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Hilton Head Regional Healthcare Staff Participate in Active Shooter Training with Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office

Mar 11, 2020

Hilton Head, S.C. – March 11, 2020 – Hilton Head Regional Healthcare (HHRH) recently collaborated with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office to conduct an active shooter training. The training sessions took place at Hilton Head Hospital and taught dozens of employees how to respond to an active shooter event whether it is at work, school, or in the community.

safe-training-2-300-x-400“Unfortunately, in today’s world, we all need to know how to respond to an active shooter event,” said Kathy Diello, Hilton Head Hospital Facilities Management. “Training your mind and having a plan in advance can be the difference that saves your life and the lives of others. It is a conversation to have at work, at church, with your family and in your community groups. Know where alternative exits are (Avoid), where you can hide to secure and barricade yourself and others (Deny), and what you can use as a weapon (Defend) are key factors in your response.”

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