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13 - SRM - Safety and Occupational Health


SRM 109B - Safety and Protection of Corporate Facilities (10 days)

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
SRM 109B 08 September 2019 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 06 October 2019 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 03 November 2019 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 01 December 2019 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 19 January 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 16 February 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 15 March 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 12 April 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 10 May 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 07 June 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 05 July 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 30 August 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 27 September 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 25 October 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 22 November 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
SRM 109B 20 December 2020 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

The security of governmental buildings and facilities affects not only the daily operations of the government 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 need 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.
This detailed and interactive course is designed to give a thorough understanding of how to manage security within an organisation. It is designed for both experienced and non-experienced security managers. The course focuses on developments in security management and addresses some of the more complex issues of corporate security management.

Course Objectives

  • Describing the requirements of security needs of building and facilities
  • Getting familiar and evaluate security standards
  • Understanding policies for security and protection
  • Implementing appropriate security measures
  • Taking necessary actions to enhance quality and effectiveness of security systems
  • Being able to develop a world class corporate security strategy
  • Being Familiar with the latest security systems
  • Facilitating security’s key role in governance
  • Improving utilization of resources to find better security systems
  • Learning how to detect, deter, observe and report
     

 

Who Should Attend?

  • Building and facility security guard officer candidates
  • Security officers
  • Supervisers
  • Physical security managers
  • Managers
  • Executives

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Manpower Management & Managing Guarding Operations
  • Manpower Selection
  • Training Officer Responsibilities
  • Training Officer Requirements
  • Protection of At-Risk Personnel
  • Emergency Situations
  • Introduction to Security Guard (Official) Profession
  • Theories of Criminal Motivation
  • Demonstrations & Protests

Day 2

  • Terrorism and Militancy
  • Explosive Devices
  • Kidnapping
  • Economic Crime
  • Illicit Trading
  • Counterfeiting
  • Strategies reduce crimes in commercial organizations
  • Buildings Security Design Principles
  • Site Selection

Day 3

  • Physical Boundaries
  • Security Alarms
  • Security Lighting
  • Monitoring Systems
  • Vehicle Parking
  • Access Management
  • Employee Identification
  • Intruder Detection Systems

Day 4

  • Emergency types
  • Bomb (package, car, suicide) threat identification and response
  • Incident scene protection
  • Crowd management
  • Workplace Violence
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Natural Disasters
  • Basic components of physical security
  • Threats and assessment
  • Barriers, fencing, gates, locks, lighting, and alarms

Day 5

  • Explosives and Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)
  • X-ray Screening Skills
  • X-ray screening equipment and methods
  • Identifying weapons and IEDs in an x-ray
  • Screening packed luggage and cargo packages
  • Integrating & Specifying Security Technology
  • Protection of Sensitive Information
  • Creating Effective Physical Security
  • Convergence of Physical & IT Security
  • Security Standards

Day 6

  • Security level determinations for facilities
  • Physical security performance measures
  • Security design criteria for buildings and facilities
  • Best practices for safety and security
  • Purpose of a Security Survey
  • Sequencing a Survey and Survey Methodology
  • Determining Survey Scope
  • Surveying Field Work Practical
  • Investigation Methodology

Day 7

  • Investigation Team Selection & Allocation of Roles
  • Prioritizing the Investigative Process
  • Evidence Gathering and Recording
  • Investigative Interview Techniques
  • Analysis of Investigation Information
  • Jurisdiction & Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Recording & Storage of Evidence
  • Understanding Risk and Risk assessment
  • Developing Security Risk Management
  • Fraud Risk Management

Day 8

  • Global Risks & Corporate Continuity
  • Determining Strategic Business Continuity Management
  • Business Continuity Management Systems
  • Business Continuity Plans Exercises
  • Minimizing the Impact of Incidents
  • Running During Times of Crises
  • Improving Recovery Time
  • Auditing a Business Continuity Program

Day 9

  • Auditing principles
  • Security policy
  • IT Systems Security Audit programs
  • Auditing Physical Security
  • Auditing security segments
  • Process of communication
  • Communication and courtesy
  • Overcoming the barriers to effective communication

Day 10

  • Emergency communication
  • Communications tools/equipment (use & maintenance)
  • Subjective experience and communication
  • Advanced language patterns to influence
  • Questioning and listening efficiently and skillfully
  • Motivation and behavioural drivers
  • Awarenesss of the emotional loop