The humanitarian space has become increasingly hostile and difficult in many regions and managers face significant challenges to safety and security. This training enables managers to focus on the main security challenges affecting the region, the country and specific local problems. We will discuss and practise some key mechanisms for reducing threats and risks, and learn ways of building a culture of safety and security that will benefit the entire programme.
Managing Safety and Security – 4 Day Course
- Establish a culture of safety and security through awareness, strategies and practical preparation.
- Develop key skills in identifying threats, and ways to respond effectively to hostile conditions.
- Review and practice reducing personal and organisational risks and mitigating threats to programme implementation.
- Review roles and responsibilities during critical incidents, and practise effective responses.
- Identify organisational values in safety and security.
- Establishing an effective security management framework in your organisation.
- Discussions on cultural and political factors that affect security.
- Creating and maintaining a security strategy.
- What is a security plan?
- Communication in a hostile situation.
- Partnerships and inter-agency cooperation in security.
- Reporting and analysing critical incidents.
- Security provisions and preparation.
- Evacuation or ‘stay and be safe’.
- Managing a critical incident.
This 4-day training course will include practical activities, coaching and advising, mentoring and classroom activities with highly interactive and challenging experiences.
Specific, regional and generic security threats will be addressed, ensuring the highest possible impact for your organisation’s operations.