Advanced Transport Security Training 2012

Venue: Singapore

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Jan 16, 2012 End Date/Time: Jan 18, 2012
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The security threat to Asia’s public transport systems is real: buses, trains and all transit systems are highly visible targets, operating in high density centres of population and commerce, designed for accessibility and openness. Because of this the threats against them can never be entirely eliminated – but the correct application of strategy, operations and technology can reduce security risk to acceptable levels.

The Advanced Transport Security Training has researched with transport operators and security professionals to address their key transport security priorities. In 2012 we will be focusing on:

Strategy: Preparing for Future Threats; Precinct Design; Vulnerability Assessments.

Technology: Emergency Communications; CCTV; Command Centre Modernisation; Facial Recognition; Screening & Hazardous Materials Detection.

Funding: Building a Business Case for Additional Security Investment; Maximising the Value of Your Existing Security Infrastructure.

Operations: Rider Awareness; Command Officer Training; Frontline Staff Training; Target Hardening; Canine Detection

Programmes: Procedures for Handling Unknown & Dangerous Substances.