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eggshell International provides clients with high-quality and engaging Corporate Safety Programs that are conducted by leading professional trainers.
We teach you to respond and not just merely react during crisis situations and violent encounters.
This is delivered through our s.a.f.e.SHELL programs- Situational Awareness For Everyone

s.a.f.e.SHELL is delivered through 2 modules:

  • CORE
  • CORE ++

The s.a.f.e.SHELL CORE program provides participants with core training to develop skills and improve their abilities in the following areas:

situational awareness

  • what are some threats to personal safety
  • understand what is situational awareness
  • using a well-known method to gauge your state and to move to the ideal state
  • discuss what is terrorism and why is it getting worse
  • be guided on civilian surveillance methods

personal safety at home

  • a look at a few scenarios that are everyday threats
  • use mitigating techniques to lessen your vulnerability
  • how to determine what to have in your ‘go-bag’ at home in case of an attack
  • essential preparation techniques for emergencies

personal safety when travelling

  • an introduction to travel security awareness
  • understand why you need to be aware of regional threats when travelling
  • how to stay alert in airports around the world
  • what are some key ground travel basics in a foreign country
  • how to select hotels and hotel rooms to increase your safety

basic first aid

  • essential bandage techniques
  • how to quickly and effectively deal with cuts and wounds
  • using everyday objects to make splints and tourniquets
The s.a.f.e.SHELL CORE++ program is an extension which builds on the previous competencies gained during the CORE program and further enhances it for participants to go beyond:
During CORE, we focused on developing the individual’s ability to protect himself/herself during crisis.
In CORE ++, we seek to enhance that ability and allow the individual to take a pro-active role in protecting others during threat/crisis.
During the training participants will learn:
  • to utilise the same set of physical skills covered previously in CORE and use them to protect others under threat of physical violence.
  • to employ tactically safe and viable options when required to intervene in crisis situation in order to diffuse, neutralise and escape the threat.
  • to take on leadership roles when responsible for the safety of others (i.e. as a delegation trip leader, adult care-giver/parent, educator leading school trips, etc)
  • to manage post-incident operations for team and organisation (i.e. incident report for authorities, team accountability, etc)


Situational Awareness For Everyone

Anti-kidnap

  • Releases from holds
  • Escaping from physical restraints cable tie, rope, etc
  • Moving in Low Visibility situations

Anti-Car Jacking

  • Escaping from car when intruder is present
  • Expelling intruder from car
  • Escaping from Sinking Car
  • Escaping from Car Boot

Anti-Rape

  • Understanding psychology of sexual crimes and rape as a process
  • Pre-incident indicators
  • Psychological & Verbal Deterrents
  • Environmental Deterrents
  • Using body weight and leverage for increased power in striking and escapes
  • Learning to escape from pins/holds on the ground
  • Deploying striking tools while on the ground

Post-incident recovery

  • Crisis counselling
  • Police report

Use of Improvised Tools

  • How everyday tools like Torchlight, Pens, etc. can be used for self-defence
  • Learn to access tools and de-escalate/disengage at range
  • Learn to multiply force and achieve vital targeting at contact range
  • Using tools to escape holds, chokes and locks

For Law Enforcement / Military

  • Using tools for pain compliance / restraint

Work Place intrusion / Mass Act of Violence

  • Run: how to maximize chance of getting to safety?
  • Hide: how to maximize chance of staying hidden from attackers.
  • Fight: how to equalize threat when run and hide are not viable.

Utilizing improvised physical barriers
Utilizing improvised tools of opportunity
Utilizing team tactics with co-workers

Crisis communications

  • Getting help from authorities
  • Making on-site situation report
  1. How to ‘switch on’ your situational awareness to be more present to
    detect danger
  2. How to spot and what to do if you detect unusual activity or objects
  3. Improve your ability to mitigate and avoid threatening situations at home
    and when travelling
  4. Understand the terrorist mindset and how they target victims
  5. Empower you with civilian counter surveillance techniques
  6. Learn useful First-Aid techniques for emergencies
  7. Be well-prepared to respond to acts of terror
  8. Play a part to keep home and community safe
  9. Travel safely on business or holiday