Preparing for the Unpredictable: Emergency Preparedness and the SAFETY Act Journey

Ashley Merrell| June 27, 2018

Being prepared for active threats is mandatory in today’s standards, whether operating a school district, a hospital or a municipality. To encourage the development and deployment of anti-terrorism products and services, the US Homeland created the SAFETY Act (Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies). What does the SAFETY Act mean to facility management teams in regard to liability protections? Join us to hear risk management expert John Petrone highlight what the SAFETY Act means to facilities, and discuss the Act’s applicability through development, optimization and resiliency.
Join us on Friday, July 13, 2018 @ 1 PM

Moderated by: 

Amy Rock,

Web Editor,
Campus Safety Magazine

John Petrone II, Attorney,

Petrone Risk

David Trask, National Director, Facilities Technology, ARC

This webinar will discuss how to:
  •  How the SAFETY Act provides a safe environment for analysis and decision making
  •  How to deploy Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technologies (QATT)
  •  Strategies for developing and applying a Security Program and Emergency Operations Plans
  •  Best practices for identifying resiliency of plans, including identification of the Ready for Use and Immediate Accessibility of the Plan as well as the capabilities in providing real time updates