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Meeting Needs Through Security Planning

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Areas of Review & Concern

Areas of Review & Concern

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  • 1. Element Value Results Areas Principles Components Productivity Providing a Positive Work Environment Supporting and Facilitating Business Providing Security Services Providing for Life Safety Employees value a safe and secure workplace. This contributes to a positive view of the work environment which fosters creativity and productivity. Security contributes value to business operations, from simple tasks like unlocking doors to more complex tasks, like planning for the continuity of business. Proactive workplace security planning addresses asset protection, loss prevention, achieving balance between human and systems utilization, associate awareness training, strategic planning, and measurement of results. Identification of risks and due care for fundamental life safety concerns, including fire, assault, disaster recovery and crisis management planning. Employee Safety
    • Prevent loss of life
    • Limit injury
    • Create safe work environment
    • Identify vulnerabilities
    • Respond to mitigate threats
    • Identify unsafe practices
    • Identify unsafe conditions
    Business Continuity
    • Life safety is primary
    • Emphasize training for use of resources
    • Focus people and technology for results
    • Well designed systems
    • with regular maintenance
    • Trained security teams
    • Equipment monitoring
    • Emergency response
    Meeting Needs through Security Planning Recovery
    • Minimize property loss and damage
    • Minimize business
    • disruption and maintain productivity
    • Support business processes with value added services
    • Assess risk
    • Provide proactive training and services
    • Proactive planning and
    • associate training
    • Community liaison
    • Assure quality of services
    • Security system design
    • Awareness training
    • Business impact analysis
    • Contingency planning
    Swiftly restore essential business processes Implement crisis management plans to restore safe work environment
    • Life safety has priority
    • Contingency plans are simple, integrated, and quickly implemented
    • Security control center
    • Crisis management plans
    • Crisis training of security teams and associates

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