The long standing relationship between Chartis and Risk Control Strategies has been enhanced as RCS takes the lead on all security issues related to industry segments such as Retail, Healthcare, Real Estate/Property Management, Hospitality, Colleges/Universities and Power Generation. In addition, RCS will be providing Chartis with access to their renowned Workplace Violence interactive e-learning training. The software will be made available to Chartis customers in order to better ensure a safe workplace.
Recognizing the need to provide its customers with preemptive security related solutions, Chartis created a multi-tiered process with Risk Control Strategies as a key information provider. From telephonic assessment to on site security analysis and deliverable design, RCS will be utilizing its cadre of former federal and state law enforcement officers, counter terrorism specialists, security engineers, and biological/nuclear analysts to illustrate an accurate vulnerability level and its corresponding threat mitigation plan.
In addition, Chartis will be providing its customers with the internationally respected RCS Workplace Violence Avoidance training program within an online format. For over two decades, the RCS Workplace Violence training program has reached multiple continents educating several hundred thousand professionals and has now been encapsulated in an online medium allowing for its heralded content to be delivered in a more cost effective and expeditious manner. Realizing the probability of risk workplace violence presents to its customers, Chartis wanted to ensure this valuable learning tool was available for those customers seeking a solution for this high risk subject.
College and University Security Services
Campus Security Program Policies and Procedures
Provides a high-level overview of existing programs to determine compliance and gaps.
Campus Threat & Vulnerability Assessment Survey
Identifies campus critical assets, threats to each of the assets, and existing campus risk controls at a program level.
Campus and Building Perimeter Access/Egress Review
Provides an in-depth look at existing movement patterns for visitor, students and staff aboard campus and provides recommendations for security and safety improvement.
Vehicular Movement: Parking and Parking Controls Study
Provides security recommendations for vehicles needing access upon campus, parking, vehicle accountability and physical parking controls for garages and open parking lots.
Crisis and Emergency Management Response Plan Review
Provides a high-level overview of existing programs to determine compliance and gaps for Evacuation, Sheltering, Lockdown and Personnel Accounting.
Mass Notification Plan Review
Provides an assessment, recommendations and gaps regarding alert notification and post notification procedures.
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