Education & Healthcare Security Forum

The Education & Healthcare Security Forum is specifically targeted for security professionals in the Education and Healthcare sectors. This event facilitates focused discussions with vendors offering the latest technologies and innovative solutions.

Upcoming Event Dates

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Cherissa Irvin – Event Manager
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Kayla Willis – Event Coordinator
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Brittany Kehrt – Delegate Coordinator
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Madeline Kinney – Event Coordinator
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Education & Healthcare Security Forum in Philadelphia, PA
October 2 & 3, 2017

Event Workshops Include...

See Something, Say Something
Presented by James Marcella- Axis Communications

The popular public safety campaign “See Something, Say Something" has acted as force multiplier urging everyone to take an active role in protecting their community. Video surveillance systems play a role in this force multiplier equation as well. But while it excelled as a tool to “see something," historically it lacked the audio capabilities to “say something." Those days, however, are numbered. New audio-augmented systems are significantly increasing the effectiveness of surveillance systems to deter crime, and improve public safety.

In this session attendees will learn about how to increase the effectiveness of video surveillance systems by:
• Increasing the deterrence by adding audio capabilities
• Navigating the legal mine field of adding audio to your systems
• Understanding the technical skills for successful deployment (Hint: you already have them)
• Implementing “Audio Analytics" to proactively identify threats


Crisis Management & Planning for the Mobile Age
Presented by Herb Crawford – Director of Sales, SchoolDude

As professionals in the education industry, your top priority is the safety of students, faculty, and staff.  Although you may feel your current crisis plans are adequate, it’s important to be aware of the restrictions and problems that may arise from purely analog communication systems. Binder-based plan documents can be useful for training purposes, but in the event of an actual emergency, when time is the most precious resource you have, do all staff and faculty have access to the binder, poster or emergency flipchart?  What can you do to keep your plans relevant?

Crisis Management & Planning for the Mobile Age will compare efficacy of paper safety plans versus mobile safety plans, identify gaps and breakdowns in traditional safety plans, demonstrate "duty of care" in an increasingly mobile society and guide you through the design and execution of a more comprehensive crisis management strategy.


Low Energy Operators, Exit Devices and Exit Alarms
Presented by Tim Shafer - Marketing Manager, Detex Corporation

This informative course will cover:

   • When and where to specify

   • Understanding requirements of the application

   • What products to use that will give the best value and provide a

      correct and complete installation

   • What will be needed for the designated installation location;

      Recognition of possible installation problems and what will be  needed to overcome            these problems

   • The installation and usage of all other support equipment that may

  be required such as electrified panic hardware, wireless push  button, etc.


Pathway to Modernized Security…Active Shooter Risk Mitigation
Presented by Tony Sparks, President of Phantom Services

To reduce the risk of an Active Shooter requires three critical elements.  First, a cultural change in security prevention and awareness.  Second, the integration of new and existing technologies as management tools to deny access.  Third, training and integration of the hospital staff / educational faculty with the first responders to ensure there is a complete understanding of everyone’s actions in a crisis.    

 The focused areas that will be addressed are: 

 -  Technical, Physical & Operational Enhancements
 -  Passive and Active Defensive Measures
 -  Interdiction Measures
 -  Emergency Response Management
 - Development and implementation of a Playbook
 - Interactive seminars with the entire staff on the latest techniques for Run - Hide - Fight 

 Task:  Ensure standardization and continuity from the EOC to the Charge Nurse.  This is paramount in a crisis. 

 Goal:  Transforming from a culture of customer service to customer security and service. 


Construction & Security Trends in 2016 and Beyond…’Learn how these business segments are evolving with technology’
Presented by Kevin Hendershot, PSP Director of Strategic Integrator Partnerships, of Assa Abloy

Learn about:

 

  • The changing construction world…operating more efficient.
  • LEED & Sustainability…how is security becoming involved?
  • Cell Phones, Credentials and Access Control

Venue

Philadelphia Airport Marriott

One Arrivals Road
Philadelphia, PA 19153
215-492-9000

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Philadelphia, PA

October 2 & 3, 2017

Areas Covered

  • Access Control
    Barriers, Biometrics, Card Readers, Gates & Fencing, ID Cards, Key holding, Locks and Locking Systems, Manned Guarding, Mobile Communications, Security Doors, Security Field Checkpoints, Smart Cards, Visitor ID Systems
  • CCTV
    Alarm Systems, Body Worn Cameras, Cameras, Digital Multiplexers, Digital Video Recorders, IP Systems, Monitors, Networked Storage Systems, Remote Video Monitoring, Sensors, Thermal Imaging, Transmission Equipment, Video Analytics, Video Servers
  • Emergency
    Bullet Proof Supplies, Business Continuity, Conflict Resolution Training, Crisis Management, Crisis Prevention Training, Detection/Protection Alarms, Duress Alarms, Emergency Notification Systems, Mass Notification, Wireless Panic Buttons
  • Perimeter
    Asset Tracking, Building Management, Card Readers, Compliance, Concealed Weapons Detection, Document Destruction, Emergency Alert Systems, Explosive Detection Systems, Fire Safety, Internet & Network, POS Devices, Security Wands, Surge Protectors, System Integrators, Turnstiles
  • Security Personnel
    Patrol, Patrol Verification Systems, Sensors
  • Specialist
    Batteries, Bullet Proof Glass, Computer Security, Corporate Threat Assessment & Management, Covert Surveillance, Drug Testing, Employee Screening, Executive Protection, Facial Recognition, Fiber Optic Devices, First Aid/Emergency Equipment, Integrated Systems, License Plate Recognition, Parking Systems, Safes, Security Consultants, Substance Abuse, Uniforms

Confirmed Vendors