Office Safety & Crisis Management

  • Friday, May 11, 2012
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CDT)
  • Rasmussen College in Eagan
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Office Safety & Crisis Management


Violence surrounds us all. Would you know what to do in a crisis situation? This workshop will focus on various factors in a crisis situation, personal awareness, psychological and physiological changes during a crisis, and mental preparation for a crisis situation. Learn guidelines for situations where weapons are involved and effective communications in defusing crisis situation. Participants will also learn to identify indicators of violent behavior and the stages of workplace violence.

Presenter: George Demers, M.S.

George was employed at St. Peter Regional Treatment center for 29 years and has been a staff trainer for more than 35 years in Dealing with Aggressive Behavior. He was a state trainer on the topic of Violence in the Workplace, and a member of the Crisis Negotiating Team for two SWAT teams. Presently, George is a mental health professional for the South Central Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team where he worked with NYPD following 9-11.

Trainings: George has received special training in Hostage Negotiation with the FBI, Tactical Procedures with the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Tactical Procedures with the Los Angeles SWAT Team, Hospital Security with the Sarasota, FL Police Academy, and Negotiating Concepts with the leader of the FBI Crisis Negotiating Team

DateFriday May 11th, 2012

Time: 9am – 12pm (Noon)


Rasmussen College: 3500 Federal Drive, Eagan, MN 55122

Online registrations will be given first priority!

If the event registration states that it is "not available for your membership level," your membership has expired. Please renew your membership to register for the training.

Trainings are free to all current MCCA members.

Online registrations will be given first priority! 

Email requests for training will be applied one week before training date if openings are available.

Registration ends Wednesday, 5/9/12 at 12 noon. All registrants will receive confirmation via email. 

If you are an MCCA member, please go to to sign in and register for the training. If you are currently not a member, please sign up for membership at The $30 annual membership fee pays for one year of monthly training sessions. Any questions can directed to Dani Harrington, Director of Membership, at