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**This webinar has been approved for one CSC credit hour through IAPSC and one CPE credit hour through ASIS.**
Physical security threats during the pandemic and during unprecedented civil unrest are increasing nationwide. It used to be behavioral health patients, disgruntled patients, gang retaliation, and active shooters that posed the most likely threats. Now we face domestic violent extremists, anti-vaccine activists, racially motivated extremists, and the list continues to grow.
This presentation reveals just how much softer of a target healthcare facilities have become and the challenges this heightened security environment brings to the clinical staff, facility managers, healthcare architects and engineers.
Additionally, perspectives from a nationwide consultant will be shared based on observed commonalities in threat, vulnerability, risk, and thus the actual most recently common methods to mitigate these challenges.
Webinar Learning Objectives
- Understand the process to identify healthcare targets and assess vulnerability and risk
- Prioritize solutions defending critical assets against the highest number of likely threats with the significant impact of loss
- Learn the proven risks that Physical Security Professionals are typically identifying and mitigating in healthcare
Join IAPSC online for this event on Wednesday, March 23 at 1:00 p.m. EST
Open registration for IAPSC Members and Interested, Non-Members
Frank Finley PSP, a retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel with 32 years of service, is the founder of Force Protect Security Consultants. He is a physical security and risk mitigation subject matter expert with over 25 years of experience. He has assisted Federal, state, local, private sector officials, as well as facility owners and operators to enhance their physical security posture. He works with organizations to address their demanding security needs, translating vulnerabilities into compelling security and operations efficiencies. Being completely versed in numerous national and international physical security design guidelines and standards, Frank serves as an advisor to AE design teams in the proper risk assessment and cost-effective implementation of risk mitigation measures. Clients include Veterans Affairs, Department of the Interior, Department of Defense, several Universities, Fortune 500 manufacturers, hospitality organizations, and numerous commercial businesses.