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BSS Academy 3D Virtual Reality Support

  1. 1.         Simulation & 3D Virtual Reality Centre For   Security   Incident,   Emergency   and   Crisis  Response    
  2. 2.   2     BSS Introduction  to  BSS  Security  Incident,   Emergency  and  Crisis  Response  Simulation  &     3D  Virtual  Reality  Solutions       A   Simulation   &   3D   Virtual   Reality   training   portfolio   solution   that   supports   Procedure,   Scenario   and   Simulation   training   for   strategic,   tactical  and  operational  management.     Every  organisation  and  environment  has  unique     Such   situations   present   complex   issues   and   characteristics  and  interests  that  determine  the   many  challenges  to  organisations,  which  is  why   vulnerability  for  security  risks.     security   professionals   understand   the   value   of     scenario  development,  rehearsals  and  exercises   When   there   is   a   clear   picture   of   realistic   as   the   best   means   of   developing   an   adequate   dilemmas,   scenarios   and   associated   risks,   security  response.     measures  have  to  be  agreed  and  implemented.         Virtual   training   offers   important   benefits:   The   management   of   risks,   crises   and   personnel   can   train   whenever   and   wherever   emergencies   is   an   area   in   which   many   parties   suits  them;  avoid  time-­‐consuming  planning  and   have   a   responsibility   and   where   numerous   preparation   of   live   exercises;   improve   laws,  rules  and  regulations  are  applicable.  It  is  a   operational  preparedness;  reduce  training  costs   complex   situation   where   questions   need   to   be   and   learn   important   new   skills   in   a   safe   addressed,  such  as;     environment.   -­‐  who  is  involved  internally  and  externally?   -­‐  how  are  actions  coordinated?   -­‐  what  are  our  common  operational   procedures?;   -­‐  are  we  compliant?;   -­‐  are  staff  capable  and  trained?      
  3. 3.   3         How   a   Security   Incident,     Emergency  and  Crisis  Response   Training   Centre   supports   organisations:     – Plan,  rehearse  and  train  according  to   individual  training  objectives.   – Organise  and  deploy  resources  in  a  safe   and  efficient  manner.   – Improve  flow  of  information  and  decision   making.   – Strategic  coordination  of  tasks.   – Save  lives  and  mitigate  damages  by  making   the  right  decisions.   – Dynamic  Risk  Assessment.   – Apply  Standard  Operating  Procedures.     – Facilitate  continuity  of  operations.   – Prepare  for  large  scale  exercises.   – Enable  better  performance  in  live  exercises   and  real  life  situations.   – Practice  Planning  and  Mapping  for   Command  Post  Staff.   – Test  and  validate  emergency  response   plans.     High-rise building fires   Training  and  rehearsal  environment  and   scenarios  for  command  &  control  of  large   incidents;  crisis  response/management      
  4. 4.   4  Example   application   areas   for   a   Security   Incident,   Emergency  and   Crisis   Response   Simulation   &   3D   Virtual   Reality   training  centre       Offshore  Oil  &  Gas     – Helicopter  landing  officer  procedures       – Rig  familiarisation   – Evacuation  training   – Maintenance  and  operations  procedures   Petrochemical     – Industrial  fire  fighting   – Command  &  control  of  large  incidents     – Maintenance  and  operations  procedures     Industrial  &  Vital  Infrastructure  Incident  Management     – Command  &  control  of  large  incidents   – Crisis  response/management     – Procedure  &  Scenario  training     – Maintenance  and  operations  procedures   Emergency  Services:  like  Police,  Fire,  Safety,  Rescue  and   Medical       – Command  &  control  of  large  incidents  and  terrorist  attacks   – Procedure  &  Scenario  training   – Crime  scene  investigations   – Maintenance  and  operations  p rocedure  
  5. 5. 21   5   Why serious gaming works? Serious  gaming  provides  motivation,  offers  varying  degrees  of   simulation  and  ties  experiences  together  through  narration     With  a  3D  Virtual  Reality  training  centre  one  is   Serious  gaming  works  because  it  gives:   capable   to   build   competences   through     experience   and   to   focus   on   human   behaviour.   Experience  of  real-­‐life  situations   Teach  people  to  apply  knowledge  (‘do’)  and  to   generate  valuable  learning  experiences.     • Realistic  environments.     • Powerful  incident  visualisation.   Various   theories,   such   as   Malcolm   Knowles’s,   • Real-­‐life  conditions  (stress,  behaviour   have   pointed   out   that   adults   learn   best   when   patterns).   they   are   “self-­‐directed”;   when   they   have   a     desire   to   solve   the   real   problems   they   face.   In   Converts  knowledge  into  skills   addition   research   over   the   last   20   years   has   • Focus  on  ‘doing’  rather  than  ‘knowing’.   shown   that   the   need   to   find   out   what   truly   • Interactive  participation.   engages   learners   –   how   to   draw   them   in,   how   • Direct  feedback.   to  sustain  their  attention  and  how  to  make  the     learning  experience  more  fun.    And  unlike  more   Effective  learning  environment   traditional  training  programs  3D  Virtual  Reality   • Greater  learning  opportunities.   training  programmes  are  experienced  as  fun!   • Observe  candidates  ‘in  action’.     • Safer  than  real-­‐life  training.     • Full  registration  and  objective  measuring.        
  6. 6.   6   BSS   consultancy   services   for   a   Simulation   &   3D   Virtual   Reality   Security   Incident,   Emergency   and  Crisis  Response  Centre       When  there  is  a  clear   BSS   supports   organisations   in   developing   and   implementing   a   Simulation   &   3D   Virtual   Reality   Security,   Incident,   Emergency   picture  of  realistic   and  Crisis  Response  Centre  by:       dilemmas,  scenarios   • Analysing  the  security  and  safety  environment.     Working  with  the  stakeholders  and  identifying  the   and  associated  risks   • required  training.     measures  have  to  be   • Selecting  and/or  designing  the  required  3D  Virtual  Reality   solutions  and  3DVR  training  environments.     agreed  and   • Designing  and  implementing  of  simulator.     Developing  state-­‐of-­‐the-­‐art  training/rehearsal  scenarios.   implemented     • Transferring  knowledge  to  the  local  training  teams.     Once   the   technical   infrastructure   is   in   place,   a   training   programme   is   developed   and   implemented   in   the   following   stages:     • Stage   1:     Set-­‐up   of   the   training   virtual   environment   and   objects  from  the  library.   • Stage   2:   The   security   environment   and   control   objects   (vehicles,   people   and   simulated   incidents)   are   moved   around   the   model   to   assess   vulnerabilities   and   to   test   for   blind  spots  in  the  client’s  current  security  presence.   • Stage   3:   Virtual   reality   security   training   is   conducted   with   the   client’s   team   to   evaluate   the   effectiveness   of   their   security  readiness  and  response  capabilities.     • Stage   4:   The   security   training   analysis   enables   all   possible   security   postures   to   be   tested   in   a   safe   and   unobtrusive   way  so  clients  can  achieve  an  optimum  security  situation.     The   BSS   3D   Virtual   Reality   solution   supports   the   complete   security  management  and  crisis  response  cycle.      
  7. 7.   7   About BSS   For  Public  and  Corporate  Security  Risk  Management.     Broadfield   Security   Services   (BSS)   was   established   in   2008   as   an     autonomous   and   independent   Dutch   consultancy   company   with   an   international   dimension   able   to   provide   expertise   in   integral   security   issues.   BSS   is   passionate   about   helping   customers   find   the   right  balance  between  entrepreneurship,  investment,  profits,  risks,   safety   and   security,   so   as   to   enable   them   to   grow   and   sustain   a   high   quality   business,   one   with   a   sense   of   responsibility   for   the   environment  in  which  it  exists.   With   our   unrivalled   knowledge,   we   understand   the   business   objectives   and   interests   of   all   stakeholders.   It   is   our   view   that   Public   &   Corporate   Security   Risk   Management   should   fully   contribute  to:   – Creating  a  safe  living  and  business  climate.   – Minimising  economic  losses  and  business  disruption.   – Preserving  integrity  and  reputation  of  organisations.   BSS  services  portfolio:   BSS  Security  Services;  security  risk  management,  crisis   management,  response,  business  continuity,  change  management   and  security  technology  &  innovation.   BSS  Integrity  Investigations;  preventive  investigation,  reactive   investigation,  compliance  investigation  and  monitoring  and  fact-­‐ finding.   BSS  Security  Risk  Management  Academy   Security   risk   management   should   not   be   seen   as   being   preventative:   something   that   blocks   or   interferes   with   the   development   of   organisational   ambitions.   Instead,   it   should   be   considered   as   an   essential   means   by   which   business   continuity   is   assured.  It  is  through  our  understanding  of  this  philosophy  that  the   role   of   BSS   is   as   a   business   enabler.   To   facilitate   this   within   organisations   we   have   developed   an   integrated   and   innovative   approach  to  integrity  issues,  one  that  bridges  the  gap  between  a)   integrity   policy   and   implementation,   and   b)   analysis,   prevention   and  operational  response.     Experienced  BSS  researchers  and  specialists  in  safety  and  security   can  be  of  great  organisational  value  with  their  unique  combination   of  different  services  in  the  fields  of  crisis  management,  response,   business   continuity,   change   management,   and   security   and   technology  innovation.     BSS  helps  you  to   As  well  as  its  own  team,  the  founders  of  BSS  have  access  to  a  large   international   network   of   security   professionals   with   extensive   safeguard  the  quality   experience   in   vital   infrastructure,   listed   companies,   defence   and   and  continuity  of  your   homeland  security.  Within  the  Netherlands,  the  BSS  Association  is   business  interests.     the   source   of   many   different   specialists,   researchers   and     consultants.   This   is   one   of   our   strengths:   our   ability   to   rapidly   create,  flexible  and  capable  teams  for  our  clients  
  8. 8. 21   8   The  Simulation  &  Serious   Gaming  Process   Simulation   and   serious   games   are   less   than   perfect   representations   of  the  real  world,  but  offer  a  great  environment  in  which  to  learn.     The   activities   carried   out   during   a   simulation   results  of  others.  Teachers  will  continually  look   game  training  session  are:   for   new   ways   of   enriching   the   discussions   and   – Theoretical  instruction:  the  teacher  goes   to   help   the   participants   find   the   connection   through  relevant  aspects  of  specific   between  the  game  results  and  problems  in  real   theories  and  participants  can  interact  with   world.   The   quality   of   this   group   discussion   questions  and  comments.   activity  plays  an  important  and  relevant  role  in   – Introduction  to  the  game:  the  participants   the  overall  training,  as  it  will  affect  the  ability  of   are  instructed  on  how  to  operate  the   participants   to   transfer   the   knowledge   and   computer  and  how  to  play  the  game.   skills  gained  into  the  real  world.     – Playing  the  game:  participants  have  the     opportunity  to  practice  their  knowledge   The   discussion   phase   is   usually   called   and  skills  by  changing  different  parameters   debriefing.   Debriefing   is   the   most   important   of  the  game  and  reflecting  on  the  possible   part   of   the   simulation/gaming   experience.   We   consequences  of  these  changes.  Permanent   all   learn   from   experience,   but   without   contact  with  participants  is  advisable,  as  is   reflecting   on   this   experience   the   learning   keeping  the  training  going  to  maintain  a   potential   may   be   lost.   Simulation   gaming   needs   positive  atmosphere  and  to  ensure  that  the   to   be   seen   as   contrived   experiences   in   the   participants  feel  engaged.   learning   cycle,   which   require   special   attention   at  the  stages  of  reflection  and  generalisation.   Group   discussions:   each   participant   is   given   the     opportunity   and   encouraged   to   present   and   compare   their   results   from   the   game   with   the  
  9. 9.   9   The   Simulation   &   Serious   Gaming  Debriefing  Process       There   are   six   phases   of   debriefing.   These   are   presented   as   a   flexible   suggestion   and   not   as   rigid  requirements:     1. How   do   you   feel?   Gives   participants   an   opportunity   to   get   their   strong   feelings   about  the  simulation  game  off  their  chest.   2. What   happened?   Makes   it   possible   for   participants   to   compare   and   contrast   recollections  with  others  and  to  draw  some   general  conclusions  during  the  next  phase.   3. What   did   you   learn?   Encourage   the   generation   and   testing   of   different   hypotheses.   Ask   participants   to   come   up   with   general   principles   based   on   their   experiences   from   the   game   and   to   offer   evidence   to   support   or   reject   these   principles.     4. How   does   this   relate   to   the   real   world?   Encourage   a   discussion   of   the   relevance   of   the   game   to   the   real-­‐world   workplaces   of   participants.   5. What   if…?   Encourage   participants   to   apply   their  insights  to  new  contexts.   6. What   next?   Participants   use   their   insights   to   come   up   with   strategies   for   the   simulation   game  and  for  the  real-­‐world  workplace.     High  rise  building  fires     Training  and  rehearsal  environment  and   scenarios  for;  command  &  control  of  large   incidents;  crisis  response/management      
  10. 10.   10     BSSHolland     Strekkerweg  75   1033DA  Amsterdam,  The  Netherlands       +31  (0)  20  716  24  21