AT&T’s FirstNet is collaborating with O2X Human Performance in a program that brings health, wellness and resilience training to first responders through a series of workshops across 5 cities in Colorado, Michigan, Arizona, Ohio and Florida.
O2X, a Navy SEAL-founded training and education company, will lead three-day tactical athletic training-based performance workshops designed to optimize occupational physical performance and support mental health for first responders and public safety personnel, the company said Thursday.
The workshops will include specifically designed education across a range of topics such as injury prevention, stress management, nutrition and movement foundation from a team of professionals that include U.S. Special Operations veterans, sleep scientists, mental performance experts and strength and conditioning specialists.
“This program has proven successful and we’re hoping our collaboration will allow more first responders to feel equipped both mentally and physically to handle their jobs,” said Dr. Anna Courie, DPN, RN, PHNA-BC and director of responder wellness for AT&T’s FirstNet program.
The collaboration aligns with FirstNet Health and Wellness Coalition’s strategic priorities to integrate community, industry and academic capabilities in support of first responders’ health, wellness, resilience and readiness.
AT&T’s FirstNet was recently selected to provide its first responder communications platform to 15 U.S. Air Force bases across the country.