Preparing for the Unpredictable: Emergency Preparedness and the SAFETY Act Journey
Join us to hear attorney and risk manager, John Petrone highlight the SAFETY Act ‘s applicability to facilities, and discuss the importance of Security Program infrastructure development, optimization and resiliency as it relates to the Act.
Being prepared for active threats is essential in today’s society, whether operating a campus, school district, hospital or a municipality. To encourage the development and deployment of anti-terrorism products and services, the US Department of Homeland Security created the SAFETY Act (Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies). What does the SAFETY Act mean to facility management teams with regard to liability protections? Join us to hear attorney and risk manager, John Petrone highlight the SAFETY Act ‘s applicability to facilities, and discuss the importance of Security Program infrastructure development, optimization and resiliency as it relates to the Act.
What you’ll learn:
- The importance of facilitating a safe environment for analysis and decision making
- Deployment of Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technologies (QATT) specifically as it relates to Security Program infrastructure through the SAFETY Act
- Strategies for developing and optimizing Security Programs
- Best practices and industry standards for maintaining a resilient Security Program, including identification of ready for use and immediate accessibility capabilities of plans and protocol
John Petrone II, Attorney
Attorney John Petrone has 10 + years’ experience in Risk Management. The scope of his risk management practice includes professional athletic facilities and organizations, education (primary, secondary, collegiate), healthcare facilities, municipal (county/city/town/village), not-for-profit and for-profit risk management. Specific risk management projects have included emergency preparedness, general departmental review, safety and workers’ compensation review.
David Trask, National Director, Facilities Technology, ARC
David Trask has presented at IFMA World Workplace, IFMA Facilities Fusion, ASHE, AIIM, Facilities Expo, Construct Canada and numerous other events across the U.S. and Canada with a focus on helping organizations better manage their facility information. Trask shares Facility best practices in Healthcare, Municipalities, K-12 School Districts, Universities, Federal Agencies, Retail and Private Owner Groups while providing key takeaways that can be put into practice in your business.
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