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David Herman with Shooting Illustrated shared his recent experience participating in one of our defensive tactics courses. “One unseasonably cool weekend in April 2018, I ventured out to the sprawling BSR campus at Summit Point Raceway, just over the West Virginia line, for some intensive instruction in defensive tactics and uses for pistol and carbine. Upon arrival […]

During an active shooter situation, it may seem like help is never going to arrive. Rest assure that first responders are acting as swiftly and securly as possible to rescue you. Until relief arrives, remaining calm and being prepared will help your survival rate as well as those around you. We’ve covered this topic before […]

Active shooter planning in a healthcare facility can be challenging. There are many factors that can be detrimental to the safety and security of both the staff, patients and first responders. As we stress in all of our courses, there is no way to predict an unpredictable situation such as an active shooter however, you […]

As much as we encourage the training aspects of being prepared during an active shooter situation or any violent act of terrorism, being aware of any suspicious activity about to happen and taking actions to prevent it from going further is equally as important. Being prepared for any unexpected attack is a step in the right […]

Let’s talk about 5 tactical driving tips for the everyday civilian. One course we offer is our Evasive Driving course. This course is designed for those individuals who are vulnerable and under the threat of a terrorist or organized criminal attack while in transit. While not necessarily for the everyday civilian there are tips and […]

Active shooter awareness is, unfortunately, a necessity in today’s world. With the right training you can process the situation that may arise, think clearly and take appropriate actions in a dangerous situation. B.E.C.O.N. is an all-encompassing course that builds on confidence and increases the chances of survival through a series of non-sequential options exercised in an […]

B.E.C.O.N. Conducts Regional Emergency Preparedness Training for Health Professionals in WV – Dec. 8th, 2016 Health Care professionals from Regions 8/9 of WV participated in a 4 hr. B.E.C.O.N. training seminar through the WV Hospitals Association Regional Training Coordinator, Dianna Reel in Petersburg, WV www.wvha.org. There is no replacement for “Reality Based Training” when it […]