- Social Worker Personal Safety and Situational Awareness Training
- Personal Safety & Security Awareness for Men & Women in the Workplace
- Personal Safety and Security Awareness During Civil Unrest
- Personal Safety and Situational Awareness for Hospice Care Providers and Chaplains
- Travel Safety & Security Awareness Training
- Personal Safety for Case Managers, Home Health Caregivers and Hospice Caregivers
- Lone Worker Personal Safety and Situational Awareness Training Course
- Working from Home. Telecommuting. Home Safety Training
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- Personal Safety and Situational Awareness Training for Front Desk Professionals
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Working from Home. Telecommuting. Home Safety Training
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- It is human nature to drop our guards in the areas we are most familiar and comfortable. Home is one of these places and this is why most car accidents happen less than two miles from where we live.
- Law enforcement reports an uptick in daylight home burglaries and a more brazen element to these crimes, and in some areas we see an increase in home invasion robberies.
- Working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic in some ways makes your home a harder target, and in others a softer target.
- While we should always see home as our sanctuary, it is still important to maintain a relaxed state of awareness with regard to safety and security.
- The goal of this home safety training is to help you make your family and your dwelling more difficult and less desirable as targets especially during this unique period of stay home instructions / work from home protocol.
- Includes telecommuters.
- 90 minutes or 3-hours
- Contact us for private customized safety consulting via WebEx
- Neighborhood Watch Programs
- Virtual office “check in” as part of our communication plan
- Secure login to screen sharing platforms
- Protecting location information
- Remaining cognizant of background during video conferencing
- De escalation. When virtual sessions become contentious. (home health and social workers)
- Recognition of surveillance of the dwelling
- Predictability as a vulnerability when leaving to run essential errands
- If followed home, whats my game plan?
- Why our “grocery run” just became more valuable to the criminal element?
- Online orders. Who is calling to verify my address?
- Security systems. Why 80% are never used
- Authenticating all deliveries
- A visitor at the front door. A stranger on the phone. Ground rules and strategy
- The “safe room”
- Social Media and Location Based Services as a vulnerability
- Family and personal communication plans
- Entertaining and home safety
- Home invasions robberies
A list of home safety tips.