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Security Solutions International SSI tm announces new program for 2012 – Building Safety

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New Course stresses an all-hazards approach to building safety, which will be attended by thousands from coast to coast.

 

 

Press Release

Miami, Florida

“We are extremely proud of our new course offerings but especially Building Safety. We’ve gone way beyond CPTED and other principles of safety to create the first full course dedicated to all threats to a building,” states Henry Morgenstern, President of SSI.

 

 

 

This course provides a detailed review of typical threats to buildings, compounds, and other facilities and how they affect your assessment and operational methods. It will provide tools and methodologies for understanding threats and risks, identifying vulnerabilities, and taking a holistic approach to security by building an integrated view of its physical, technological, and human aspects.

 

 

 

The course is delivered with the usual SSI tm philosophy that presenters must be subject matter experts who have taken part in the area in which they are training, whether that be terrorism or crime fighting. All SSI trainers are hands-on experts; there are no academic trainers. The presenters in this case, who have worked on securing international building projects, were sent to the scene of the Nairobi Embassy bombing to learn what they could from that incident and carry it forward into better security practices for the industry.

 

 

 

The first sessions of this course will take place in Ohio and on the West Coast. Please call us for further information about the programs at (866) 573-3999, visit www.homelandsecurityssi.com, or email us at info@homelandsecurityssi.com.

 

 

 

Day 1

 

  • A review of typical threats to buildings/compounds
  • Anatomy of an explosion
  • Case studies of different natures
  • Suicide bombers
  • Fire arms attacks

 

 

 

Day 2

 

  • Holistic approach to physical security
  • Threat and risk analysis
  • Rings of security and their common application
  • The building domain – physical security products
  • The technology domain
  • The human domain ‒ procedures and techniques for balancing the need for security guards
  • Prioritization security works
  • Physical protection projects

 

MORE ABOUT SECURITY SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL (SSI)

 

Security Solutions International (SSI) has helped more than 1,000 federal, state, and local agencies by training to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the asymmetrical threat of organized crime, gangs, drug cartels, terrorist organizations, disease, and natural disasters since 2004. Please visit our client list and testimonial section, and let your colleagues tell you that we deliver only hands-on, real-time experts and carefully selected products to support First Responders in their difficult homeland security mission.

 

 

 

Security Solutions International also provides the professional First Responder community with the leading media in the field as the publishers of The Counter Terrorist Magazine, The Counter Terrorist Newsletter, webinars, and interactive learning, as well as the Annual Homeland Security Professionals Conference – the central event on the First Responder calendar.

 

 

 

The company has been contracted to provide content for the newly established, first in the nation, Homeland Security Network, which launched in 2010. The completely secure network is totally sponsor-driven and will provide First Responders with what they need most a centralized, free source of real-time actionable intelligence, training, networking, and learning experience.

 

 

 

 

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