What are CPE credits?
Your boss asks for a copy of your active shooter policy. A regulator wants to see your emergency procedures manual. Presenting well-crafted documents is not always easy. Policies and procedures that are not properly written are difficult to use for training, impossible to enforce, and embarrassing if subpoenaed in a court case. Explore a system that not only makes this process easier, but also encourages buy-in and a wider acceptance of your work. Learn how to prepare policies and procedures that are more viable for employee education, useful for operational consistency, and strong enough to protect a business caught in litigation.
This fast-paced presentation will teach security professionals to create, format, outline and write effective policies and procedures. Attendees will walk away with proven tools to collaborate and write better documents.
- Learn how to form a team that will collaborate to write policies and procedures.
- Explore ways to format and outline documents so they are easy to read and consistent.
Identify ways to write policies and procedures that support the operation and protect it from litigation.
- Understand and explain the differences in policies, procedures, and training documents.
Note: This webinar part of a series of webinars focusing in on the Business of Security. The webinars in this series include: HR for Security Professionals, Finance for Security Professionals, and ADA Compliance for Security Organizations. Registration for each webinar must be completed individually.