In today’s fast-paced business environment, owners and managers of commercial real estate assets must be able to quickly switch gears and change their mind-set at a moment’s notice to address man-made security threats and natural disasters. Examples of man-made security threats include workplace violence type incidents, such as shots fired (active shooter) and unauthorized visitors in the workplace. Natural disasters include, but are not limited to, severe weather emergencies, such as hurricanes, tornados, wildfires and floods.
This webinar helps managers review and validate their current security and emergency preparedness programs, ensuring programs are in-line with current industry best practices. The speakers discuss key standards widely used in the commercial real estate sector to protect assets and deliver excellent service to tenants. Recent natural disasters such as Hurricane Sandy have caused countless injuries, billions of dollars in damages and have disrupted businesses on a global level. Lessons learned are discussed.
Co-produced by the ASIS Commercial Real Estate Council and BOMA International
Parking: located at 1100 Mulberry. Parking will be validated, report to the skywalk security desk on the second floor. Please bring in your parking pass for validation.
NOTE: Sack lunch will be provided. Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by March 18, 2013 to assure lunch orders can be finalized.
1. If Central Iowa member and paid Central Iowa ASIS Chapter dues of $120, lunch and webinar is free.
2. If ASIS International member and paid International ASIS dues of $150 but not Central Iowa Chapter dues cost will be $15.
3. If not member of either cost will be $25.
Brad Duffy – Program Chair
Office: (515) 698 – 5045 E-mail: email@example.com
Randy Mulder– Program Chair
Office: (515) 698 - 5041 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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