Tuesday, April 11, 2017

 

10:15 am

Active Shooter Survival:  Preparation, Response and Recovery(Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD.

This session will review active shooter incidents as they have occurred in office, plant, mall, retail, healthcare and public settings.  Profiles of the "active shooter", benchmarking best practices and Department of Homeland Security/FBI/OSHA guidelines and "employee survival choices" will be discussed.  Strategies for employee training, company preparation, response and recovery will be detailed.

 

11:30 am

Victim Avoidance and "Street Survival Skills" for the "Lone Worker"(Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD.

Field personnel from occupations as healthcare, sales, utilities, drivers, inspectors, "home visit" workers, real estate and travelling personnel are subject to threats, robbery and/or assaults while performing their jobs in community, home and street settings.  This program will emphasize Situational Awareness in community settings, assessing risks, potential perpetrators, pre-assault indicators, and self-protective actions.

 

1:45 pm

Orchestrating and Reducing Potential Violence During High Risk(Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD.

High risk terminations are those in which the terminated individual may possibly act with physical violence to its employees or assets.  Discussion will include the nature of High Risk Terminations; goals of the High Risk Termination process; assessing the employee for possible aggression; the High Risk Termination process; orchestrating the termination interview; security coordination before, during and after the termination interview.

 

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

 

10:15 am

Active Shooter Survival:  Preparation, Response and Recovery (Intermediate)  Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD.

This session will review active shooter incidents as they have occurred in office, plant, mall, retail, healthcare and public settings.  Profiles of the "active shooter", benchmarking best practices and Department of Homeland Security/FBI/OSHA guidelines and "employee survival choices" will be discussed.  Strategies for employee training, company preparation, response and recovery will be detailed.

 

11:30 am

Victim Avoidance and "Street Survival Skills" for the "Lone Worker" (Intermediate)  Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD.

Field personnel from occupations as healthcare, sales, utilities, drivers, inspectors, "home visit" workers, real estate and travelling personnel are subject to threats, robbery and/or assaults while performing their jobs in community, home and street settings.  This program will emphasize Situational Awareness in community settings, assessing risks, potential perpetrators, pre-assault indicators, and self-protective actions.

 

1:45 pm

Orchestrating and Reducing Potential Violence During High Risk (Intermediate) Marilyn Knight, MSW, and Kenneth Wolf, PhD.

High risk terminations are those in which the terminated individual may possibly act with physical violence to its employees or assets.  Discussion will include the nature of High Risk Terminations; goals of the High Risk Termination process; assessing the employee for possible aggression; the High Risk Termination process; orchestrating the termination interview; security coordination before, during and after the termination interview.

Security Division Roster

Chair:  Daniel Torres, DTE Energy

Vice-Chair:  Todd Dusky, DTE Energy

Committee: 

Paul Beasinger, Keene Training and Consulting LLC

Steven Ferrell, New Horizons Rehabilitation Services

Timothy P. Fortin, FCA Group

John Montville, CPP, Security Consultant, SEARCHER Corp.

Future Conference Dates

April 11-12, 2017, Novi, MI

April 17-18, 2018, Lansing, MI

April 16-17, 2019, Grand Rapids, MI

April 7-8, 2020, Grand Rapids, MI

April 13-14, 2021, Lansing, MI 

April 12-13, 2022, Lansing, MI

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