NFPA 3000 (PS) – A new standard bringing our communities together and creating the minimum benchmarks we must achieve.
This session will focus on the application, implementation and use of NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 3000, a voluntary standard addressing all aspects of active shooter/assailant response scenarios. New in 2018, the scope of NFPA 3000 is to provide the minimum criteria communities need to prepare for, organize, manage, and sustain preparedness and response programs based on local jurisdictions and risk levels. This covers all stakeholders in the emergency response community, including law enforcement, schools and school administrators, fire and EMS, healthcare and the community.
John Montes is a nationally registered EMT and currently an Emergency Services Specialist at the National Fire Protection Association, liaising with technical committees for EMS, Fire Service Occupational Safety and Health, Hazardous Materials Response, and Cross Functional Emergency Preparedness and Response. He represents NFPA with the Joint National EMS Leadership Forum, National EMS Advisory Council, the Department of Homeland Security’s first responder’s working group, NFPA 3000 and the Road to Zero Coalition.