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Effective Modern Security Management and Operations

Overview:

Introduction:

This training program encompasses comprehensive understanding and application of cutting-edge security protocols, technologies, and methodologies. Through real-world simulations, and up-to-date case studies, the program cultivates a proactive mindset and fosters continuous improvement in security operations.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Apply the basic concept of management to security and explain the specialist role of the security manager.

  • Plan, develop and organize the human and material resources necessary for the effective operation of a security unit.

  • Advice on the development of security programs and Standard Operating Procedures.

  • Monitor and enforce the implementation of security programs and SOPs.

  • Verify that security personnel are able to implement security preventive measures.

  • Advice on the development of emergency plans and manage the security response action necessary in security emergencies involving facilities, terminal buildings and public access facilities.

Targeted Audience:

  • Experienced / Non Experienced Security Managers.

  • Civilian Representatives.

  • Managers.

  • Supervisors.

  • Risk Management Staff.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Security Risk Management Framework – Introductions and Sign In:

  • Security Risk Management.

  • Loss prevention techniques.

  • Security Surveillance.

  • Security Management framework – Working the system.

  • Key Concepts in Physical Security Resource Management.

  • Building and Perimeter Security.

Unit 2:

 Addressing Issues Faced by Security:

  • Determining job requirements and recruitment criteria – Who makes a Good Security Officer.

  • Motivating staff and providing feedback.

  • Deploying, briefing, and supervising staff.

  • Assessing staff performance.

  • Understanding primary threats to physical security.

  • Conducting Risk (RA) and Vulnerability (SVA) Assessments.

Unit 3:

Access Control and Physical Monitoring:

  • Electronic Intruder Detection.

  • Security Contingency Planning.

  • Physical Security Asset Acquisition.

  • CCTV Operations.

  • Operation and Maintenance of Physical Security Resources.

  • Situational Awareness.

Unit 4:

Overview of Security Planning and Investigations

  • Security and Emergency Planning documentation.

  • Responding to major security emergencies.

  • Security Policies and Procedures.

  • Defining Proposed Resource Outcomes and Cost-Effectiveness.

  • Considering Life-Cycle, Warranty, and Preventive Maintenance.

  • Industry Investigation Techniques.

Unit 5:

 Information Security:

  • Finding the balance between public facilitation and security measures.

  • Security Management Systems (SeMS).

  • Close Protection Basics.

  • Determining Resource Support.

  • Physical Security/Information Technology Integration.

  • Audit and Review.

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