Higher Education: Building a Travel Risk Management Program

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Brivo Systems, LLC, Everbridge, Hanwha, Speco Technologies and Winsted
Presented by Khushal Safi

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explore the guidelines, recommendations, and requirements for higher education travel risk management programs.
  2. Discuss critical considerations for communication, reporting, and procedures for travel risk management programs.
  3. Describe how organizations can enhance safety and security through travel risk management.
  4. Pinpoint the key stakeholders within institutions that can enhance travel safety and security.

Credits:

IACET
0.1 IACET CEU*
 
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Training may qualify for related continuing education for recertification activity through NICET. Students may claim one (1) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point per hour of instruction towards their NICET recertification requirement for any sessions that expand their knowledge of the subject matter pertaining to the certifications they hold.
Participants completing this course may be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education credit or CPEs toward ASIS re-certification.

The Joint Committee on the Research Environment (JCORE) recently recommended safety and security practices that will ultimately require institutions to “maintain international travel policies for faculty and staff” going abroad. Building a travel risk management program for universities and higher education institutions requires taking a holistic view of risk and mitigation. Processes and procedures for a mature travel risk management program include preregistration requirements, record-keeping considerations, briefing and communication, electronic device security, and more. Learn how one university built its travel risk management program, identifying potential threats, incorporating existing technology to gain intelligence, and ensuring students and staff receive the assistance they need to stay safe, wherever they are.

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 Khushal Safi, Northeastern University's Director of Global Safety, joined the Northeastern University Police Department in July 2014. In his role, he co-chairs the university's Global Safety and Security Assessment Committee, which coordinates the university’s response to international incidents abroad. He also sits on the OSAC MENA-RC Steering Committee and C-RAD Working Group. Prior to joining Northeastern, Khushal served in a national security and counterintelligence capacity. He traveled throughout the Middle East, Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and Europe coordinating the U.S. Government’s response to terrorist acts and counterintelligence issues.

 

Brivo Systems, LLC
Everbridge
Hanwha
Speco Technologies
Winsted

 

 
Originally published in July 2022

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