Workplace Security Playbook - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780124172456, 9780124172449

Workplace Security Playbook

1st Edition

The New Manager's Guide to Security Risk

Editors: Bob Hayes
Paperback ISBN: 9780124172456
eBook ISBN: 9780124172449
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 6th September 2013
Page Count: 102
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Description

Executive Summary

What Is a Playbook?

Introduction

Chapter 1. Security Performance Guidelines

1.1 Performance Guidelines vs. Standards

1.2 Three-Step Decision-Making Process

1.3 Performance Guidelines

Chapter 2. Elements of a Facility Security Program

2.1 Employee Awareness

2.2 Security Coordinator

2.3 Security Committee

Chapter 3. Surveys and Validations

3.1 Security Surveys

3.2 Validation Testing

3.3 Types of Validations

Chapter 4. Investigation Guidelines

4.1 Goals of an Investigation

4.2 Reporting to Law Enforcement

4.3 Document All Information

4.4 Legal Rights

4.5 Investigative Records and Evidence

4.6 Investigative Resources

4.7 Voluntary Statements

4.8 Surveillance

4.9 Warrants and Subpoenas

4.10 Polygraphs

Chapter 5. Inspection Guidelines

5.1 General Inspection Guidelines

5.2 Inspections Based on Reasonable Suspicion

5.3 Inspections Based on Generalized Suspicion

5.4 Refusal to Cooperate in an Inspection

Chapter 6. Emergency Procedures

6.1 Types of Emergencies

6.2 Security Concerns

6.3 Managing with a Plan

6.4 Reporting

6.5 Evacuation

6.6 Bomb Threats

6.7 Civil Disturbances and Demonstrations

6.8 Natural Disasters

6.9 Strikes and Labor Disturbances

6.10 Medical Emergencies

Chapter 7. Special Security Situations

7.1 Contractors, Vendors, Temporary Employees, and Interns

7.2 Construction Security

7.3 Vacant Properties

7.4 Special Events

Chapter 8. Security Management Resources

8.1 Training and Education

8.2 Professional Associations

8.3 Trade Publications

8.4 Books

Chapter 9. Implementing Your Security Program

9.1 Coordinators

9.2 Security Committee

9.3 Employee Awareness

9.4 Information Security

9.5 Access Controls

9.6 Security Officers

9.7 Security Surveys

9.8 Reporting

9.9 Investigations and Inspections

9.10 Emergency Plans and Contacts

9.11 Special Security Requirements

About Contributing Editor

About Elsevier’s Security Executive Council Risk Management Portfolio

Key Features

  • Chapters are categorized by issues for easy reference, and include the fundamentals of a security program up to high-level procedures
  • Guidelines are specifically designed for companies that have other business functions coordinating security
  • Emphasizes performance guidelines (rather than standards) that describe the basic levels of performance that will strengthen business operations while accommodating what resources are currently available

Readership

Employees who find themselves tasked with security responsibilities but do not necessarily have a background in security; local facility managers under the direction of a corporate security team; and anyone who is responsible for the safety of people, facilities, or assets

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

What Is a Playbook?

Introduction

Chapter 1. Security Performance Guidelines

1.1 Performance Guidelines vs. Standards

1.2 Three-Step Decision-Making Process

1.3 Performance Guidelines

Chapter 2. Elements of a Facility Security Program

2.1 Employee Awareness

2.2 Security Coordinator

2.3 Security Committee

Chapter 3. Surveys and Validations

3.1 Security Surveys

3.2 Validation Testing

3.3 Types of Validations

Chapter 4. Investigation Guidelines

4.1 Goals of an Investigation

4.2 Reporting to Law Enforcement

4.3 Document All Information

4.4 Legal Rights

4.5 Investigative Records and Evidence

4.6 Investigative Resources

4.7 Voluntary Statements

4.8 Surveillance

4.9 Warrants and Subpoenas

4.10 Polygraphs

Chapter 5. Inspection Guidelines

5.1 General Inspection Guidelines

5.2 Inspections Based on Reasonable Suspicion

5.3 Inspections Based on Generalized Suspicion

5.4 Refusal to Cooperate in an Inspection

Chapter 6. Emergency Procedures

6.1 Types of Emergencies

6.2 Security Concerns

6.3 Managing with a Plan

6.4 Reporting

6.5 Evacuation

6.6 Bomb Threats

6.7 Civil Disturbances and Demonstrations

6.8 Natural Disasters

6.9 Strikes and Labor Disturbances

6.10 Medical Emergencies

Chapter 7. Special Security Situations

7.1 Contractors, Vendors, Temporary Employees, and Interns

7.2 Construction Security

7.3 Vacant Properties

7.4 Special Events

Chapter 8. Security Management Resources

8.1 Training and Education

8.2 Professional Associations

8.3 Trade Publications

8.4 Books

Chapter 9. Implementing Your Security Program

9.1 Coordinators

9.2 Security Committee

9.3 Employee Awareness

9.4 Information Security

9.5 Access Controls

9.6 Security Officers

9.7 Security Surveys

9.8 Reporting

9.9 Investigations and Inspections

9.10 Emergency Plans and Contacts

9.11 Special Security Requirements

About Contributing Editor

About Elsevier’s Security Executive Council Risk Management Portfolio

Details

No. of pages:
102
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 2013
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
eBook ISBN:
9780124172449
Paperback ISBN:
9780124172456

About the Editor

Bob Hayes

Bob Hayes has more than 25 years of experience developing security programs and providing security services for corporations, including eight years as the CSO at Georgia Pacific and nine years as security operations manager at 3M. His security experience spans the manufacturing, distribution, research and development, and consumer products industries as well as national critical infrastructure organizations.

Additionally, he has more than 10 years of successful law enforcement and training experience in Florida and Michigan. Bob is a recognized innovator in the security field and was named as one of the “25 Most Influential People in the Security Industry” in 2007 by Security magazine. He is a frequent speaker at key industry events. He is a leading expert on security issues and has been quoted by such major media outlets as the Wall Street Journal and Forbes. Bob is currently the managing director of the Security Executive Council.

Affiliations and Expertise

Managing Director, Security Executive Council; former CSO, Georgia-Pacific