Facility Executive Live! Addresses Active Shooter Concerns

Occupant safety a concern? Attend this one-day event in Chicago this October that includes a talk on "Workplace Violence And The Active Shooter" for facilities.

The safety of building occupants is paramount to facility management responsibilities, and active shooter and other threats are important concerns. Facility executives who plan and carry out prevention and response procedures for their buildings and sites can help to mitigate these risks, despite the unpredictability of these unfortunate events.active shooter

At Facility Executive Live! on October 3, 2017 in downtown Chicago, an expert in the field will present “Workplace Violence And The Active Shooter” during this one-day conference. Security awareness components of workplace violence and active shooter concerns for commercial office settings, including high-rise buildings, will be discussed. Kroll’s John Friedlander will discuss: warning signs and indicators, response protocols, notification hierarchies, and more. Kroll is a global firm focused on risk mitigation, investigations, compliance, cyber resilience, security, and incident response solutions.

Produced by Facility Executive magazine, the Facility Executive Live! conference comprises six education sessions, meals, and networking with peers and sponsors. Each of the 60-minute sessions is approved for continuing education credits offered by BOMI International.

Recognizing the varied and evolving responsibilities of facility management in all sectors, the Facility Executive Live! conference program covers a range of topics. The $75 registration fee provides facility professionals the robust education program, coupled with the opportunity for networking. The registration rate for student attendees is $35.

The event is being held at the Summit Executive Centre on North Michigan Avenue in Chicago. To register to attend, or to find out more about the above session as well as the other topics to be presented, visit the Facility Executive Live! website today.