Protective Measures (PER-336)

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Description: The Protective Measures course provides the foundational knowledge to identify risks and vulnerabilities to a facility, venue, or event and identify various types of protective measures to mitigate an IED threat. Participants apply concepts introduced throughout the course with hands-on activities.
Course Length: This is a one-day training covering the following topics:

         - Overview of explosives effects

         - Identifying risks

         - Protective measures

         - Determining the appropriate protective measures 

         - Special event and public gathering security
Audience: This course is designed for groups up to 25 participants and is intended for audiences such as:

- Critical infrastructure owners and operators

- Public safety officers

- Emergency managers

- Security officers

- Law enforcement officers

- Private sector security professionals

Accreditation: 0.7 CEUs towards IACET and 7 CEUs towards POST if the student's state approves.
Recommended Prerequisites

- AWR-337: IED Explosive Effects and Mitigation

- IS-156: Building Design for Homeland Security for Continuity of Operations

- IS-15.b: Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies

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Identify risks
Apply Concepts
Hands-on Activities