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Drills and Exercise Planning and Development
Geared for those who must evaluate training plans, drills and other operational factors during extreme conditions. A series of table-top and field evaluations are designed and tested. Exposes students to armed forces style combat training type stress. Upon completion student will be able to design, development and conduct live, virtual and constructive (LVC) drills and exercises that include “best practices” from a security perspec...
August 4-6, 2020
Organizer: Haines Security Solutions
Location: Naval Base Ventura County, CA
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Why Mezzanine Helps Achieve the Best Si...
With teams distributed around the country, federal agencies need to collaborate effectively. Remote meetings are the new standard, and they require participants to share and view content in real-time. With current collaboration solutions, only one person can share content at a time, resulting in poor engagement and making situational awareness difficult. Oblong's Mezzanine solution allows you to share 10 live streams of information simultaneou...
August 18, 2020
Organizer: Oblong Government Team at Carahsoft
Location: Webcast
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Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Analy...
A variety of five qualitative and quantitative methodologies are discussed in detail. Students will learn the differences between qualitative and quantitative risk analysis. They will use a variety of methodologies by evaluating single or multiple buildings and critical infrastructure nodes. Three full days of field evaluations assessing lighting, electric systems, drinking water, infrastructure and perimeters are an integral part of this ...
September 8-10, 2020
Organizer: Haines Security Solutions
Location: Ft Mc Coy, WI
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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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