3Ci Global Solutions Ltd. in conjunction with Capstone Fire & Safety Management offer a 2-day seminar for:

  • Day 1: Critical Infrastructure Protections for Hostile Environments, including Active Shooters and Terrorism
  • Day 2: Crisis Communications, Brand Protection, and Business Continuity Management for Hostile Environmental Situations

May 16-17, 2018

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (lunch included)

Capstone Fire & Safety Management Headquarters, 2240 Auto Park Way, Escondido, CA 92029

$375.00 per day or $650.00 for both days

*hotel recommendations provided after registration

Certification/Individual continued professional development –These seminars are endorsed by International Emergency Response Institution Tutors (iERIT). Certificates will be provided to attendees of the 2-day course.

Day One: May 16, 2018

Critical Infrastructure Protections for Hostile Environments, including Active Shooters and Terrorism

This one-day module studies the growing threat of extremism and details new “offensive” responses from law enforcement, fire, EMS, and security bodies. The course is invaluable for individuals or organizations who have a duty to protect people, critical infrastructures, supply chains, and the community at large.

  • Explores the potential causes behind the rise in extremism and why the current procedures and protocols aren’t working.
  • Develop an understanding of how your specific role can be vastly improved by starting key process changes in your workplace.
  • Evaluate, analyze, and improve key policies and procedures surrounding active shooter and terrorist attacks.
  • Learn from responses to terror threats and study the different tactics and techniques to be used to combat increasing threats.
  • Learn how robotics are rapidly becoming immense “game changers” in the counter-terrorist movement.
  • Better understand the business continuity, press and media issues helping industries become better prepared to manage attacks and disruptions.
  • New teachings provide first responders options to take an offensive role at active shooter and terrorist incidents.

Day Two: May 17, 2018

Crisis Communications, Brand Protection, and Business Continuity Management for Hostile Environmental Situations

We must be vigilant, well prepared, and make arrangements to deal with the impact of a major incident or disaster. By remaining alert, not alarmed, we can reduce the ability of terrorists to carry out their threats. Mother Nature has also been wreaking havoc with more natural disasters.  We want to undermine the disruptive events, human or weather created, while continuing to work, trade, and live in a free and tolerant society.

  • Explore the potential break down of crisis communications and methods to reduce those risks.
  • Establish clear objectives ensuring brand protection is maintained in business planning cycles.
  • Key objectives required in drafting a business continuity management program.
  • Prepare for conventional and asymmetric disruptive events in a hostile environment.
  • Maintain critical services and products during a hostile environment situation.
  • Restore non-essential activities before, during, and post hostile environment incidents.
  • Managing the perfect interview during critical times.
  • Perform mock scenarios with press and media handling.
  • Keep ahead of social media creating focused task objectives.
  • Develop understanding of how your specific crisis and disaster management role can be vastly improved by undertaking Ci6 Emergency Management Engineering key process changes in your workplace.
  • Learn global best practices to evaluate and analyze key disaster response, recovery, policies and procedures.
  • Case study history on different organizational tactics and techniques to use combatting terrorist threats.
  • Learn how robotics are rapidly becoming immense “game changers” in the counter-terrorist movement.
  • Better understand business continuity, press, and media issues that help industries better prepare to manage attacks and disruptions.

About our instructors:

  • 30 year veteran of Royal Canadian Mounted Police, security terrorist, and planning operations
  • Since 1984, involved in numerous forms of emergency response when employed fighting wildfires in the northern part of the Province of British Columbia, Canada,as well as throughout his policing career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Part of the Langley, BC, Emergency Program in advance planning and operations for the police operations in the Emergency Operations Centre.

QFSM, Chill, CIETecRI, MIFireE

  • President and CEO of 3Ci Global Solutions Total Risk Management for Critical Times
  • As ex-Chief Officer he has 40 years’ experience in managing international incidents both natural and human induced disasters
  • He designed Ci6 Emergency Management Engineering Methodology
  • Founder of CMTV Crisis Management Television and Coast to Mountain Television to teach planning and industrial continuity operations on a global scale
  • Author of the published researched report “Preventing Corporate Crisis Freefall”
  • Awarded highest order in the UK FRS – Queens Fire Service Medal (QFSM), for outstanding contributions’ to emergency management

MBE, FEPS, CMIOSH, MBCI, CBCI

  • Managing Director of C4 Resilience Ltd.
  • 23 years military experience focusing upon the security of key installations, mobile assets, personnel and specialist CBRN activities in operational theatres
  • 13 years’ experience, both national and international, in contingency planning, business continuity and incident response within high risk industries, including nuclear, aviation, healthcare
  • A 4th generation Chief Officer
  • Served in the City of San Jose Fire Department, the 10th largest city in the United States
  • Extensive emergency response background from 32 years of public safety service and researching communication failings during emergency incidents

AIETecRI

  • Graduate of Kwantlen University, British Columbia, Canada
  • Diploma in Public Safety and Communications
  • Experience with the police department in the Langley/Vancouver operations centers
  • A published author regarding many facets of public safety and awareness
  • Although wheel chair disabled, she uses her personal experiences to improve the lives of many people with special needs through her own CMTV show production, “Transitions”