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(pronounced "AS- IS"
What is ASIS? ASIS formerly was the American Society
for Industrial Security, evolving over the past 50 years to
become international in scope - having over 35,000 members worldwide.
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Bratenahl Place Bistro - Confirmed
Address: One Bratenahl Place
Bratenahl, OH 44108
We have confirmed Bratenahl
Place Bistro, an excellent and easily accessible, near east side
location, only minutes from downtown Cleveland with ample parking. Eddy
Road Exit, north toward the lake.
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Friday, JANUARY 19, 2018
Presentation Noon - 12:45
"...information and security
perspectives you won't get anywhere else..."
SPEAKER & TOPIC: Meet and talk with...
Vice President of Protective
Services and Training
"Essential Best Practices for Workplace Violence
Prevention and Management"
Introduction and objectives
Critical Mistakes that Organizations Make
Human Resources and Security- must work together
Developing Workplace Violence Policy – reasonable foreseeability
Defining Workplace Violence – categories of potential workplace
Employee Training - behavioral warning signs
Case Management Team - establish one and use them
Developing High Risk Termination Protocols
Third Party Assistance May Be Required
Proactive Measures and Response - preparation
Developing Specific Active Shooter Response Plans
Documentation of the Case Management Process
Training Resource Available
joining AFIMAC, Mr. Shuster spent most of his 30-year career with a
global leader in uniform security and investigations services. There, he
held various positions including: executive protection detail leader,
director of training, vice president of corporate development, senior
vice president of the asset protection team.
Mr. Shuster is a respected expert in security practices and training
related to crisis management and response, labor disputes, close
protection operations, special event security, security awareness
programs, evasive & defensive driving, and executive protection program
design. He has written corporate security articles and white papers, and
has lectured for many noted organizations including the American Society
for Industrial Security (ASIS), the International Society of Special
Event Planners, the Young Presidents Organization, Penn State
University, the Tactical Response Association, and the International
Association of Chiefs of Police. Mr. Shuster has also served two (2)
four-year terms on the private security advisory board for the Virginia
Department of Criminal Justice Services.
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fee is $20 and
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Members should pay for their guests.
Optionally pay at the door by check or with cash. Checks should be made payable to
District Sales Manager, IdentiSys, Inc.
Marti Lambert, CPP
formerly Security Supervisor, FirstEnergy Corp.
Kathy Tomco, CPP
Loss Prevention, Marc's Stores
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