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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.

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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

Topics the conference will cover include:
* Presentation:  The legislative changes planned for California in 2020 that are expected to ripple out to the rest of the U.S.
* Presentation: Managing  the Threat:  School and Workplace Violence
* Panel: How does targeted violence prevention work in schools and other organisations?
* Panel Discussion: Cyber security and workplace violence
* Presentation: Essentials of a Human Resources Based Workplace Violence Prevention Plan
* Panel: What are different organisations doing to prevent workplace violence
* Presentation: Dealing with workplace violence, pre-, during and post-event
* Presentation: Business Continuity & Crisis Management.
* Panel Discussion: How does business continuity translate into sustainability?
* Disaster recovery: Case Studies
* Panel Discussion: How should internal and external communications be conducted during a crisis?

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.

For more information about sponsorship or speaking opportunities, please contact us now:

Lorna Titley
lorna@quaynote.ca
1 604 996 6837

SESSION 1 – REGULATIONS/GUIDELINES: AIRCREW
08.00Refreshments and registration
Session One: Welcome to the conference
08.40Conference Organiser’s opening remarks
08.45Conference Chairman’s welcome to the conference
MODULE ONE: WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
Session Two: School & Workplace Violence
08.50Managing the Threat: School & Workplace Violence
* Active Shooters and Travelling Students
*Violence in Schools & Universities
Dr. Tony Beliz
09.10Questions
09.15Panel: 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
Panelists include:
Dr Tony Beliz
Brian Hollenbaugh, Managing Partner, Compass Group Consulting
Mark Reed, CHPA, Director of Support Services, MLK Jr. Community Hospital, Los Angeles
Rachael Frost, Master Investigator (ret.), Chief Executive Officer, Frost ICED/Investigation, Consultation, Education & Development
Session Three: Shortfalls in some Workplace Violence Programs
09.55Presentation: Examining the over-reaction to an armed assailant
scenarios and why were still learning.
*How the quest for one-time / technological solutions falls short
*Why might common sense solutions such as training, communications,
response and awareness work better.
* Where your Policies and procedures need to be regarding workplace
violence/armed assailant and awareness.
Sean A. Ahrens, CPP, FSyl,CSC AEI / Affiliated Engineers Inc.,Security Market Group Leader
10.15Questions & Discussion
10.25Refreshments
Session Four: How Workplace Violence Prevention Plans are working in practice
10.55Presentation: 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, Manager, Behavioral Intervention Team Employee & Labor Relations, UCLA
11.15Questions
11.25Panel: 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
Kate Colberg, Constellis
Jon Harris, Senior Consultant, CPP, PSP, Guidepost Solutions LLC
Sean A. Ahrens, CPP, FSyl,CSC AEI / Affiliated Engineers Inc., Security Market Group Leader
Session Five: Dealing with the before, during and after of Workplace Violence
12.05Presentation: Dealing with workplace violence, pre-, during and post-event
*e.g. providing grief counselling and re-entry to the workplace
Kate Colberg, Constellis
12.25Questions
Session Six: How should internal and external communications be conducted during a crisis?
12.30Panel: Managing social mediaModerator: Jonathan Westall, Vice President, Ancillary Services,
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
Participants to include:
Jeffrey A. Slotnick CPP, PSP, President, Setracon Enterprise Security Risk Management Services
13.00Lunch
13.15LUNCHTIME PRESENTATION: Counter- terrorism
Anthony Burgess, City of Pasadena
MODULE TWO: BUSINESS CONTINUITY
Session Seven: Introduction
14.00Presentation: Business Continuity & Crisis Management
Presenter: Matthew Jordan, CPP, MBA
Corporate Security Director, Parsons
14.20Questions
Session Eight: Business Continuity Today
14.25Presentation: What is the potential impact to a business of not having a resilience
model in place?
*What lessons can other sectors learn from banking, healthcare and energy who are required
to have robust business continuity plans?
*Being aware of the blind spots and how these can lead to trade disruptions when tested
*How should organisations plan for the impact of climate change and pandemics?
Yvette Connor, Strategic Risk Practice Lead, Grant Thornton
15.10Questions & Discussion
15.20Refreshments & Exhibition
Session Nine: Disaster Recovery
16.00Disaster recovery: Case Studies
* Intelligence services in Business Continuity
* Impact of hurricanes in the Caribbean and civil wars in the Middle East
*How companies approached each with a different corporate security solution
Ken Klothe, Trident Star Global
16.20Questions
16.30Presentation: The impact of infectious diseases such as Coronavirus on Business Continuity
Dr. Myles Druckman, International SOS
16.50Chair`s closing remarks
17.00Chair`s closing remarks
17.00End of Conference

Matthew Jordan, CPP, MBA

Corporate Security Director, Parsons

Matthew Bogaard

Bogaard Group International

Dr Tony Beliz

Brian Hollenbaugh

Managing Partner, Compass Group Consulting

Mark Reed CHPA

Director of Support Services, MLK Jr. Community Hospital, Los Angeles

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Rachael Frost

Master Investigator (ret.), Chief Executive Officer Frost ICED/Investigation, Consultation, Education & Development

Sean A. Ahrens, CPP, FSyl,CSC AEI

Affiliated Engineers Inc., Security Market Group Leader

Chris Silva, CTM, CPP

Chris Silva, CTM, CPP, Manager, Behavioral Intervention Team Employee & Labor Relations, UCLA

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Preston Ames

Head of Strategic Partnerships, Fama

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Kate Colberg

Constellis

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Jon Harris

Senior Consultant, CPP, PSP, Guidepost Solutions LLC

Jonathan Westall

Vice President, Ancillary Services, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital

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Jeff Slotnick

Setracon Enterprise Security Risk Management Services

Anthony Burgess

City of Pasadena

Yvette Connor

Strategic Risk Practice Lead, Grant Thornton

Ken Klothe

Trident Star Global

Dr Myles Druckman

International SOS

Parsons Conference Facility
100 West Walnut Street,
Pasadena, California
91124, USA

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559 N Catalina Ave, Pasadena, CA 91106, USA