|Held: May 11, 2012
Duration: 2 hours of presentation and questions & answers
Cost: $129.00 general public
$99.00 for current AIB Certified Food Defense Coordinators*
*Note: This savings is not available online. Please call to register to receive this discount.
The events of 9/11 significantly changed the world as we know it. No longer can any of our critical infrastructures operate in a pre-9/11 manner where the elephant log books were used for recording visits to a facility and generic visitor badges were issued. Terrorist groups, subversives, disgruntled insiders, criminals and others have become more sophisticated in their operations than ever before. Thus, front line personnel such as receptionists, HR managers, front office personnel, and other plant personnel must be trained and educated on how to recognize various forms of identification, as well as how to develop and maintain proper programs for parking, visitor access, suspicious mail and packages.
During this presentation, Rod Wheeler, AIB's Homeland Security, Food and Facility Defense Specialist, will provide real-life examples and case studies of actual attempts by those with ill-intent to gain entry into some of our critical facilities. Further, Mr. Richard Lovas, Association Manager for ISDA, will provide in-depth information on the various types of badges and badging systems available on the market today, along with ways to detect what may be a fake or counterfeit credential. The presentation will also reference the following:
Participants can submit questions to the presenter during the webinar by typing them into the 'Questions' pane on the webinar Control Panel and these will be answered at the end of the webinar as time allows.
Rod Wheeler, Homeland Security, Food and Facility Defense Specialist for AIB International, has developed a series of food security and defense programs to support food processing, manufacturing and retail food outlets. Previously, Mr. Wheeler served as Secretariat of the Food and Agricultural Coordinating Council, which is a national body of Food Industry and Government Leaders. Rod has made more than 300 television appearances as a law enforcement and security expert. Mr. Wheeler's career spans over 25 years, serving many years with the Washington DC police department as a homicide and death investigator.
Rich Lovas has had extensive experience in the plastic card personalization industry. He held the positions of Quality, Product, and Project Management at National Business Systems in Paramus NJ over 25 years. In that time he obtained an expertise in encoding, printing, smart cards, and embossing along with laser engraving.
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