadly, another reminder of just how vulnerable we are to these kinds of attacks in our communities. The massacre in Newtown is the third active shooter incident at a school in 2012. In … Continue reading

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