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Physical Protection Overview—Seminar (4–8 hours, depending on audience needs)

Description: This seminar provides a basic understanding of physical protection fundamentals, elements of protection, and applications.

Target audience: Managers, staff new to protection-related assignments.

POC: Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

Vulnerability Assessment Overview—Seminar (4–8 hours, depending on audience needs)

Description: This seminar provides an overview of vulnerability or risk assessment of protection programs, including the fundamentals of the vulnerability assessment process and applications.

Target audience: Managers or new staff unfamiliar with protection planning and vulnerability assessment.

POC: Sharon Wagner, 865.241.0876, wagnerss@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

Physical Protection Professional Development—Workshop (2 days, depending on audience needs)

Description: This workshop provides description, examples, and application of the process to select and develop physical protection (security) specialists through lecture, exercises, and discussion.

Target audience: Managers, security managers, human resource specialists.

POCs: Sharon Wagner, 865.241.0876, wagnerss@ornl.gov;
            
Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

Security Systems: Performance Testing Intrusion Detection Systems: How, Why, and WhenSeminar/Workshop (1-3 hours)

Description: A performance testing program for the quantitative validation of electronic detection systems is a DOE Order requirement, but is often overlooked as a rich source of system information. Learn the basics of effective performance testing, management of the data obtained, and integration into vulnerability assessment and maintenance processes.

Target audience: Security practioners, performance testers, vulnerability analysts, or those interested in knowing more about system performance testing.

POC: Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

Security Systems: The Correlation of Intrusion Detection, Assessment, and Alarm Communication and DisplaySeminar/Workshop (1-3 hours)

Description: The design criteria behind detection and assessment systems are often an afterthought for initial security design or existing facility retrofit. This course highlights the elements necessary to consider when selecting components and systems used in an asset protection capacity.

Target audience: Security practioners, design engineers, or those interested in understanding physical protection system background for requirements definition.

POC: Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

Delay Barriers: History, Usage, and Correlation with an Integrated Protection StrategySeminar/Workshop (1-3 hours)

Description: The three legs of an integrated physical protection system are detection, delay, and response. This course explores the element of delay through historical and modern interpretation, provides examples of delay elements against vehicles and personnel, and the integration of delay into a unified protection strategy.

Target audience: Security practitioners, design engineers, or those interested in utilizing delay elements as part of an overall site protection strategy.

POC: Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

Intrusion Detection: Sensor Phenomenology and Real-World PerformanceSeminar/Workshop (1-3 hours)

Description: Attendees at this course will gain valuable understanding about individual performance characteristics of intrusion detection equipment and its interaction with the environment and other components of intrusion detection systems.

Target audience: Security practitioners, design engineers, vulnerability analysts, or those interested in knowing more about intrusion detection equipment and systems.

POC: Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

Introduction to Explosives: Modern Threat; Defensible StrategiesSeminar/Workshop (1-3 hours)

Description: Recent History acknowledges the undeniable preference for explosives by malevolent adversaries to inflict damage on interests at home and abroad. This course provides the background information necessary for security practitioners to understand the basic terms, concepts, usage of explosives against assets, and how to mitigate the risk.

Target audience: Security practitioners, security design engineers, or those interested in knowing more about the use of explosives against vehicles and structures.

POC: Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest

 

ASIS International Physical Security Professional (PSP)Seminar/Workshop 1-18 sessions (up to 18 hours)

Description: If you are planning to take the ASIS International PSP examination, instructor guidance is an important factor for improving test performance. This course can be modified to provide targeted study of each of the topics on the PSP exam.

Target audience: Security practitioners and those interested in certifying for the PSP exam or obtaining recertification credits. 

POC: Dyrk Greenhalgh, 865.241.5631, greenhalghdb@ornl.gov     Register Interest