McGowan Program Administrators is the hub for fantastic resources on Active Shooter Insurance. We’ve put together four ways that you can learn about Active Shooter Insurance, featuring some of our best and most popular resources.
- Listen to our recent Active Shooter Presentation: Just because you missed the webinar doesn’t mean that you can’t listen and learn from it! This webinar, entitled Active Shooter Deadly Weapon Protection Webinar with Global Response Coverage, will explain what global response is and how it relates to Active Shooter Insurance. The password used to access the recording of the webinar is: ActiveShooter02-14-17.
- Download the Active Shooter Insurance Buyer’s Guide: One of our most popular downloads, the Active Shooter Insurance Buyer’s Guide goes over the basics of active shooter insurance coverage, why standard liability coverage isn’t good enough, and the possible litigation and liabilities a company could face after an active shooter scenario.
- View the six-part Active Shooter Insurance Video Series: Short on time? Then you’ll like our quick Active Shooter Insurance Video Series. Each video recaps important aspects of Active Shooter Insurance, and is led by Paul Marshall, the head of the Active Shooter program at McGowan.
- Join our next Active Shooter Webinar: Each month McGowan holds a free Active Shooter Webinar, which is open to brokers and agents who wish to learn more about Active Shooter Insurance. For additional information please contact Paul Marshall at email@example.com.
Although it’s a difficult subject, it’s important for businesses to consider active shooter insurance. It seems like each day new active shooter scenarios are reported, and in order to ensure coverage, extra insurance is worth considering. Active Shooter Insurance can cover all the gaps and grey areas that exist in standard coverage insurance. If you have any questions about active shooter policies, the resources listed are a great place to research. We’d also love for you to reach out with any questions you might have using our form.