Security & Safety

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security assessment

Securing private buildings and their surroundings builds resilience.

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To solve a problem, you have to look at it and understand all the moving part. Security protocols have a tendency to “get done” after a scare, then get set aside as .  If security isn’t a constant – the safety of the workplace, it’s people and property is at risk,

A security assessment is a gap analysis. We review practices and protocols that drive a client’s approach to security. Preventation is the goal, but the response must be the priority. It is in the response that damages are either mitigated or increased.

A gap analysis will clearly demonstrate the difference between what you think will happen and what could happen.  That is where the loss of life, liability, and lawsuits are most likely to happen.

Pricing

Security Assessment:  Based on size of the property, number of locations and buildings.

Simulations: Starting at $4000.

FORMAT: A series of stakeholder interviews – decision-makers and staff -a review of security documentation, training curriculum, and physical access to the workspace.

GOAL: Help clients identify security vulnerabilities in their existing approach.

The assessment begins with a walk-through of the building, parking lots, and outbuildings. The client identifies a broad group of employees for interviews from across the organization.

Interviews are ongoing while a review of documentation begins. The training curriculum and schedule are examined. Outreach to community partners – law enforcement, firefighters, EMTs, and hospital staff – is done to validate the relationships.

The final deliverable is data-driven report with actionable insights.

FORMAT: Live role-play exercise in response to a pre-determined scenario – active shooter, bomb threat, chemical spill. etc.

Dependent on the response scenario, we utilize community partners, staff, and guests. If first responders are unavailable to participate, we use actors to follow written protocols. The simulations are recorded so they can be reviewed.

The environment replicates the sight and sounds typical for the scenario, including the evacuation. A report card is created and a meeting to review the video for recommendations.

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Complacency can lead to the unthinkable

Security breaches in public spaces typically involve some type of violence.  An active shooter, crowd , or a weather emergency requiring evacuation – the unexpected can contribute to panic.

Panic is the enemy of preparedness.

Mass shootings have become far too familiar to ignore. Schools, universities, parks, and outdoor concert venues are particularly vulnerable. Planning must be founded on prevention but predicated on response.

Proactive security assessments identify vulnerabilities and gaps in the current protocols. Response simulations model unforeseen dangers and identify flash points where improvement is required.

Large gatherings in public spaces have unique security variables.

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FORMAT: A series of stakeholder interviews – decision-makers and staff – a review of security documentation, training curriculum, and physical access to the workspace.

GOAL: Bridge the gap between the current or ideal state to build a holistically sound system.

We start with a macro view at the County or District level for public schools. The district is where policy and procedures are developed. A gap analysis is done. We meet with district staff, do a documentation review and look at the training curriculum.

The next phase is an evaluation of each school. A walk thru of the property and interviews with a cross-section of staff. We look at all entry and exit points including pickup and dropoff,  and compare the school to the district plan. We identify any lack of alignment between expectations and actual practice.

FORMAT: Live role-play exercise in response to a pre-determined scenario – active shooter, bomb threat, chemical spill. etc.

Dependent on the response scenario, we utilize community partners, staff, and guests. If first responders are unavailable to participate, we use actors to follow written protocols. The simulations are recorded so they can be reviewed.

The environment replicates the sight and sounds typical for the scenario, including the evacuation. A report card is created and a meeting to review the video for recommendations.

Pricing

Public Safety:  Dependent on the number of schools, locations and stakeholders.

Simulations: Starting at $5000.

 

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