HR teams are increasingly relying on security professionals to help their organization better safeguard people, assets and information. Together, AT-RISK’s head of HR and Executive Director of Operations offer their list of the top 5 security concerns facing HR professionals and actionable takeaways to protect.
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If you’ve ever lived through a crisis like that of a hurricane, you are likely aware that a well thought-out, well communicated crisis management plan is essential. In this blog, we share the framework and roles of a Crisis Management Team based on lessons learned from 14 years of experience responding to crises worldwide and recent hurricane deployments.
How many of us in the protection field have given serious thought to safeguarding our client against a hostage situation? How many of us are trained to survive such a potentially violent incident? Can we prepare to prevent an aggressor from holding us and the principle captive? Should you find yourself in a hostage situation with your client, consider these best practices shared by a former hostage negotiator who served 20 years as a New York State Trooper.
A break-in at a rental home, a prowler outside, a stalker in pursuit. Episodes like these have top players fearing they are more vulnerable to crime – NYTIMES.COM
The concept of an investigation in the workplace is often something most managers would choose to avoid; if only for the fact that it is perceived to be a disruptive intrusion which takes the focus off the primary business functions. If handled by an apt and experienced investigator, however, both the process and the result can serve to better protect the organization and make it a safer, more comfortable and more productive environment for all.