23-24 High St
Royal Wootton Bassett, Swindon SN4 7AA
Threat and Risk Management
Following on from the incidents as recently as in Paris in November 2015 and in March in Brussels the threat of a terrorist attack is a very real and serious danger. The current threat level is ‘severe’ which indicates the threat to the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) from international terrorism is severe and that an attack is highly likely. We may all be a potential target for terrorists, from large scale co-ordinated attacks by extremist organisations to hate campaigns waged by individuals.
The traditional view of a terror campaign being targeted at government locations has changed, and it is now acknowledged that it is the public which is often the terrorist’s target. In particular, crowded locations, such as public transport, shopping centres, large hotels, music concerts and stadiums or anywhere that large numbers of people gather, have become key targets of choice for these individuals.
So, this course has been specifically created to help meet this need and allow individuals and organisations to better understand their role and what steps they can take in the fight against terror.
It can be tailored to various levels of staff attending from senior management, to security and health & safety professionals & facilities staff, to operational managers, to housekeeping staff and those in restaurants and catering operations.
- The definition of the term’ terrorism’ and ‘terrorist’
- Putting terrorism into context i.e. history, current threat level etc.
- What is an Improvised Explosive Device
- The different types of explosive devices and methods terrorists employ
- Understanding of counter terror organisations and their roles
- Contingency and emergency planning
- Threat assessment and management
- Risk reduction measures to reduce the threat you face
- The importance of incident management and planning
- Post attack or incident considerations
All delegates on the course will receive an IBA Certificate of Attendance.
Duration of the Course
To offer a flexible approach to training this programme is offered in two options 1) blended learning course with a distance learning workbook and a half day workshop, 2) whole day workshop with workbook.
1 day of 6 Hours. Or blended learning with workbook and half day workshop.
There is no assessment on this course.
Upon successful completion learners may wish to continue their development via the completion of any of the sign-posted qualifications/training:
- HABC Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace (QCF) e-course
- HABC Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (QCF) – 1 Day course
- HABC Level 2 Award in COSHH
£114 including VAT.
Further Details and Booking
For further details see our course page.
Contact us now for more information on this course and to book your place on 01793 855090 or email email@example.com.
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