sec420 | undergraduate
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Employee, Customer, and General Public Protection
- List the capabilities and functions of different alarm systems.
- Explore current technologies for biohazard and chemical detection.
- List the functions and limitations of fire detection, notification, and suppression systems.
- Identify technologies for communication, tracking, surveillance, and audio and video monitoring.
- Evaluate policies and programs within the organization that protect against harassment and workplace violence.
- Identify OSHA and fire safety regulations necessary to promote compliance.
- Identify organizational emergency response and evacuation plans to facilitate orderly evacuations.
- Describe the nature of potential emergencies associated with large gatherings of people.
- Identify access control processes for events.
- Determine the importance of event planning and strategies for the orderly movement, management, and emergency evacuation of large gatherings of people.
- Develop strategies for the prevention of theft, drug use, and other criminal activity at large gatherings.
- Evaluate potential emergency response needs to various emergency situations and critical incidents.
- Assess facility and personal protection with respect to potential natural events, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, winter storms, and so forth.
- Analyze the level of planning necessary between private security and public resources for proper emergency response.
- Explain postincident evaluation and the steps taken to refine security plans.
- Define standards for conducting and managing background investigations in coordination with other departments and agencies for the purpose of identifying individuals for hiring and/or promotion.
- Identify access control procedures to provide a safe workplace.
- Evaluate policies, procedures, programs, and methods for personnel protection to provide a secure work environment.
Executive and Celebrity Protection
- Describe the elements of planning and scheduling that are related to the protection of VIPs.
- Analyze the nature of intentional or unintentional harm that could come to executives, government officials, celebrities, or their families, and assess the capabilities of potential suspects.
- Evaluate security issues related to transportation, travel, and housing for VIPs.
- Develop procedures for responding to various emergency situations regarding VIPs.
- Examine executive protection programs to reduce security risks to executives and to ensure continued viability of the organization.
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