Personal security in disaster training
Proprietary human factor technical training and products
Our agency provides Personal Safety Security in the field.
Safety of disaster workers and Aid workers and legal responsibility of agencies.
Safety security training depends on your agency needs and whether you are being deployed in the US or overseas. Contact us for specific training needs for your agency.
What training should humanitarian disaster workers have before going into the field, Before deployment workers should be.
1. Understand their organizational mission and how it is likely to be perceived by other stakeholders in the area of operation.
2. Have a foundation of knowledge of the conflict actors history ect.
3. Be aware of basic security procedures
4. Understand threats to be that will most likely be encountered. on the ground.
5. Have training to developed a personal stress management coping strategy
Personal security Safety Training one to three days depending on elements included
may vary according to needs of agency
principals of route selection
Risk assessment situational awareness
Understanding the hostage
Targeting of victims
Trauma services (traumatic stress, critical incident Prevention and intervention programs crisis management.
We can teach your staff greater awareness when out and about, anywhere in the world. We will show them techniques to deal with a variety of threats, from general instances, such as robbery or mugging, to the specific threat of sexual assault or abduction.
3 day class agenda Training: class hours 8am to 5pm Objectives–
Mitigate safety of employees in
Hostile environments. Kidnapping or terrorism. Identify your operational security when at risk from
violent, hostile, dangerous environments and enable you to better assess the risks.– Acquire
essential tools to handle stress, safety and avoid danger to operate under extreme conditions.
Day 1 Class 7 hours training 1 hour lunch
Begin hostile environment class, Traumatic stress training, preparing the mind for survival and
coping techniques. Compound aggregate training.
Day 2 Class 7 hours training 1 hour lunch
Cultural differences, Personal safety training, travel and transport safety and security land and
Operational security overview. Recognizing risks. Identify and correctly assess risks to safety and
Day 3 Class 7 hours training 1 hour lunch
Disassociate behavior, Hostage survival, Defensive techniques, Country specific info.
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Employers face legal responsibility and must be committed to train aspects of safety and security to supervisors, physicians, social workers, crisis workers and disaster workers emergency responders..