INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FORCULTURAL PROPERTY PROTECTION
New Considerations for Effective Security Screening
To safeguard people and property, many organizations are implementing security screening programs to find prohibited, illegal, or dangerous items. The screening techniques and methods include metal detection, physical search (e.g. bag or package, pat-down, vehicle), trace detection, and x-ray technology. However, unless properly planned and implemented, these security screening programs may not be effective and, in some cases, may expose the organization to additional liability. This presentation will provide security practitioners guidance for implementing and managing an effective security screening program. Included will be considerations for selecting the appropriate screening methods and equipment to accomplish your security goals, COVID-19 mitigation strategies, screening area design and staffing, employee training and testing, and record keeping requirements.
Don't miss this very timely and critically important presentation, recorded during IFCPP’s 21st Annual Conference, and originally aired on October 13
When: Thursday, November 19 at 9am MST, 11am EST
Presented by: Dave Beeman, CIPM II, CPP and Sade Battle, both of Andy Frain Services
Registration will include access to the recorded presentation for ongoing reference. This recently recorded webcast will be available for you to watch from the link sent in your confirmation email.
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