Middle River, Maryland, July 7, 2024 – FreeState Safety Training, a company founded by local businessmen Andrew and Bryan, is launching new programs and opening a new facility to help businesses and individuals protect themselves and their assets. FreeState Safety Training offers both on-site and off-site training options.

In response to the recent increase in random and violent crimes, FreeState Safety Training has expanded its training offerings. They have opened a redesigned facility that provides training on best practices for protecting oneself and one’s property.

About the Facility

The 4,000+ square foot facility is conveniently located on White Marsh Blvd between I-95 and Eastern Blvd. It offers training rooms suitable for groups of 5 to 100+ people. The facility is also available for special events such as networking and team-building, with or without catering and safety training presentations tailored to the group.

The facility was designed to meet the needs of individuals, families, corporate clients, and law enforcement. FreeState Safety Training offers a range of programs on crucial topics that are relevant to all individuals and organizations.

FreeState Safety Training’s convenient 2-3 hour courses include:

  • Situational Awareness – the cornerstone of all personal, group, and business safety.
  • Workplace Violence Prevention
  • Carjacking Survival
  • Intruder Response
  • Active Shooter Response
  • Crowd Management
  • Safety Response Team Building
  • Site Assessment
  • Having and Using a Trauma Kit

In addition to its comprehensive on-site training, FreeState Safety Training also provides off-site training. They bring expert instruction directly to schools, businesses, churches, synagogues, and community organizations.

“We are thrilled to expand our services and offer a dedicated space for safety education,” said Drew, CEO of FreeState Safety Training. “Our mission is to provide the highest quality training to Help You Protect What You Value Most.

“Our programs are designed to give you the skills and confidence to handle any situation safely and effectively,” said Susan Gray, head of business development for FreeState Safety Training.

The experienced professionals at FSST can provide interviews and best practice content on safety topics for any personal, business, news, or community organization that would like to offer safety information to their audience or team.

For more information, please contact:


FreeState Safety Training  

Phone: 443-231-6697

Email: Bryan@FreeStatesafetyTraining.com


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