Security Management and Explosive Threat Management course
The outline for this 4-day course follows

Security Management (2 days)

Presented by Alex Goldstein, CPP, CISSO,
Day 1
Session 1 - Introduction to Security
Business Models / Structures – Contract and In-House
Security’s Role in the Corporate Organization
Legislation – PSISA, Building Code, Fire Code
Session 2 - Personnel Management
Hiring / Job descriptions / Promotions
Disciplinary Process / Morale / PDR
Scheduling Management
Unions / Health & Safety / HR / training
Session 3 - Operational Management
SoPs and Post Orders
Budgets / Invoicing / Profit & Loss
Business Case and Proposals

Day 2
Session 4 - Program Management

Security surveys and TRAs
Access Control
Incident reporting / forms / statistics
Drills and Security Awareness Delivery
Emergency Management
Law enforcement – TPA, privacy, investigations
Session 5 - Public Relations Management
Client Relations / Client Services
Liaison with law enforcement, EMS and fire/
Selling security within the organization and externally, including the RF processes
Session 6 - Resource Management
Contracting for services (the PO process, invoicing, accounting)
Security systems and their maintenance
Managing uniforms, radios, safety supplies

Test for certificate

Explosive Threat Management (2 days)

Presented by Juri Kasemets, P.Eng.
Day 3
Session 1 - The problem

Introduction – terminology, aggressor tactics
Motives, select Canadian incidents, select International incidents, Canadian statistics
RCMP National Security Awareness, terrorism in Canada
Explosives – commercial explosives, home-made explosives (HME), Improvised Explosives Device (IED) components, Improvised Incendiary Device (IID), emerging tactics
Select Canadian laws – Criminal Code, OHS, Canada Labour Code, right-to-know/refuse
Suspicious activity – recognition, reporting
Emergency operations centre (EOC)

Session 2 - Threat receipt and evaluation
Threat-risk assessment (TRA), harmonized TRA, Canadian terrorism threat levels
Threats by – phone (checklist, questioning technique, tracing/monitoring/recording), in writing or face-to-face
Threat evaluation –options, HOT-UP, PTI
Mail-room –discrete threat objects, screening (visual detection) and scanning (detection technology), inbound/outbound/interoffice mail, incident response procedures (immediate actions), security checklists, training staff.  US Postal Service info and videos, Canada Post info, British Standard, posters from various sources
Design-basis threat (DBT) – blast theory/effects (pressure, impulse, fragments, flame), Canadian standards e.g., S850-12 Design and Assessment of Buildings Subjected to Blast Loads, window protection

Day 4
Session 3 - Options

Lockdown; shelter-in-place
Evacuation – purpose, options, covert/overt, distances, difference between bomb threat and fire, assembly (safe holding) area
Search – who will search your facility? covert/overt search, methods, equipment, use of 2-way radios, two-person technique, canine
Hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) – VBIEDs, types of threat, ramming, traffic calming, impact energy, vehicle security barriers (VSB),
Vehicle search – do’s and don’ts, team approach, purpose of interview, interviewing/questioning vehicle occupants, visual indicators on a vehicle, documentation checks, safety and security during search, driver/occupant response to questioning (fight or flight), external/internal search
Session 4 - Active threat
Active shooter – analysis of incidents, phases of an incident,  how to respond, management responsibilities, HR responsibilities, strategies for survival (Run, Hide, Fight; ALICE), what to do or not do when law enforcement arrives; various videos from Canada and US; checklists, training and on-line resources, exercises, signs that a weapon is being carried
Targeting of first response personnel – secondary device, protecting personnel
Blast injuries - primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary