Security and Management are two key elements for the successful development and progression of any leading business. Effective security management, personnel, and systems must integrate and support the business to secure key assets, rather than restrict its operation. As quickly as companies develop, so too do the risks and threats that they face. These risks and threats can primarily stem from internal sources such as Personnel and Information Technology/Systems or external sources such as environmental disasters or terrorism. Some of these threats, security management can directly control, others it cannot. Successful security management will ensure that the company assets have been identified, evaluated for risk, and appropriate safeguards implemented to address the identified threats, such as Crisis Management Planning and Business Continuity Plans.
Risk Analysis and Security Surveys are essential tools for security and management professionals. Objective ways of identifying and quantifying risk on a strategic, management, or operational level is a persuasive tool to gain senior executive support. This course will identify and provide the delegates with the leading practices for risk assessment and quantification, key asset identification, vulnerability assessment, and how to document appropriate safeguards in relevant plans, to mitigate risk and liability.
Leading companies can no longer view their security departments and employees as lower tier functions. To ensure departments function effectively within the realm of the larger corporate objectives, manage and lead their teams to achieve effective security plans and programs that can be implemented successfully. To achieve a consistent level of best practice the security professional needs to understand the needs of his industry, his team, and his security projects.
The course is structured to equip delegates with the specialist security knowledge to perform their management and supervisory duties to international standards in both security planning and asset protection
- Security Supervisors and Managers
- HSSE & Fire Personnel
- Facility or Building Managers
At the end of this course the participants will be able to:
- Learn the best management practice and how to apply these principles
- Plan security projects and implement them effectively
- Create a protection program to protect intellectual property in addition to physical assets
- Run a proactive professional security team
- Management skills
- Management techniques and practices
- Specialist Security knowledge and awareness
- Preparation and planning skills
- Problem-solving and analytical thinking
Unit 1: Crucial Issues of Security & Asset Management:
- Introduction and review of international standards.
- Strategic and operational management, roles, and responsibilities.
- Managing guarding operations, manpower management & styles.
- The management of risk and risk analysis.
- Crime management and prevention.
- Manpower management - 12 key principles.
Unit 2: The Importance of Security Planning:
- Essential legislation, legal obligations, using minimum force.
- Creating an organizational culture of security.
- Customer relations - Reputation of the Security Function.
- Planning and managing security projects.
- Key principles of emergency response teams, the role of security.
- On-scene incident management.
Unit 3: Security Surveying - Threats to Assets::
- Understanding loss.
- Key point identification
- Security, risk, and vulnerability analysis.
- When and how to conduct an effective security survey.
- Intellectual property, data protection, and cyber security.
- Security survey report, making effective recommendations.
- Access control, integrated technologies, and CCTV.
- Intellectual and evacuation planning.
Unit 4: Principals of Asset Protection - Physical Security:
- Perimeter security design principles.
- Buildings security design principles and access control.
- Communication Strategies and Security Control Centers.
- Managing Investigations & Interviewing techniques.
- Special risks - Key issues of terrorism.
- Key elements of evacuation planning.
Unit 5: Security Operations Management:
- Managing guarding operations.
- Crisis management plans, procedures, and implementation.
- Managing disaster recovery and business continuity plans.
- Mutual Aid - who else can or should be involved?
- Security with social media.
- Personnel security and protection of "at risk" individuals.