In this Security Snapshot, Nicole McDargh, CPP, Regional Director, Physical Security, Health, Safety, and Building & Offices Services, Richemont Europe, shares how existing emergency management plans stacked up against COVID-19 and how reopening plans require flexibility, agility, and quick innovation.
The newly revised The ASIS International Workplace Violence Standard delivers vetted best practices that organizations can use to help build workplace violence programs or to improve upon ones that are already in place. We sat down with Securisks’ Michael A. Crane, Esq., CPP, chair of the ASIS WVPI AA Technical Committee, to learn more.
Sonny Tai, CEO of Actuate, connected the dots to donate masks and hand sanitizer to school districts in need. Help ASIS collect other inspiring stories of those going above and beyond in the security profession by sharing your own shout outs on social media, using the hashtag #SecurityHeroes.
On 27 March, President Trump enacted H.R. 748, known as “Phase 3,” to provide economic relief to critical American industries and government operations impacted by COVID-19. This summary addresses key provisions that impact the work of SIA and ASIS members in the U.S.
Like all accredited professional certification programs, ASIS requires individuals to keep current—by earning 60 continuing professional education (CPE) credits every three years, or the certification will expire. There are several ways to earn CPEs, flexible to suit your own unique schedule and needs.
ASIS salutes these newly board-certified security practitioners