June 7, 2023
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Complacency is perhaps the most deadly trait in public safety. There is no such thing as a “routine” call for service. No two situations, shifts, or months are ever the same. Yet, over time handling numerous critical emergencies allows public safety personnel to fall into a false sense of security in the processing of less urgent situations. During this interactive workshop, attendees take a deep dive into various liability concepts where complacency has been a factor. This workshop will extensively use case studies to illustrate where complacency has affected the various public safety disciplines.
|•Define and describe complacency.|
|•Define various terms related to liability.|
|•List and describe five types of negligence.|
|•Explain the concept of risk management.|
Class taught by Tracy Ertl with HeroLight. TCOLE credit will be reported by CTCOG.
Venue: Central Texas Council of Governments
Venue Phone: 254-770-2200
Venue Website: https://ctcog.org/Address: