Does your business have a ‘Sixty Second Security' plan?
Safer Business Network would like to reveal what questions should be asked for the ‘Sixty Second Security’ plan which improves reactions to emergency situations.
Counter-Terrorism Policing are asking businesses to think about their contingency plans , asking them to draw up a ‘Sixty Second Security’ plan which has the power to improve their reaction to emergency situations.
Designed to be a quick checklist, it requires businesses to ensure all their staff know the answers to simple questions such as:
Who is appointed to make decisions on the shop floor, and do they know what they’re doing?
How do you enter and exit the building in an emergency?
How do you lock down quickly?
Where can you hide?
How do you communicate and how do you stay updated if you find yourself in an RHT scenario?
Have you briefed your staff?
Members can also complete Counter Terrorism training online via the ACT Awareness E-Learning platform. Chief Superintendent for Specialist Operations Nick Aldworth believes ‘All staff working in crowded places – not just those who have a security role – can follow the ACT Awareness e-Learning course and be in a stronger position to help protect themselves, colleagues and the public'.