THURSDAY & FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 & 15, 2023 * 9:00AM TO 12:00NN VIA ZOOM
Is your organization ready in the event of a terrorist attack? Terrorism has spread globally and has become rampant.
This crisis preparedness training will teach participants the best practices on how to respond effectively during an attack which includes situational awareness, coordination and communication strategies with law enforcement agencies and other stakeholders, swift and effective actions to reduce number of fatalities, and mitigation of other potential risks.
The right protocols are very important so you have a clear set of guidelines and instructions to follow. During times like this, people's lives are in your hands. Make sure that you are equipped with the right knowledge and skills. Enroll!
He was the head of all FBI operations in the Philippines for five years. During a career spanning more than twenty years, he was in charge of terrorism prevention program, successfully conducted and supervised high-level investigations into political corruption, international money laundering, corrupt business practices and fraudulent transactions that spanned several continents. In addition to a two-year assignment at INTERPOL's US National Central Bureau, he oversaw FBI operations in Africa, France and Eastern Europe for three years.
He handles risk management and compliance matters under Center for Global Best Practices. Building on his FBI experience, he has more than a decade of private sector experience dealing with a wide variety of matters, including economic sanctions programs such as those in place by the E.U., U.K, U.N., and the U.S.
Decision Makers, Management and Frontliners of:
- Government Institutions
- Diplomatic Missions
- Embassies and Consulates
- Hotels and Casinos
- Tourism Sites
- Convention Centers
- Entertainment Venues
- Malls, Buildings and Other Public Establishments
- Residential Estates
Everyone interested to attend this topic.
I. The "VUCA" environment and why is it dangerous
II. The OODA Loop and some of its influencing factors
III. Terrorism and its background
a. Republic Act No. 11479, The Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020
IV. What You Can Do to Prepare
a. What does planning have to do with Protocols for First Response to Terrorism incidents?
b. Some protocols ideas prior to the event.
c. Effects of your actions during an attack.
d. Some information sources that you should review to learn about potential threats.
e. What do you need on-site in the event if something DOES happen?
f. Feasibility of an MOU to document in writing.
g. Medical emergency preparedness
h. Possible plans to reduce the risk of deception during an attack.
V. How Do We Work on These Issues
a. How to maintain an agile response, that doesn't "stick to" formula?
b. The Planning Process
c. Coordination and control during an emergency
VI. What Do We Do at The Event: The Who, What, When, Where and Why
a. Who are the first responders?
b. First appropriate action for emergencies
c. Risk assessment
d. What are some actions first responders may consider?
e. As first responder, what can you do?
f. Issues of first responders to multiple events
g. Scene assessment
h. Terrorism activity indicators
i. How to know if the incident to which you are responding is a terrorist event and what
should be your immediate response.
VII. What Do First Responders Do as the Situation Evolves
a. Personal protective measures
b. Designing response routes
c. Instructions to Emergency response personnel from all disciplines
d. How does the concept or idea of "First Responder" evolve or change?
e. When to shift from being lifesavers to evidence collectors?
f. Role of interagency coordination and information sharing during an emergency
g. How to handle exercises and reality
h. How to develop your mind to get faster OODA?
i. AGILE thinking
j. Emotional trauma: The unseen effects of a terrorist attack