1st Time Ever – FASTER Saves Lives class opens to the public

by Joe Eaton

5:59AM Wednesday, June 7 2017

1st Time Ever РFASTER Saves Lives class opens to the public The FASTER Saves Lives program is opening a very limited number of spots in our July 20-22 class to the public.  Churches, businesses, colleges and other public areas are experiencing the same violence we have seen in our K-12 schools.  ... Read More

Trauma Medical Class – April 1, 2017

by Joe Eaton

11:58AM Thursday, March 9 2017

Trauma Medicine for Active Killer Events

Objective: Casualty Care

  • To identify potential wound patterns and injuries in an trauma emergency such as active killer ... Read More

When Do School Shootings Occur?

by Jim

5:32PM Wednesday, February 1 2017

by Greg Ellifritz Last [month] we had another school shooting.  When I read that the West Liberty High School shooter chose to initiate his attack before classes officially began for the day, it got me thinking.  ... Read More
Buckeye Firearms Foundation (501c3) president Jim Irvine introduces the Faculty/Administrator Safety Training and Emergency Response (FASTER) Program

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