Two levels of training covering the
security concerns of Executives at home and abroad.
3-Hour Seminar - Safety and Security for Senior Executives
A brief but comprehensive seminar that takes into account the time
constraints of senior executives. The seminar will cover the basics of executive
safety and security. This course can be given as a general course for senior
executives or tailored to the specific needs and potential threats of an individual
A PowerPoint presentation will provide talking points to cover some
of the most important safety concerns and outline the critical protocols that are
a 'must' for all senior executives.
The presentation will cover a variety of issues including:
- personal security
- operational recommendations
- family safety
- emergency protocols in unusual situations
- maintaining operational continuity through executive safety
- executive protection - is it necessary?
- critical skills for every day
- foreign and domestic travel (including commuting and public transportation)
- current threats to executives of high profile companies
The seminar will be formatted to include time for interaction, Q & A, and a discussion of
issues of specific concern to senior management.
Ensuring Corporate Continuity through Executive Safety
A Practical Guide for Management in an Uncertain World
This 2-day program will cover a broad range of topics, all of which are closely aligned to the basic
concerns facing us in a volatile and increasingly dangerous world. The program is flexible and can be changed to
incorporate any particular issues that are especially relevant to the participants. The seminar will incorporate
videos, PowerPoint presentations, scenario building and role playing, and a great deal of interactive discussion.
- Introduction After mutual introductions, the presenters will give a brief
overview of the seminar, which will be combined with an interactive discussion of expectations. Brief discussion
about the concept of enabling knowledge that will keep you safer.
- Awareness Some of the most common daily safety concerns that are often
overlooked but could present serious personal danger if overlooked. The 'safety envelope' and the empowerment
of knowing what to do.
- Domestic Issues Crime vs. Terrorism in the country where you live and
work. What is the relationship between the two and how can you better understand your environment in order to stay
- Home and Family Keeping your family safe through good practices and
planning. Including home protection, awareness of your surroundings as a safety mechanism, defense against
kidnapping, and personal protection skills for your family.
- Office Protection and protocols that will keep your office, your critical
systems, and your personnel safer. Staff training. Simple infrastructure and process changes that could save lives,
protect corporate assets, and lower liability.
- Travel What you need to know about safe traveling including air travel, trains
and buses, and defensive driving. Safe and unsafe behavior in public places like terminals, theaters, stadiums,
public lavatories, during arrival and departure, and in transit.
- Motels and Hotels What you need to know about your hotel, your reservation,
your room location, your travel to and from the hotel, and much more.
- Bombs and Other Nasty Devices What to look for. Identifying suspicious
objects. What to do before, during, and after a bomb attack.
- Personal Safety Simple assault response techniques that could save your
- Threats Who are the groups you need to know about? Religious radicals,
nationalistic groups, and politically oriented terrorist organizations.
- Security Keeping your operations safe and secure, not only from external
terror threat but also from internal sabotage or violence by a disgruntled employee. Some practical ideas for
facility and process management that can make a world of difference.
- Wrap-Up Summarizing discussions and responding to final questions. Comments
from the participants about any changes in their level of comfort and empowerment.
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