Michigan Medicine Security (MMS) regularly provides presentations to staff concerning safety and wellbeing at the hospital. If you would like to request any of our training sessions, please see the topics below and submit the online request form.
Situational Awareness for Violent Events (SAVE)
Situational Awareness for Violent Events (SAVE) training is an innovative program
developed by Michigan Medicine Security to prepare and empower staff to take
control of their safety. Through both classroom and hands-on training,
participants will learn best practices for handling aggressive behaviors and
responding to acts of violence.
Learn how to recognize escalating behaviors, the importance of early intervention
and response tactics to keep you safe.
Chances are you’ll never face an active attacker situation. However if you do,
you need to be prepared. This presentation aims to educate our community on how
to respond and prevent an active attacker incident. The officer will give an
overview of the RUN, HIDE, and FIGHT response, as well as the critical thinking
involved in choosing a decision that is right for you.
NOTE: This presentation is also part of SAVE.
See Something, Say Something™
Our nation was irrevocably impacted by the catastrophic events on Sept 11, 2001.
From this tragic event, the “See Something, Say Something,” campaign was
This presentation increases each participant’s ability to identify and report
concerning or suspicious behaviors. Learn how we can all work together towards
our environment, and our nation safe.
Our self-defense workshop takes a holistic approach to self-protection,
emphasizing awareness and assertiveness skills as well as physical and verbal
strategies to counter violence. The goal is to leave you better equipped to deal
from harassment to potentially violent people to sexual assault. Participants
will take part in verbal exercises, physical drills and discussion.
Sexual Harassment Awareness
A presentation on setting limits and how to report unwanted and harassing
About the Division of Public Safety and Security
and Michigan Medicine
A presentation, discussion, and question and answer session on the services DPSS