Security, Risk and Crisis Management - VIRTUAL CLASS - 1/31/23
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This class will be conducted VIRTUALLY through Zoom on 1/31/23 from 8:30am - 2:30pm CST. There will be an optional 30-minute study period followed by an hour for the exam. Those that are recertifying, not taking the exam or taking the course as not part of the CEM program will end their day at 2:30pm CST.
You are required to read the workbook before class. It is located under the “Workbook” tab.
You must have a webcam to take this class.
Protecting the financial integrity of exhibitions is critical, and an essential element of that goal is proper risk assessment and planning. Risk management is a continuing process that identifies, analyzes, evaluates and addresses loss exposures and monitors risk control and financial resources for the purpose of mitigating the undesirable effects of loss. This involves evaluating the security needs for an event and if a crisis should occur, having a crisis management team in place to manage it.
After completing this course, the participant should be able to:
- List security components of site selection
- Identify the security needs of exhibitions and events
- Identify essential elements of a request for proposal for a security vendor
- Evaluate security requests for proposal responses to hire a competent security contractor
- Explain the principles of risk management as related to insurance coverage
- List types of event and exhibition insurance
- Explain the concept of event cancellation insurance
- Generalize the importance of requiring certificates of insurance from exhibitors
- Explore the concept of protecting the exhibition organizer against losses
- Define a crisis and how to prepare for a variety of crises
- Develop the basics of a crisis management plan
- Identify terroristic threats
- Identify evaluation procedures for a crisis management plan
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