Using proven methods to optimize security practices
A Kaizen (also known as a Table Top Exercise, TTX) is an effective training tool to using Lean Six Sigma to simulate and emergency situation. While all leaders are located in one room you talk through scenarios and receive an after action report to help streamline your process and ensure compliance.
Security Risk Management will include an onsite visit to include a complete understanding of your companies policies and procedures. From there a plan is built using Lean Six Sigma to optimize metrics.
Providing a full spectrum analysis
This explains how to conduct new hire or existing employee background investigations to ensure you know who you are hiring. This course helps you understand risk vs reward, past history vs recidivism and understanding what is an acceptable risk.
Workplace Violence and de-escalation training offers employers to train human resources and other critical business partners how to respond and de-escalate a workplace violence situation.
Hiring new employees? Consider briefing them (and existing employees) where your rally points are, and what is expect during a crisis and best practices to stay safe.
A FPC is an excellent way to introduce management to understanding the basics of force protection, including simple measures that can be implemented to make your soft target into a harder target.
FPA is an expansion of the FPC. In the FPA you will get all the perks of an FPC and an in-depth audit into existing security and force protection measures as well as options for target hardening.