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Physical Security Risk Management

Learn security and safety measures for managing incidents that may adversely impact on your colleagues and business.

Physical Security Risk Management

Learn security and safety measures for managing incidents that may adversely impact on your colleagues and business.
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A very brief introduction into what we will be discussing over the next few lessons.
A brief introduction to the course
For each lesson I will provide you a handout, which is actually a chapter in teh manual. By the end of section 7 you should have the whole manual as well as my verbal additions from each video.
Starting at the start, this lesson give you a sound base upon which we will be building the more technical components in later lessons.
This is the PowerPoint lesson with me chatting over the top, trying to impart some of my experience and knowledge onto the solid bullet points
This is quite a hard section - not because it is technical but because critical thinking is a very particular mind set and to be a good security manager, you will have to analyse threat data quite clinically.
Now this is where we start to get a little technical. We need to dom some critical thinking and analysis of what could impact us on a daily basis. This is in two parts as it is quite lengthy but make sure you review the handouts so that you fully appreciate what is being taught.
Following on from section 4, this is where we look at almost anything that could adversely impact on operations or business. No matter where you are in the world, you should be able to think of quite a list of incidents/events that could cause you problems. This is the start point. Think critically! this is also in two parts.
All this stuff is important but being able to prioritise the threats is extremely important. You dont want to be focussing on terrorism if all your security troubles are related to theft - prioritise your attention and funds on where the most important threats actually are.
Routine is what will help you carry out your safety and security duties. If you get the routine sorted then the process of looking after your staff and assets will become much more efficient and effective.

This course is designed for people who have either been volunteered to be the Safety and Security Focal Point (SSFP) for their organization or who may be responsible for safety and security but have little or no training and experience. It is designed to be an excellent baseline course to help you become serious about the safety and security of staff, assets, your organization or company reputation, and business continuity.

Course subjects include:

  1. Introduction
  2. The foundations - core reading 1 
  3. Critical thinking - core reading  2 
  4. The threat assessment - core reading 3 
  5. The threat list - more thoughts about assessing the threat
  6. Measuring and prioritizing the threats   
  7. Day to day activities - core reading 4

Who should take this course?

Safety and security managers or those that are responsible for managing incidents that may adversely impact on your colleagues and business. This course is designed to be just as useful to those who want to improve the security and safety of their family or staff at work.

A very brief introduction into what we will be discussing over the next few lessons.
A brief introduction to the course
For each lesson I will provide you a handout, which is actually a chapter in teh manual. By the end of section 7 you should have the whole manual as well as my verbal additions from each video.
Starting at the start, this lesson give you a sound base upon which we will be building the more technical components in later lessons.
This is the PowerPoint lesson with me chatting over the top, trying to impart some of my experience and knowledge onto the solid bullet points
This is quite a hard section - not because it is technical but because critical thinking is a very particular mind set and to be a good security manager, you will have to analyse threat data quite clinically.
Now this is where we start to get a little technical. We need to dom some critical thinking and analysis of what could impact us on a daily basis. This is in two parts as it is quite lengthy but make sure you review the handouts so that you fully appreciate what is being taught.
Following on from section 4, this is where we look at almost anything that could adversely impact on operations or business. No matter where you are in the world, you should be able to think of quite a list of incidents/events that could cause you problems. This is the start point. Think critically! this is also in two parts.
All this stuff is important but being able to prioritise the threats is extremely important. You dont want to be focussing on terrorism if all your security troubles are related to theft - prioritise your attention and funds on where the most important threats actually are.
Routine is what will help you carry out your safety and security duties. If you get the routine sorted then the process of looking after your staff and assets will become much more efficient and effective.

About the instructors

Zane Grey

Intelligence & Security Specialist
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I started my working life in the UK intelligence community specialising in intelligence and security (we train in both specialities).  I worked around the world and I taught many government entities, national and international.  My specialities were HUMINT and Counter-Terrorism.  More recently I have been working in the commercial and development areas, still around the world but based in the US.  My specialities now include safety, security, intelligence, analysis, crisis manaagement and business continuity and I have taught many lessons on most related subjects ranging from: Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment (IPOE), Behaviour Systems Analysis, Security Management, HUMINT (many related subjects) etc...  

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