Picket Line Security and Evidence Gathering During a Strike
This course offers company management an overview of what types of activity and tactics to expect related to picket lines during a labor dispute. We explain what strike security measures need to be planned for and implemented, and how they vastly differ from just adding a few more guards to the everyday security team. The course offers suggestions regarding physical property adaptations as well as employee training and security policy modifications. Evidence gathering and documentation are reviewed as they relate to strike misconduct around picket lines and securing injunctive relief.
- Preparations for a Strike
- Operating During a Strike
- Picket Line Activity Protected and Forbidden
- Physical Security During a Strike
- Unique Security Challenges
- Coordination of Emergency Services
- Evidence Gathering and Documentation
- Transitions After the Strike
In completing this course, an individual will have the knowledge of how to prepare and operate during a strike and how to gather evidence and assemble documentation.
Personalized certificate awarded upon successful completion of course and final test.
Who Should Take this Course:
Security Managers, Crisis Management Team members, HR personnel and Operations Managers, Emergency Response personnel, and anyone committed to enhancing their professional skills in relation to ASIS, HRCI and SHRM.
The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.
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Price: $139.95 USD
Group Price: Contact for Rates
Course Length: 01:22:59
A computer with internet access; Microsoft Silverlight installed; iPad's are not currently supported.
1. Online course
2. On-site training available for large groups
Course Completion Timeline: You will have 180 days to complete this course after enrolling
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