Facility Management - Shelter-in-Place - (CIYFM004)


Overview: Participants work as the facility management team for a fictional company. Suddenly, a loud BOOM shakes your building - a news report blares, “... bombing ... all area buildings must Shelter-in-Place ...”. Now the chaos begins. There are unsettled and angry employees, radiation detected and employees needing medicine. How will the team handle the situations that arise when employees and guests are forced to stay inside for a long period of time? How will they keep the tenants inside and keep the outsiders from getting in? 

Exercise Focus: Emergency Response / Shelter-in-Place / Building Operations 

Delivery: This Conduct It Yourself Tabletop Exercise will be delivered electronically within 48 hours. You will receive an email from HighTail.com with instructions on how to download your exercise

Upcoming Events

July 28, 2016

     Puget Sound Chapter of ALA
     Seattle, WA
     Expect the Unexpected - From Planning to Preparedness 
                    (BC Planning then a Tabletop Exercise)

September 7, 2016

     CH&LA Security Alliance Forum & Expo      
     Irvine, CA
     Disaster Experience QuickFire 
                    for security professionals.

September 18, 2016

     DRJ Fall World 2016
     Phoenix, AZ
     Disaster Experience - a mock disaster exercise

October 31, 2016

     NFM&T Vegas      
     Las Vegas, NV
     Disaster Experience - a mock disaster exercise 
                    12:00pm - 4:00pm

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06/29/2016 - RISK

A comprehensive risk management strategy enables an organization to identify, assess, manage and/or mitigate various risks. It provides a method by which you can prioritize specific risks and determine how to allocate resources. As we all know, there are many types of risk, internal and external, that may impact operations. This issue addresses ways to deal with these various types of risk.