With the ongoing horrific incidents occurring around the world, it is crucial to limit organizational liability, reduce risk and enhance safety and organizational security posture.
Developing and maintaining a Security Program ensures organizational preparedness for emergency response, in addition to numerous global benefits.
These include essential industry standard conformance, risk reduction, potential insurance premium benefits and organizational awareness of risk profile addressed through safety and security infrastructure development.
Design and infrastructure specifications
Confirmation of documented practices through real-time observations
Totality of Plan developed in conformance with NIMS and ICS standards, best practice and industry standards and tailored to organizational needs and relevant threat profile
III: Specific Threats
Functions as Security Program operational framework
Framework for minimizing business interruption and optimizing business continuation under post emergency circumstances
Assurances regarding baseline level of necessary knowledge for emergency operations and safety and security program policies
Resource guide for Public Information Officer roles, responsibilities, coordination and chain of command infrastructure and considerations
Best Practice Model drives implementation mandates for institutional development of plans, policies and/or protocols through recommendations and standardized benchmarks
Designed to test the resilient nature of the organizational security programs
Entrenchment, maintenance and enhancement of security program infrastructure and organizational defined goals.
Receipt, review, organization and assimilation of annual SAFETY Act supporting documentation sample set
SAFETY Act protections