Disaster Averted: Understanding and Complying with Homeland Security’s Private Sector Prep
New 2-Part On-Demand Web Workshop Series
August 23, 2011: A 5.8 earthquake rocks Washington D.C. and the East Coast
August 28, 2011: Hurricane Irene hammers the northeast
October 29, 2011: Freak snowfall buries part of the Northeast leaving 2.4 million without power
Disaster can strike at any time. Are you and your facilities prepared for a disaster? Can your buildings and their occupants continue to operate after flooding, severe weather or workplace violence?
Now there’s a way you can ensure your facilities and occupants are prepared for any disaster.
The Department of Homeland Security has developed the Private Sector (PS) Prep Program — a voluntary program of accreditation and certification of private entities using standards adopted by the Homeland Security Department. This program promotes private-sector preparedness, including disaster management, emergency management and business continuity.
Building Operating Management and Maintenance Solutions magazines, in conjunction with ProActive Security, have produced Disaster Averted: Understanding and Complying with Homeland Security's Private Sector Prep.
A 2-part webcast program that explains the Private Sector (PS) Prep Program and how you can implement it at your organization.
Part 1 Understanding PS Prep
- A thorough overview of the program
- How PS Prep came about and where it’s headed
- Benefits of compliance
Part 2 Best Practices for PS Prep Adoption
- 6 key steps to developing a comprehensive preparedness plan
- The role of an audit in creating a solid approach to disaster prep
- Certification bodies and additional resources to ensure business continuity
Learn at your convenience. You can access these webcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each 60-minute web workshop is presented by industry expert Scott Watkowski, PPS, Principal of ProActive Security Inc.