Training Force USA now offers the following programs in partnership with PSU Crisis Management and Training Group, Inc.
In a day when workplace violence, shootings, and terrorist attacks seem to make news headlines every week, you’ve probably wondered if there are steps you need to take in order to improve the safety and security of your staff and premises. In July of 2015, a month after the Mother Emanuel Church shooting, the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office contracted with Training Force USA to provide Safety and Security for Places of Worship Training Classes for Members of Faith-based Communities and Law Enforcement Personnel. The Training Classes recommend a Safety and Security Risk Assessment and the development of a written Risk Management and Safety and Security Plan. Plans should include written policies and procedures addressing a myriad of incidents and issues. Training Force USA has provided Safety and Security Risk Assessments for Library Systems, Places of Worship, Social Service Agencies and Safety and Security Staff Trainings across the country. The time is NOW to prepare for the unimaginable!
You may think that a Physical Safety and Security Risk Assessment isn’t necessary for your Place of Worship, Social Service Agency or Organization but the truth is quite the opposite. You never know when a threat might present itself, and by identifying crucial risk factors and taking steps to implement change before an incident occurs, you could avoid a major disaster! A Physical Safety and Security Risk Assessment can help you identify what needs to change and added to a plan. By implementing changes recommended by a Certified Safety and Security Consultant, you’ll gain much-needed peace of mind as you take appropriate mitigating actions. You will also be able to reduce insurance claims for theft, a violent act or abuse and reduce potential legal claims if an incident occurs but even more importantly, your diligence could protect your property and save the lives of employees, volunteers, clients, guests, and customers. A physical Safety and Security Risk Assessment can also improve employee behaviors to help them prevent dangerous incidents and react appropriately when a problem occurs. As your employees come to understand what suspicious behaviors they should watch out for, how to react during an active shooter situation, and how to respond to other physical threats, they will be more likely to act in appropriate ways should such incidents ever occur.