The security of buildings and facilities affects not only the daily operations but also the health, well-being, and safety of employees and the public. This also applies to important facilities operated by private companies or non-profit organizations. There is a need for building protection by investigating, detecting, deterring and disrupting security threats. In order to protect and safeguard effectively and efficiently, personnel needs to be trained in communication skills, infrastructural know-how, and methodologies for the coordination of relevant parties. This course is designed to provide necessary skills and instill participants with examples of best practices and the familiarity to implement them individually.
Describe the requirements of security needs of building and facilities
Get familiar and evaluate security standards
Understand policies for security and protection
Implement appropriate security measures
Being Familiar with the latest security systems
Understand security’s key role in governance
Who Should Attend?
Process Safety Practitioners and Auditors
Building and Facility Security Guard Officer candidates
Those who are interested in the field
Day One: Physical Security and Crime Prevention
Basic components of physical security
Threats and assessment
Barriers, fencing, gates, locks, lighting, and alarms
Day Two: Fire Protection and Life Safety
Basic classifications of fire types
Fire prevention tools and strategies
Day Three: Emergency Situations
Bomb (package, car, suicide) threat identification and optimal handling
Incident scene protection
Day Four: Security Standards and Best Practices
Security level determinations for facilities
Physical security performance measures
Security design criteria for buildings and facilities
Best practices for maintaining safety and security
Day Five: Communications Skills for Security Guard Officials
Process of communication
Communication and courtesy
Overcoming the barriers to effective communication
Use & maintenance of communication tools/equipment
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