Peter Franklin, TAL Global Managing Director for Physical Security & Risk Assessment is speaking at the ASIS 2010 Security Conference. He will lead the session for Cross Section Liaison, Mitigating Shortfalls in Public / Private Sector Disaster Planning Relationships. This year, the ASIS 56th Annual Security Conference will be held October 12-15, 2010 in Dallas, Texas. As a premiere organization for security professionals with more than 83,000 members worldwide, this conference is one of the most influential events in the field of security today.
Mr. Franklin’s session examines methodology for initiation of positive cross-sector liaison. Practicality of interface between the private sector and public emergency service agencies are exposed to analysis of communications, logistics and resource allocation in a catastrophic event medium. The in-event evolutionary aspects of disaster management will be considered in terms of full-scale, mass-casualty simulations and lessons learned from them. Inherent shortfalls and means to their mitigation in such joint multi-agency operations will be discussed. Supporting photographic and television news video will be also presented.
“This is a top event for security management professionals to gain knowledge”, said Johnathan Tal, President and Chief Executive Officer, TAL Global. “We are happy that Peter has the opportunity to lead a session at ASIS again this year”.
Mr. Franklin’s session will be held on Wednesday, October 13, 2010, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Room D161by (Session 3112).
A video / audio of the session will be posted on the TAL Global website, www.talglobal.com , as soon as it becomes available.
About Peter Franklin
Forrest (Peter) Franklin is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of risk management practices, workplace violence, crisis episode intervention, and premises liability. He is a Fellow at the College of Forensic Examiners Institute; he is Board Certified in security management, disaster preparedness, and homeland security. He has consulted to multi-national corporations, domestic and foreign governments.
Mr. Franklin is an author and educator, and his global security operations protocols are currently disseminated in 39 countries. He developed, implemented and tested catastrophe management programs that contemplate every known kind of disaster, natural or man-made.
Mr. Franklin’s experience spans:
▪ 16 years Corporate Security & Operations
▪ 21 years Workplace Violence Intervention
▪ 8 years Retail Distribution Security
▪ 4 years White Collar Crime Forensic Auditor
▪ 2 year Foreign Government Liaison
▪ 12 years university faculty