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Our Corporate Security Enhancement program training is an integral part of any corporate security initiative.
All too often, access control is left to security personnel and systems, and the vital role of all other staff in a facility is overlooked. Security measures alone do not ensure a safe or secure workplace. Involving your employees not only improves security, but also gives them a sense of responsibility and control in maintaining a safe and secure environment. It is essential for staff to be motivated to consider corporate safety training plans and picture themselves responding positively to the possibilities.
Online Training | Corporate Security Enhancement Program
Personal safety is an important subject for anyone whether on or off the job. ARETE’s corporate safety training is suited for employees who may or may not have contact with customers or clients, and offers them the opportunity to enhance personal safety in their daily life as well as in their work environment.
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What We Cover
ARETE’s thought provoking and practical Corporate Security Enhancement Program training encourages a shift in how employees view potential threats at work and outside of work. Employees realize that by recognizing the possibilities and having realistic plans, they can enhance their personal safety while reducing anxiety. The human element in security is often overlooked and having motivated employees, who are aware of security plans and have the tools to manage baseline security threats is imperative. A collaborative approach to corporate security enhances your organization’s Corporate Security Program and gives your employees the confidence that their workplace cares about their safety.
- Workplace Awareness
- Trusting and Acting on Intuition
- Responding to Suspicious Behaviors
- Engaging those without Staff Identification
- Recognizing and responding to warning signs
- Following Emergency Response Plans
- Lockdown and Armed Assailant
- Suspicious Packages, Phone Threats, Bomb Threat Evacuation
- Informing Others and Documenting Incidents
- Personal Safety Strategies for the Commute