HEADING TO ASIS INTERNATIONAL 2016 ANNUAL SEMINAR AND EXHIBITS
ASIS INTERNATIONAL 2016 ANNUAL SEMINAR AND EXHIBITS, September 11 – 15, 2016, in Orlando FLORIDA is the security event of the year. Every year ASIS International brings together the top security professionals in the world for a week-long security event.
ASIS is the place to be if you are looking to expand your knowledge base or just to reconnect with friends and colleagues. I have been an active member of ASIS for over 25 years and always look forward to the annual seminar and exhibits. Theirs always great educational sessions and you can find the latest security technologies on the exhibit floor.
When I am not in a session or on the exhibit floor, I will be networking and promoting the ASIS School Safety and Security Council. For those interested in School Safety and Security I took the time to review the program schedule and provide information on the councils sponsored sessions.
ASIS INTERNATIONAL 2016 ANNUAL SEMINAR AND EXHIBITS will also introduce its inaugural Security Week. Security Week is designed to help educate small business owners and leaders of community organizations on the fundamentals of preparedness and protecting soft targets.
So if you haven’t registered it’s not too late, the below link will take you directly to the registration page.
Looking for the latest security trends and security related news then be sure to follow the School Safety and Security Council @ASISSchoolSec, Bernard Gollotti, CPP @gollotti, and Your Security Adviser @YourSecAdviser
ASIS INTERNATIONAL 2016 ANNUAL SEMINAR PRE-SEMINAR PROGRAMS
Soft Targets, Active Shooters, Workplace Violence: CPTED Solutions
Sunday, September 11
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
$250 member, $350 nonmember
News stories report almost daily on incidents that have happened in a school, a shipyard, a workplace, or a sports event. Sources also say that what we are seeing is barely the tip of the problem. Incidents may range from suicides to domestic shootings, to the targeting of managers in an office setting. This program offers solutions to these often confounding and confusing issues. Hear speakers address best practices for every discipline and give guidance on how to design an integrated master response plan.
Participate in discussions on risk and threat assessments, violence and aggressive behavior, and emergency planning and preparedness.
Learn how to use CPTED principles and technology to create a safe workplace environment through target hardening, partnerships, and stakeholder involvement. Explore how these steps can lead to developing an active shooter program based on access control solutions.
ASIS INTERNATIONAL 2016 ANNUAL SEMINAR INAUGURAL SECURITY WEEK
ASIS is proud to present its inaugural Security Week, held in conjunction with the ASIS International 62nd Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2016), Sept. 12–15 in Orlando, Florida.
Preparedness and Prevention Community Seminar
Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, at 2 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Orlando
Security Week, supported by the Department of Homeland Security Office of Infrastructure Protection, was developed in response to the violent attacks being carried out where citizens work, live, and play around the world. It’s designed to help educate small business owners and leaders of community organizations on the fundamentals of preparedness and protecting soft targets.
Security Week will kick-off with a free Preparedness and Prevention Community Seminar on Sept. 11 at 2:00 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency. Local businesses, community organizations including houses of worship, schools, hospitals, restaurants and clubs and others with limited resources for a security program are invited to attend to learn more about today’s threat landscape, the fundamentals of prevention and preparedness planning, and how to work with law enforcement agencies.
ASIS INTERNATIONAL 2016 ANNUAL SEMINAR EDUCATION SESSIONS Sponsored by the ASIS School Safety and Security Council
Managing Facility Expectations During a Crisis or Emergency
Monday, September 12, 2016
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Education Level: Intermediate
Gain valuable insight into a public safety protocol from agencies that will be tasked with responding when a facility faces a crisis. What happens during a major event that differs from a routine call? Managing expectations at the facility and responder level will go a long way to create a keen understanding of where the gaps may be during an event. With planning, education, and exercises, each component involved in the response and recovery can help lead the event to a successful conclusion.
Recognizing Indicators of the Terrorist Attack Cycle
Monday, September 12, 2016, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Education Level: Intermediate
Learn how to recognize the attack planning and execution phases that are generally a part of terrorist incidents. Review the methodologies found in case studies from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing to the latest attacks. The cases highlight the differences between domestic and foreign terrorist actors along with approaches used to choose targets of opportunity. Discuss surveillance methods as well as attack and exploitation phases to gain a greater understanding of what actually is involved in the targeting.
One School’s Journey to Target Hardening
Tuesday, September 13, 2016, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Education Level: Basic
In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, schools throughout the nation examined their own level of security and preparedness for the unthinkable. The example of one school that set off on this journey highlights the various steps that all schools can take to become a hardened target. Discuss the phases of the transformation, which included physical security surveys, target hardening efforts, communication, testing, and training. Gain an overview of the ever-changing and challenging environment of school safety and security.
Securing a School’s Extracurricular Activities
Wednesday, September 14, 2016, 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM
Education Level: Intermediate
What is the security plan when schools host night-time athletic events? Who has oversight before school when parents are dropping off students behind the building for music programs? Who will manage an emergency after dismissal?
School stakeholders are concerned with how wide open schools are before and after regular school hours and during extracurricular activities. Discuss ways to address those vulnerabilities with practical and cost-effective solutions and emergency preparedness tools. Learn collaborative planning strategies through best practices, illustrative photos, and online resources.
For more information and a complete schedule of events visit ASIS International Seminar 2016
Safe travels and hope to see you in Orlando.