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The ability to see beyond the immediate, during times of crisis and to react accordingly distinguishes the effective Fire and Life Safety Director from the truly outstanding one.



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This course is
accredited by the FDNY

Introduction / Course Description:

Since September 11, 2001 it has become evident that more aggressive procedures continue to be needed to protect building occupants. Unsuspecting acts and threats of natural disasters, explosions, biological, chemical or hazardous material incidents and other emergencies made it necessary to have a Fire and Life Safety Director (FLSD).

In this course, there will be an overview of various terms, emergencies and techniques that will assist the Fire and Life Safety Director in carrying out the building’s comprehensive Fire Safety/Emergency Action Plan (EAP) documents during non-fire emergencies for occupant safety.

The Active Shooter and Medical Emergency Preparedness (ASMEP) Training Course curriculum provides a general guidance to Fire and Life Safety (FLS) Director and the building owners to mitigate the damage or injuries resulting from active shooter and medical emergency incidents occurred in high-rise buildings.

Features of this course includes (but is not limited to):

  • Applicable Lessons from 911 World Trade Center Attacks
  • Non-Fire Drills
  • Fire and Life Safety Director Responsibilities in Non-Fire Emergencies
    — Non-Evacuation Actions
    — Evacuation Actions
    — Building Ventilation Options
    — Actions and Building Ventilation Issues During Chemical, Biological, or Radiological (CBR) Threats
    — Use of Elevator
    — Building Occupants with Special Needs
    — Situational Awareness
  • Non-Fire Emergency Incidents
    — Hazmat Incidents Involving Chemical, Biological, or Radiological (CBR) Agents
    — Bombs, Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages
    — Natural Hazards
    — Failure of Building Utilities or Systems
    — Civil Unrest and Disturbances
    — Interaction with First Responders
  • Non-Fire Emergency Actions (EAP Actions)
  • Emergency Scenarios
  • Active Shooter Emergency
    — Preparation and Training for an Active Shooter Situation
    — Active Shooter Emergency Responses
    — Real Case Discussions
  • Medical Emergency Preparedness
    — Medical Emergency Response
    — Medical Emergency Scenarios



  • Civilian and Uniformed personnel of the Bureau of Fire Prevention, FDNY
  • Counterterrorism and Emergency Preparedness personnel, FDNY
  • NYPD Shield
  • Active and retired NYPD Lieutenants, Captains and Sergeants
  • Retired Military consultant
  • FSDA and BOMA/NY Preparedness Committee Members
  • Other government agencies published materials (the New York City Police Department/NYPD Shield, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Education, and U.S. Department of Justice)


FDNY / Third-Party Fees:

  • On the day of the exam at the FDNY, each applicant is required to pay a $25.00 fee to the New York City Fire Department.



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