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Clariden Leadership Institute
Security Management for Major Events and Public Venues (London)
Barry Moss
BWM Consulting Ltd
Barry Moss, BWM Consulting Ltd
  • Certified Security Consultant
  • Emergency Planning Society Professional Working Group Chairman
  • Member of the Association of Internal Control Practitioners
  • Delivered counter-terrorism planning solutions to UK National Model Response Programme through drafting, standardizing and validating Site Specific Plans for cities of over 350k population, airports, ports, and for all 2012 Olympic venues, to include specific operational concepts and specialist plans for the latter

 

Mr. Barry Moss is a Certified Security Consultant and crisis management, security, and CBRN counter-terrorism subject matter expert with experience working in emergency management, resilience, and security. He is the Chairperson of the Emergency Planning Society CBRN Professional Working Group, as well as Military Reservist Officer working in specialist CBRN. Barry is also lecturing at university of Wolverhampton on the Emergency Management MSc course. He has been assisting national and international governments with counter-terrorism capability development activities in East Africa and the Caribbean, as well as developing major Incident response plans for the UK Environment Agency.

 

In addition, Barry delivered counter-terrorism planning solutions to UK National Model Response Programme through drafting, standardizing and validating Site Specific Plans for cities of over 350k population, airports, ports, and for all 2012 Olympic venues, to include specific operational concepts and specialist plans for the latter.

 

Prior to this, Barry spent 25 years in the UK Military followed by 6 years in the civil resilience sector. He is identified as a genuine cross-over specialist, taking the best aspects of both sectors to craft unique solutions to complex problems. Whilst serving in the military, Barry’s specialist CBRN unit was awarded the Government’s Chief Scientific Advisor’s Commendation for achievements under his command. Barry was also specially selected to be seconded to the Home Office for national major counter-terrorism incident response planning and exercising, including for the 2012 Olympics.

 

Testimonials

"A true professional with exceptional knowledge for both training needs and advisory service" - Health & Safety Manager, Basildon Borough Council

 

"Barry’s comprehensive post-intervention recommendations were fair and provide a sound basis for work going forward. Overall, the whole experience has been very worthwhile. All elements have provided valuable input to the development of our plans, as well as introducing new thinking and approaches." - General Manager, National Exhibition Centre

Program Summary

This interactive and dynamic session will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to develop your own organizational resilience to address extreme threats such as attacks on your people, infrastructure and outputs. This program will arm you with the ability to plan and prepare to cope with the unique challenges and demands associated with responding to, managing, and recovering from attacks ranging from disturbed individuals to terrorists.

 

Led by the Chairman of Emergency Planning Society Professional Working Group (EPS), Mr. Barry Moss will offer interactive and modular approaches that will be adapted to meet the specific needs of your organization. These include incorporating presentations, plenary discussions, exercises as well as the development of response & recovery and capability development plans to counter the security threat.

 

You will also be guided with proven strategies to hone your security platform with threat-based approaches in planning and capability development that explores incidents from a terrorist instigator perspective to give you a unique view of an attack at a specific location.

 

At the end of the course, you will gain insights on how to commence or enhance the production of a response and recovery plan which includes how to minimize the effects of an attack, meeting the key principles of saving saveable lives and mitigating the impact of the incident to reduce the cost associated with recovery.



Programs, dates and locations are subject to change. In accordance with Clariden Global policy, we do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national or disability in admission to our programs.

Introduction

Hard targets like military bases, embassies, government offices, airports and so on are better protected than decades ago. A shift has now occurred with attacks on “lifestyle” targets becoming increasingly common. In recent years, we have seen terror attacks that have caused horrific casualties such as the explosion outside Stade de France, Paris, Manchester Arena bombing, Las Vegas shooting and so on. Modern terrorists are working differently and no longer only go after hard targets. Not only because security at these areas has been strengthened compared to previously, but also because terrorists targets are often determined by what is feasible and not by what fits a master plan. Their inability to gather valuable pre-attack intelligence makes it hard for them, thus they turn to lone-wolf attacks at public venues which would be more convenient yet a deadly target.

 

Led by the Chairman of Emergency Planning Society Professional Working Group (EPS), Mr. Barry Moss will provide you with interactive and modular approaches adapted to meet the needs of your organization. These include incorporating presentations, plenary discussion, exercises and the development of response & recovery and capability development plans to counter the security threat. You will also be guided with proven strategies to hone your security platform with threat-based approaches in planning and capability development that explores incidents from a terrorist instigator perspective to give you a unique view of an attack at a specific location.

 

By the end of this exclusive course, you will gain insights on how to commence or enhance the production of a response and recovery plan which includes how to minimize the effects of an attack, meeting the key principles of saving save-able lives and mitigating the impact of the incident to reduce the cost associated with recovery.

What You Can Expect

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Gain unique perspective on how to prepare for unexpected hostile incursion and how to react before the emergency strikes
  • Utilize threat-based analysis to derive and justify a response that meets the unique demands of a particular site or organizational approach
  • Identify the impact and consequences of an attack, determine the risk and identify what preventative measures should be implied
  • Explore more cost-effective and efficiently planned, resourcing, training and testing methods to give appropriate confidence in what might be achieved
  • Commence writing a recovery plan and make the necessary links to residual risk, pre-attack preparation, and gaining senior management support

Who Will Benefit Most

This program has been specifically designed for individuals with accountability for the overall security of the organization. It is not just limited to staff with location-specific security responsibility, but also for security professionals with leadership outcome deliverables during an attack.

Program Outline

08:30 - 18:00 | 5 July 2018

Day 1

 

Session 1 - Threat Vectors

  • Understanding of what the threat consists of, how it may be realized, and the need to understand risk and vulnerability analysis

Session 2 - Red Team Threat Analysis

  • Conduct a threat assessment of a specific location from the attacker’s perspective, deriving a different perspective on an incident and leading to a more responsive plan

Session 3 – Attack Tabletop Exercise

  • Identify attack impacts and consequences, determine the damage that may be realized and what preventative measures are necessary

Session 4 – ‘First Hour’ Organizational Missions & Tasks, Capabilities Required

  • Determine what the organization can achieve before emergency service assistance arrives in order to save lives and limit the damage

 

08:30 - 18:00 | 6 July 2018

Day 2

 

Session 5 - Response Tabletop Exercise

  • Explore what response is possible; develop an understanding of the limitations of such response and how your organization can interact to increase the effectiveness of assistance

Session 6 – Response Planning and Capability Development

  • Commence writing a response plan and make the necessary links to training and exercising organizational response

Session 7 - Recovery Tabletop Exercise

  • Consider what your organization can do to prepare for, and facilitate recovery from, an attack. Determine what activities are worth investing in and which are not

Session 8 – Recovery Planning and Residual Risk

  • Commence writing a recovery plan and make the necessary links to residual risk, pre-attack preparation, and gaining senior management support

 

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Venue: Farringdon - The Hatton, London
Date: 5-6 July 2018
Faculty: Barry Moss
Early Bird 1: £1,195 (by 14 May 2018)
Early Bird 2: £1,395 (by 11 June 2018)
Regular Fee: £1,495
Group Discount: 2nd participant get 10%, or register 3 participants and 4th participant get a complimentary seat
(1 discount scheme applies)
Contact: mandy.denver@claridenglobal.org
 
 
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