July 10 Lunch & Learn: Emergency Planning Services & the All-Hazards Model

By: | May 16, 2018

Emergency Planning Services: The Best Practice, All-Hazards Model
Hosted by Titan Security
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 from 12 – 1 p.m.
500 West Madison (Madison Room in the 3rd Floor Conference Center)
Lunch will be served!
12 – 1 p.m.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Commercial properties are required by ordinance to have emergency plans for their facilities, yet merely meeting the bare-bones basic requirements is no longer enough in an increasingly competitive commercial-space market. The application of best practices from emergency management and disaster science is leading to systemic change within the field. Risk-based planning is leading to expanded safety and security products and services at extremely competitive price points. This seminar will benefit building professionals from an operational standpoint, in overall risk or liability management, and via improved pre-incident mitigation and post-incident recovery.

Emergency planning in large cities is a rapidly evolving service. The emerging best practice known as the all-hazards model takes into account a range of natural, manmade and hybrid threats. This presentation will examine the processes, content and applications of best-in-class emergency planning for commercial properties in greater Chicago.

By attending this seminar, attendees will learn about the:

  • Tangible benefits of thorough emergency planning
  • All-hazards planning concept and the expectation that new all-hazards plans meet the price points of “legacy” fire-specific plans
  • Phases of emergency management and contents of a holistic plan
  • Existing Chicago ordinances

Speaker: Thomas Henkey, Director of Emergency Management at Titan Security Group
The speaker has more than a dozen years of experience in managing security operations in the private and nonprofit sectors. He was previously Senior Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Chicago, with responsibilities including disaster planning and response, as well as special events, physical security, infrastructure, transportation, and antiterrorism analysis. Mr. Henkey is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), a Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM II), and holds undergraduate degrees from St. Louis University and a Master’s Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management from American Military University. His textbook Urban Emergency Management: Planning and Response for the 21st Century was published last year. He is a longtime member of the BOMA Preparedness Committee, and an adjunct instructor with DePaul University and the Fraternal Order of Police.

Lunch & Learn seminars qualify for one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit for graduates of the RPA, FMA and/or SMA designation programs. To earn this credit, please register and attend. Then follow up with BOMA/Chicago to request an official CPD certificate.