Training for schools and public administrations


Identifying the threat

  • How to identify and describe a threat
  • How to report and analyze direct/indirect dangers
  • How to observe and relay information


Preventive measures

  • How to reduce risks
  • What actions to take and reactions to adopt when facing a threat
  • How to raise awareness and empower your staff to take part in a pre-established emergency plan
  • How to react and alert people
  • What procedures to follow in the event of an alert


Make the right decision within the first few seconds

The behavior to adopt in the event of a threat can appear to be simple common sense, but in a state of fear or panic, our reactions can become slightly harder to manage.

Interactive workshops focused on lockdown and evacuation will be offered through individual and collective role-play, based on the pre-examined theoretical section.


The evacuation :

I run away.

I head silently towards the nearest exit.

I remain calm.

I take a head count of the students.

I ask for complete silence.

I don’t run towards the police without holding my hands up.

The lockdown:

I head silently towards the room intended for such an event.

If there isn’t any:

I identify the safest and closest room.

I lock the doors and barricade myself by placing heavy furniture in front of the door (cabinet, desk…)

I stay away from the doors and windows.

I lay down on the floor behind sturdy obstacles.

I switch off the lights.

I ask for complete silence.

I switch my phone to silent mode.

Once on lockdown, I stay in touch with the authorities to signal my exact location, the number of injured people and the total number of people on lockdown.

I stay close to the people displaying anxiety and try to comfort them.

I wait for the authorities’ intervention for further instructions before evacuating.

If we have caps intended for such an event, we put them on after laying down on the floor.

Our workshops take half a day (4 hours) or a whole day (7 hours)