Ryan S. Knepshield, PSP, CHS-V, IAC, and Inge Sebyan Black, CPP, CFE, CPOI
Benefit from a comprehensive management perspective on researching, developing, and initiating a workplace violence / armed intruder preparedness program in major commercial facilities—particularly Class A office towers and mixed-use buildings.
The following topics will be discussed
- Expansion upon current ASIS International Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention American National Standard by providing examples and practical applications of the principles therein.
- General workplace violence principles, although armed intruders will be of primary importance.
- Suggestions for advanced planning and research.
- Planning / project team composition, including key stakeholders, tenant champions, facility ownership, and management advocates.
- Evaluating facility and operational risk: tenant risk vs. enterprise risk, vulnerability assessments, policy and procedure reviews.
- Coordination with external entities: consultants; police / fire / EMS; special considerations such as public transportation, federal agencies, etc.
- Training and exercise developmentAfter action reviews (PDCA model or equivalent).
- Security managers and property managers of facilities considered soft targets
- Security managers and property managers who are struggling or hesitant to implement a workplace violence / armed intruder response program due to lack of information, fear of the apparent enormity of the undertaking, or uncertainty in navigating the process
- Security managers and property managers of facilities with unarmed security
Recorded July 9, 2014.
CD box set; 90 minutes. This webinar may be eligible for up to two CPEs.