Oklahoma City, OK, March 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- SafetySkills® in collaboration with Armed Robbery Training Associates (ARTA), LLC and the Canadian Armed Robbery Training Associates Inc. (CARTA Inc.) has developed a new online training course which prepares the learner to deal with a robbery situation effectively. The goals of this course are to teach the learner how to minimize the risk of injury during a robbery, as well as procedures to respond to a robbery safely and effectively. Additionally, it will address post robbery procedures, effective Strategies for observation and effective response to bomb threat situations. The course is taught through a series of narrated animations, quizzes and interactive exercises. Video simulations allow employees to practice and improve their incident observation skills, should they ever be faced with a live robbery situation. To view a demo of the course please go to http://tinyurl.com/b5d6poj.
John D. Moore, CPP, CEO of ARTA, which is a United States based company, is an armed robbery expert and consultant to high-risk occupational groups, as well as print and broadcast media sources. His writing and consulting career focus around businesses with a high risk for armed robbery. CARTA Inc. Canadian Division of Armed Robbery Training Associates provides armed robbery response training to high-risk groups. CARTA Inc. is the only Canadian company to provide comprehensive armed robbery response training designed specifically for employees in high-risk cash businesses including retail, service stations, credit unions, banks and convenience store locations, to teach them how to properly manage an armed robbery situation.
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Go to http://tinyurl.com/b5d6poj to view a demo of the Armed Robbery online safety course.