Building on the success of Quaynote’s series of Tackling Kidnapping, Duty of Care and other leading security conferences, we are delighted to announce a brand new one day security conference.
Workplace Violence and Business Continuity takes place in picturesque Old Pasadena, California on 5 March, 2020.
Comprised of two back-to-back modules, the conference will examine how the related concerns of Workplace Violence and Business Continuity are impacting organisations and what can be done to tackle the related risks
The conference will address:
* the legislative changes planned for California in 2020 that are expected to ripple out to the rest of the U.S.
*Threats to universities / faculties
*The human resources perspective on the tools that can be used in dealing with workplace violence
*A case-study on best practice in building response teams
* Business Continuity & Crisis Management.
* Disaster recovery
* A case-study on dealing with disasters and crisis such as hurricane and critical uprisings.
Workplace Violence & Business Continuity is essential for Corporate Security Directors, Risk Managers, Threat Managers, HR executives, C-suite executives or anyone with responsibility for security decisions in corporations, universities, NGOs or government.
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|SESSION 1 – REGULATIONS/GUIDELINES: AIRCREW|
|08.00||Refreshments and registration|
|Session One: Welcome to the conference|
|08.45||Conference Organiser’s opening remarks|
|08.50||Conference Chairman’s welcome to the conference|
|MODULE ONE: WORKPLACE VIOLENCE|
|08.55||Presentation: Examining the legislative changes planned for California in 2020|
* The proposed changes will affect record-keeping and will be particularly significant as they are likely to ripple out to the rest of the U.S.
|09.15||Questions & Discussion|
|09.25||Managing the Threat: School & Workplace Violence|
* Active Shooters and Travelling Students
*Violence in Schools & Universities
Dr. Tony Beliz
|09.50||Panel: How does targeted violence prevention work in schools and other organisations?|
*How does behavioural threat assessment work in schools and universities?
*What are the emerging trends in targeted violence?
*What are the most effective interviewing strategies?
*Trauma Event Management
Moderated by: Matthew Bogaard, Bogaard Group International
Dr Tony Beliz
|10.20||Panel Discussion: Cyber security & workplace violence|
|11.30||Presentation: Essentials of a Human Resources Based Workplace Violence Prevention Plan|
* Are your Anti-Bullying and Workplace Violence Prevention Policies mutually supporting?
* The pros and cons of using an anonymous reporting tool to share concerning behaviors
* When following-up with reporters how much case detail should be shared?
Presenter: Chris Silva, CTM, CPP, Co-ordinator, Behavioral Intervention Team Employee & Labor Relations, UCLA
|11.55|| Panel: What are different organisations doing to prevent workplace violence?|
*How effective are these strategies?
*How can AI technologies be leveraged to prevent workplace violence?
Panellists to include:
Preston Ames, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Fama
|12.35||Presentation: A case-study on best practice in building response teams|
|MODULE TWO: BUSINESS CONTINUITY|
|14.00||Presentation: Business Continuity & Crisis Management|
Presenter: Matthew Jordan, CPP, MBA
Corporate Security Director, Parsons
|15.10||Refreshments & Exhibition|
|15.40||Disaster recovery: Case Studies|
*Recovering from disasters or a crisis such as a hurricane or critical uprising
|16.55||Chair`s closing remarks|
|17.00||End of Conference|
Bogaard Group International
Chris Silva, CTM, CPP
Coordinator, Behavioral Intervention Team Employee & Labor Relations, UCLA
Head of Strategic Partnerships, Fama
Matthew Jordan, CPP, MBA
Corporate Security Director, Parsons
Parsons Conference Facility
100 West Walnut Street,