Safety is often a matter of seconds.
Every person who has ever been attacked had a period of 60 seconds prior to that attack. We have developed specific safety measures everyone can take that will increase the potential of avoiding an attack.
The first five seconds of an attack are the most important. If you can escape within that timeframe, the chances of your being injured (or worse) are lower than attacks that continue longer than 5 seconds. We have developed specific safety measures everyone can take that will increase the potential of escaping from an attack within the first 5 seconds.
The specific safety measures we have developed are based on responding effectively and efficiently within the first 2 seconds of an attack. A self-defense response that takes no more than 2 seconds raises the probability of escaping within the 5-second timeframe (see above).