As organizations begin calling staff back to the workplace, security leaders need to navigate the complexity of re-integrating a workforce and essential workers into their facility safely and securely. With new requirements for a pandemic response to a pandemic “renewal” process including health screening questions, vaccination or health attestations, liability waivers and hygiene stations play a critical role in the re-entry process. Organizations are faced with questions about the future of workplace safety, as the return to traditional workplaces has uncovered many unforeseen and new risks in the time of COVID-19.
What lessons have been learned over the past year, and what current security trends can be applied by security professionals as they think through the next stage in their strategic plans?
Register for this webinar and discover how operations, facilities, HR, and security staff are implementing solutions to support a more inclusive security approach and preparing for unknown and unforeseen threats beyond the pandemic.
Key topics for discussion:
- Current and future measures for advancing security measures for employees and contingent workforces
- New safety and compliance considerations to help organizations prepare and support the workplace of the future
- Recommendations for working with the right solution partners for building organizational resilience
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
Director Global Security
Strategy Traction Guest
Brian Phillips is a veteran physical security executive with expertise spanning multiple global roles for Fortune 500 companies. He has deep expertise in technology from visitor management to access control, mass notification, and intelligence platforms.
Roger Beharry Lall
VP Product Marketing
Leader of high-growth, disruptive marketing strategy. Over 20 years in leadership roles at Adlib, Think Research, BlackBerry, ISM-BC (IBM Subsidiary) and Lift&Co. Frequent commentator on issues of business, innovation, and growth.
*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.