Providing a Blueprint for Establishing a Safety and Security Program, This Book Explains How To:
Threats to multinational corporations come in two forms: natural and man-made. This book illustrates the types of risks that confront corporations when working outside of North America. It provides key tools and understanding that are required to do business in a safe and secure manner, no matter the level of risk. It walks through a logical framework for safety and security program development from Day One. Using real-world case studies and examples, the book is a useful reference to security managers, security consultants, contractors, frequent global business travelers, and for those who are presently or soon-to-be assigned in overseas positions.
RISKS AND THREATS OF INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AND OPERATIONS
Challenges of Security Management in Global and High Risk Operations
Travel Tracking and Travel Intelligence Issues: "It’s 3:00 AM – Do you know where your ex-pats are?"
Risk Assessment Methodologies: The 5:00 PM Friday Telephone Call – "We’ve Got a Project Kicking Off Monday in Colombia…Not Missouri"
Protecting People Who Don’t Believe They Need to Be Protected: "I would prefer to go ‘Low Profile’"
POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND METHODS
Security, Crisis Management, and Evacuation Planning: The 2:00 AM Friday Telephone Call: "The missiles are flying all around Israel and landing on our jobsite!"
Protecting People and Assets Around the World: From Green Acres to the Green Zone
Pre-Deployment and Security Awareness Training: "Tell me everything I need to know in about 15 minutes"
KEEPING CURRENT AND ON TRACK
Crisis Management Do’s and Don’ts: Pushing the Panic Button
Establishing and Maintaining Contact and Coordination with Local, Regional, and International Authorities: "We need a favor, we have people in your country whom we need evacuated – NOW!"
Keeping Current and Maximizing Your International Crisis and Security Management Efficiencies: "Now that you have solved my issues, why should I keep you around?"
How to Be All Things to All People: Putting It All Together