Standards & Guidelines Under Development
Conformity Assessment and Auditing Management Systems for Quality of Private Security Company Operations (PSC.2):
This Standard provides requirements and guidance for conducting conformity assessment of the ANSI/ASIS PSC.1-2012 (R2017), Management System for Quality of Private Security Company Operations – Requirements with Guidance Standard. It provides requirements for bodies providing auditing and third party certification of Private Security Company Operations (PSCs) – private security providers working for any client in conditions where governance and the rule of law have been undermined by conflict or disaster. It provides requirements and guidance on the management of audit programs, conduct of internal or external audits of the management system and private security company operations, as well as on competence and evaluation of auditors.
The PSC.2 Standard is currently under public comment through 15 April 2019. If you wish to review the draft and potentially submit comments, please contact email@example.com to obtain documents. Public review draft is $100.
Active Assailant: Prevention, Intervention, and Response - Supplement to ANSI/ASIS/SHRM Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention Standard
Of the many facets or elements of workplace violence, those involving an actively violent assailant are the actions proven to be the most concerning to individuals and organizations because they are the deadliest. This supplement standard is intended to provide practical methods that will enable an organization to develop an effective and informed approach to prevention, intervention and response to an active assailant/active shooter event.
Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM)
This guideline will describe the concept of ESRM, including its four principal elements or processes, as well as additional steps security professionals can take to strengthen an ESRM effort, bring it to maturity, and maintain it over time. ESRM can be applied in any type of organization.
Security Awareness (joint ASIS/(ISC)2/ISACA standard)
The Standard will focus on cross-disciplinary management measures, as well as awareness and training programs. The guidance standard will help organizations and their supply chains prepare for and minimize the likelihood of an undesirable event, as well as respond to and recover from a security incident.