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Integrated Security Management



The training program offers comprehensive instruction on developing and implementing effective security strategies. By integrating various security solutions, the program equips individuals to proactively manage security challenges and safeguard both physical and intellectual property.

Program Objectives:

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

  • Define the significance and elements of a comprehensive security system.

  • Locate and efficiently use access control systems.

  • Implement and plan CCTV systems effectively.

  • Utilize perimeter protection systems correctly.

  • Organize and successfully carry out security initiatives.

  • Establish methods to safeguard both physical and intellectual property.

  • Take charge of a proactive, competent, and dynamic security team.

Targeted Audience:

  • Security Officers, Supervisors and Managers.

  • HR and Administrative Supervisors responsible for security.

  • HSSE Professionals.

  • Fire Personnel.

  • Facility Supervisors.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

Implementing Your Security Protection Program:

  • Security Crisis Management Plans.

  • Managing Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans (ISO 22301).

  • Security Mutual Aid.

  • Security Communication Strategies.

  • Dealing with Social Media.

Unit 2:

Crucial Issues of Security & Asset Management:

  • Introduction and a Review of International Standards (Inc: ISO 55002:2018).

  • Strategic and Operational Management, Roles & Responsibilities.

  • Managing Guarding Operations, Manpower Management & Styles.

  • The Management of Risk and Risk Analysis (ISO 31000).

  • Crime Management and Prevention.

Unit 3:

Threats to Assets:

  • Understanding Loss.

  • Key Point Identification.

  • Access Control, Integrated Technologies and CCTV.

  • Conducting Effective Security Surveys.

  • Intellectual Property, Data Protection & Cyber Security (ISO 27001).

  • Security and Evacuation Planning.

Unit 4:

Principals of Physical Asset Protection:

  • Physical and Perimeter Security.

  • Building Security Design Principles.

  • Communication and Security Control Centres.

  • Successful Investigations and Interview Techniques.

  • Terrorism Risks.

Unit 5:

Creating a Culture of Security:

  • Legal Obligations - using minimum force.

  • Creating an Organisational Culture of Security.

  • Customer Relations and the Reputation of the Security Function.

  • Planning and Directing Security Projects.

  • Principles of Emergency Response.

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