Threats to multinational corporations come in two forms: natural and man-made. This book illustrates the types of risks that confront corporations when working outside of North America. It provides key tools and understanding that are required to do business in a safe and secure manner, no matter the level of risk. It walks through a logical framework for safety and security program development from Day One.
Providing a blueprint for establishing a safety and security program, this book explains how to:
- Identify natural and man-made risks, liabilities and security threats to employees and assets outside of the country
- Create pre-deployment training programs to provide personnel with resources to keep them safe
- Establish policies, procedures, programs and technologies for locating employees around the world at a moment’s notice
- Gear programs towards employees who do not feel the need to be protected
- Develop commingling crisis management and security plans for overseas projects
- Liaison with foreign law enforcement, government agencies and militaries, and how to best utilize U.S. and Western government resources
Product DetailsCOPYRIGHT 2009
Hardcover, 366 PAGES
Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1: Challenges to Security Management in Companies with Global and High-Risk Operations
- Chapter 2: Travel Tracking and Intelligence Issues: It's 3:00 a.m. - Do You Know Where Your Expats Are?
- Chapter 3: Risk Assessment Methodologies: The 5:00 p.m. Friday Telephone Call - "We've Got a Project Kicking Off Monday in Colombia"
- Chapter 4: Protecting People Who Don't Believe They Need to Be Protected: "I Would Prefer to Go Low Profile"
- Chapter 5: Security, Crisis Management, and Evacuation Planning: The 2:00 a.m. Friday Telephone Call - "The Missiles Are Flying All around Us!"
- Chapter 6: Crisis Management Do's and Don'ts: Pushing the Crisis Button
- Chapter 7: Protecting People and Assets around the World: From Green Acres to the Green Zone
- Chapter 8: Predeployment and Security Awareness Training: "Tell Me Everything I Need to Know about This Country in about 15 Minutes"
- Chapter 9: Establishing and Maintaining Contact and Coordination with Local, Regional, and International Authorities: "We Need a Favor, We Have People in Your Country That We Need Evacuated Now!"
- Chapter 10: Benchmarking International Crisis and Security Management: "Give Me One Good Reason Why Our Company Needs to Do This"
- Chapter 11: Maximizing Your Security and Crisis Management Efficiency: "How to Be All Things to All People, and Keeping It Real"
- Appendix A: Emergency Management Plan
- Appendix B: General Strike/Protest Overview
- Appendix C: Bomb Threat Procedures
- Appendix D: Security, Safety, and Evacuation Plan
- Appendix E: Workplace Violence Procedures