Bomb Threat is a DVD training video program that teaches how to manage reports of bomb threats to minimize the disruption of activities while protecting the safety of the community.
Bomb threats are annoying, but must be handled properly to protect the safety of the people within the threatened facility. This training video shows how to manage bomb threats properly in order to minimize the disruption of activities. It is designed for security and maintenance personnel, school officials, building management, government officials, fire, police, crisis management teams and others who may respond to bomb threats as a part of their duties.
Topics covered include:
- The type of locations bombers are most likely to target
- Steps that building management can take to harden the site against becoming a potential target
- Major elements of a bomb incident plan
- Chain of command
- Setting up a Command Center
- Developing a communications plan
- Alerting, evacuation and search procedures
- How to substantiate the threat
- Responsibilities of the on-site emergency manager
- When to order an evacuation
- Coded alerts and low-profile searches
- The role of the bomb squad
- Anthrax scares
- Recognizing a potential bomb
- Searching for secondary devices
Also includes a separate Instructor's CD-ROM.
For international orders, please call 713-621-1100.
|Technical Committee||Sol Bradman, Sgt. Paul Damery (ret.), Det. Jim Geibel, Jack Murphy, Alice Pfeninger, Tom Rancich|
|Course Length||28 minutes|