Workplace Violence, Active Shooter Preparedness for Managers
This is a comprehensive presentation which focuses on management, both with respect to facilitating workplace violence prevention and managing the aftermath of an incident. During this presentation topics to be discussed include: basic statistics, business impact, legal exposure, security guard responsibilities, organizational responsibilities, workplace violence program development processes, and training considerations.This presentation is focused on providing insight on the topic of workplace violence and active shooter preparedness. After this presentation is concluded they will have tough questions on preparedness which they will be able to take back to their respective organizations to answer.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Understand their legal exposure vulnerabilities
- Correctly audit current security posture and training at their organization
- Begin to create a workplace violence, active shooter program within their organization
James Cameron, CPP
CEO and Founder
Security Concepts Group LLC
15 years' international experience in both the security industry and the corporate sector as well. He currently is a member of the ASIS Executive Protection Council and has operated Security Concepts Group since 2009. Mr. Cameron is a combat veteran, having served as an Army Ranger under the Special Operations Command during his enlistment. Mr. Cameron also has earned his Bachelors' Degree in Business Information Systems. Mr. Cameron's experience includes providing protection under hostile fire in non-permissive, high threat environments to providing first responder medical care during multiple mass casualty situations in Iraq, Afghanistan and Chad. Additionally, Mr. Cameron has travelled around the world teaching Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's) techniques on the avoidance of harm to personnel assigned to permissive, semi-permissive, and non-permissive environments.