Circles of Significance
Take a focused look at the unique challenges of commercial real estate security management and use case studies on the formation of coalitions between the private and public sector. To be effective and successful, commercial real estate security professionals must fulfill a special role in forming proactive relationships with tenants, facility managers, and the public sector. Whether it is a shopping mall, a sports arena, or an office property, successful security professionals are part of a healthy network and form extremely powerful “circles of significance.”
High Rise Building Evacuations
When not performed correctly, high rise evacuations can be a very dangerous process. Many variables—building design, use, density, type of emergency, location of emergency—should be considered. Evacuations need to be planned, controlled, and practiced prior to an actual event. Learn how evacuations from high rises differ from other types of buildings, fire life safety code compliance, procedure development, personnel requirements, considerations unique to high rises, and training.
High Rise and Multi-Tenant Security Awareness and Communications
Multi-tenant building security requires the engagement of occupants. Security professionals must develop integrated communications that increase awareness, educate, and motivate occupants. Properly planned and consistently implemented communications programs mitigate risk, reduce crime, and increase overall safety and security of the building and its occupants. Learn how to develop a security awareness and communications plan that integrates print, online, and social media to increase awareness, communicate with and train tenants, and provide access to security and safety resources.
High Rise and Multi-Tenant Building Emergency Announcements
Communicating emergencies to your building’s occupants is a complicated and difficult task. Building officials responsible for the announcements must have quick access to the script. Internal public address systems must be functional and audible to all building occupants. Tenants must understand the importance of listening for and responding to the directions given. Delays in making an emergency announcement or the simple absence of any announcement in a critical incident will most likely be critiqued, challenged, and even litigated for years to come. This session addresses the components of an effective emergency communication protocol in ensuring the security and safety of a high rise and multi-tenant building.
Introduction to Threat Indicators and Early Identifications Strategies
What are the common threat indicators facing us today? What are some early identifications strategies that can be used by those working in high rises—everyone from the cleaners to building engineers to property managers?
Office and Personal Safety in High Rise Buildings
Train tenants and employees how to protect their companies against office creepers. Hear how to avoid becoming a victim of crime or identity theft. Learn what thieves look for in parking lots and things you can do to protect against vehicle brake-ins. This train-the-trainer session teaches how to deliver a safety message to high rise building occupants before something goes terribly wrong. This fast paced, informative session gives useful training materials that participants can customize to fit their specific workplace.
Workplace Violence and Active Shooter in a High Rise Environment
When violence strikes in the high rise workplace, how the building staff, tenants, visitors, and YOU react and respond can be a life or death decision. Look at how high rise workplace violence and active shooter incidents are unique. What are the options? What is the correct thing to do? What can you do to prevent, prepare, educate, and respond? The session focuses on how high rises are different, the characteristics of actual events, and best practices in preventing and preparing the staff and occupants.
Using Technology Properly and Proactively to Enhance Your Security Operations
Take a look at how to use the latest innovations and technologies available to design a comprehensive security solution that centralizes information, creates a dashboard view, and helps predict spikes in incidents in behaviors based on past trends. From smart cameras to biometrics to smart phone applications to smart tour systems, review how to create a multi-phased plan to move from forensic security to proactive security and how to ultimately reduce the number of staff required.
High Rise Development and Use
A history of high-rise buildings and how their design and the systems within them have impacted security and safety.
Other exciting activities include:
Panel discussion and evaluations
Table top exercises