Terrorist attacks occur more frequently all over the world and each time the attacker uses our own weaknesses against us. Training your entire work force to better understand the situation will make your facility less attractive for the attacker to choose it as a potential target. In this program we teach people without any police or military background how to be more aware, how to look at things in a different way, how to recognize anomalies, what is suspicious behavior and of course, how to respond to it within the means available to them. Your entire work force is the first responders and these people do matter in case of a threat. Identifying and recognizing a dangerous situation at an early stage will save lives and mitigate the impact of an attack.
Employers, HR, WSH Professionals, developers, main contractors, sub-contractors, professional engineers, resident technical officers, safety consultants, construction industry professionals or anyone who is interested in this topic
1.Terrorism – Introduction to the threat.
2. Lone wolf attacks
3. How does the adversary choose his or her target
4. The tools an adversary may use
5. Who is the aggressor
6. Possible warning signs
8. Security measures
9. Emergency response to a terrorist attack
10. Case studies
11. Demonstration of improvised explosive devices and components
Mr Peretz is a high skill security professional with over 19 years’ experience in security management with the focus on counter terrorism. He has been taking leading role in counter terrorism consultation project for one of the installations that were attacked by the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist group in Mumbai on the 26/11/08.
Mr Peretz is also the program director for Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner, CCTP, a professional development program towards credentials, which is demonstrable proof of knowledge and expertise in terrorism prevention. He is also the founder and Operational Director of Counter Terrorist Magazine Asia pacific Edition. As the Security & Regional Export Control Senior Manager – North and South America he designed, developed, installed and supervised a trade compliance system, export control, import compliance and supply chain security (C-TPAT) systems in addition to several other key achievements in the region. He Was Head of Security Asia Pacific (Shanghai) in 2006, and senior security agent; Embassy of Israel- Singapore, in Israel Ministry of foreign affairs and was part of the commanding force in the pull-out operation from Lebanon in 2000.
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