|2019 NPA Webinar Series
On Demand Webinar | Recorded September 18, 2019
NPA Members: $35 / Nonmembers: $55
By their nature critical incidents like an active shooter can’t be predicted, but they can be planned for, trained on, and learned from, to ensure a better response for the next time. This informative webinar will outline the key steps that parking operators should take to deal with an active shooter situation at their parking facility. This program will demonstrate how to build an incident management plan, manage the communications strategy, and liaise with first responders, consumers, client, and employees.
It will also examine how to prepare for what to do in the first 15 minutes of an incident, how and when to manage business continuity and what steps to take to recover from an active shooter situation from investigative processes to employee engagement and recovery programs.
This is a one-hour session with 45-50 minutes of presentation and remaining 10-15 minutes for interactive Q&A with attendees.
Director of Risk Management
Park N Fly
Robert Jones serves as the Director of Risk Management for the Atlanta, Ga based Park N Fly. A former police sergeant and with 10 plus years of risk management experience, Robert has a track record of building strong loss control programs that reduce claims across the board in the transportation and hospitality markets. Robert also specializes in workers’ compensation claims control, collaborating with Human Resources on a broad range of employee-focused safety, loss control education and risk mitigation programs.
Participants in this webinar will qualify for 1 continuing education (CE) hour towards the CPP designation.
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