Just because you have an executive protection team on your company’s premises, this doesn’t mean employees have no responsibility when it comes to security. Staff members need to be educated in situational awareness practices to maintain optimal safety at work.
What Is Situational Awareness?
Situational awareness means being aware of your surroundings, including the location, people, and events occurring within your immediate vicinity. The idea is to actively scan for potential threats, wrongdoing and suspicious activity. It’s something all executive security personnel are trained in. Staff members from the CEO to entry-level workers should also receive basic risk assessment training.
Make Situational Awareness a Part of the Onboarding Process
One good way to accomplish this safety measure is by having all new employees undergo a basic situational awareness course as part of their orientation.… Read More