Chemical Facility Security
The need for chemical facility security is the focus of this course, which explores everything from common dangerous weapons and substances to security concerns for hazardous materials. This is also an excellent orientation course for personnel new to Chemical Facility Security.
Can your security team identify the three major security threats to a chemical facility? Those threats and potential vulnerabilities that could invite terrorist attacks are the subjects of this comprehensive course.
From defining the project to conducting site surveys, this course will provide you with the necessary tools to conduct a Security Vulnerability Assessment. Analysis, recommendations, and report writing also are covered.
The planning process for security training is discussed in this course, which also explains why value chain partners should be included in the planning. The course describes the training needs of different groups of personnel and the recommended curriculum for each group.
Learn the characteristics of an effective physical security plan for chemical facilities, including the Buffer Zone Protection Program. This course covers the wide range of security equipment available and considers advantages and limitations of different types of equipment.
Your security team needs properly maintained equipment and this course will help them identify the steps in implementing a preventive maintenance program. Recordkeeping and root cause failure analysis and their importance in a preventative maintenance program are also explained.
This course examines the development of a facility security plan, including recommended content and guidelines for updating the plan.
Security teams must know what actions to take in case of bomb threats and releases of chemical, biological, and radioactive agents. This course explores those actions and also explains how to minimize interruption of operations during and after an emergency.
The purposes of emergency preparedness drills and exercises, their elements and differences, and drill and exercise performance assessment and debriefing are examined in this course.
Recognition and protection of sensitive security information (SSI) are addressed in this course, with special emphasis on supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
This course takes a look at adult learning, workplace demographics, training development, proven training techniques, training delivery, and preparation for training.
Security team members who take this course will learn how to detect and recognize the most common types of weapons and dangerous substances.
Knowing who should conduct physical searches and when searches should be done are among topics addressed in this course, as are non-intrusive and physical search methods.
In this course, security personnel will learn how to plan a site search and conduct a search using sectors and check cards. They also will discover when to initiate a search and how to conduct it, including evidence handling.
Learn how to observe behavioral patterns of people who are likely to threaten security at a facility, and how to respond to that threat.
Learn about methods used by criminals and terrorists to circumvent security. In addition, learn the six signs of terrorist activity and what techniques can be used to stop them.
This course examines a number of crowd management topics, from crowd management during a crisis to effective control of crowds.
Addresses many hazardous material concerns to satisfy the needs of facility security. Regulations that govern hazardous materials, including those administered by DOT and OSHA, are discussed. Various methods for recognizing hazardous materials are demonstrated and the learner is shown proper labeling methods and safety data sheets. The course also covers incident control and response to terrorism and hazardous materials exposure.