National Parking Association Announces One-Day Threat and Risk Assessment Seminar

Washington, D.C., March 17, 2004 - The National Parking Association (NPA), the nation's first association to serve the parking industry, has developed a valuable new emergency preparedness seminar, Planning Your Security: Logic, Not Luck.
npa.gifAttend this one-day shirtsleeve workshop and learn…

- Why threat assessment drives security planning in today’s world
- The need to evaluate the risks and your site exposure and vulnerability
- How it’s done, by whom and what is the value of what is produced; i.e.:
- Insurance implications
- Liability implications
- Guard staffing and deployment
- Determining security equipment needs
- Justifying what needs to be spent for security
- Judging customer security awareness
- Potential impact of H.R. 3562 and T.RI.A. 2002
- How to work on security essentials with architects… engineers...and developers

Security master planning (you will produce a “boiler plate model” you can take back to your company after the seminar)

Roundtable discussions relative to developing a security master plan predicated on threat assessment and related data
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To register, contact Pat Langfeld at 202-296-4336, ext. 205, or e-mail
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