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Physical Security Engineering Convergen...
With electronic technologies quickly converging in the physical security vertical it is paramount to understand; first, the basics of physical security, ssecondly, how this new technology will effect the physical security landscape of the future, and thirdly, how the correct physical security environment can actually enhance the technology's effectiveness. Every good physical security program starts with assessing and quantifying criticality,...
January 6-10, 2020
Organizer: Haines Security Solutions
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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Security for Architects and Engineers
(SAE) Security for Architects and Engineers – This 2-day course explores principles developed over the last twenty years in the “social behavior” arena. The same concepts that effect positive social engineering are duplicated in designing inhabited spaces to cause people to do what you want them to do. Students will learn to design “from the curb inward” and incorporate overlapping threat prevention principles. We...
January 24-25, 2020
Organizer: Haines Security Solutions
Location: Ventura, CA
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Security Lighting: Influencing Positive...
This workshop examines the relationships between theory, energy conservation, and social and environmental factors for man-made and natural light applications. Two full days focus on the effective use of lighting the environment to augment other forms of security technology. The effects of light on human physiological and psychological behavior are discussed in detail.
February 28-29, 2020
Organizer: Haines Security Solutions
Location: Ventura, CA
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Security Criteria Development: Exceedin...
A three-day workshop intensely focused on writing criteria for antiterrorism, continuity-of-operations (COOP) and resiliency, information security, physical security, operational security plans and operating procedures to meet government requirements. What should be included in each type of plan is discussed in detail. Students will learn how to translate company policy into the five functional areas of every good plan. They will also learn ho...
March 3-5, 2020
Organizer: Haines Security Solutions
Location: Tampa, FL
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Access Control Cepts and Entry Control...
Similar to the Maintaining Control Workshop conducted by the US Army Surface Deployment and Distribution Traffic Engineering Agency, this class is intended for government, military and contractor SECURITY or ENGINEERING personnel involved in designing entry control facilities. The curriculum focuses on the design features required for the effective and efficient operation of access control points at installation perimeters and controlled areas...
March 24-26, 2020
Organizer: Haines Security Solutions
Location: Naval Base Ventura County (Port Hueneme), CA
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Webinar: The State of the Practice of D...
This course will survey dam breach analysis methods currently in use. Difference in methodology, analysis steps, assumptions and results will be described. Specifically, the course will cover hydrologic routing, 1D hydraulic routing, and 2D hydraulic routing. Features of popular software will be summarized, and future advances will be highlighted. What are the five takeaways/learning objectives attendees will receive from this course: What met...
July 14, 2020
Organizer: Association of State Dam Safety Officials
Location: Webcast
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32nd Annual Crimes Against Children Con...
Internationally recognized, the Crimes Against Children Conference is the premier conference of its kind providing practical and interactive instruction to those fighting crimes against children and helping children heal. The conference is presented annually by the Dallas Children's Advocacy Center. The conference is conducted to provide training to those employed by government or nonprofit agencies in the fields of law enforcement, child prot...
August 10-13, 2020
Organizer: Dallas Children's Advocacy Center
Location: Dallas, TX
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Webinar: Low-Level Conduits- What Can G...
Join us on August 11, from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern for Low-Level Conduits – What Can Go Wrong, How to Inspect, How to Repair? This course will provide an overview of commonly observed issues associated with the most common type of spillway for relatively small dams (riser and low-level conduit). Importantly, the presentation will summarize methods to evaluate the condition of existing conduits and present common methods to repair and/...
August 11, 2020
Organizer: Association of State Dam Safety Officials
Location: Webcast
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Webinar: Judgment and Decision-Making i...
Dam engineering is about dams, but is done by and for people. As a result, in order to achieve dam safety, we need to understand not just dams, but also the people (including ourselves) involved in designing, constructing, operating, maintaining, and benefitting from them. Social scientists have been studying people scientifically for more than a century, and we are now at a point historically where the social sciences have generated valuable...
November 10, 2020
Organizer: Association of State Dam Safety Officials
Location: Webcast
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Webinar: Responding to Dam Emergencies
Many dam failures have been averted by dam owners and engineers taking quick and effective action to intervene and stop an active dam failure from progressing. The focus of this webinar is to present the most common failure modes at dams and provide information on actions that can be taken to prevent or delay each failure mode. Case studies will be used to show examples of successful interventions. Actions that could potentially do harm and ma...
December 8, 2020
Organizer: Association of State Dam Safety Officials
Location: Webcast
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