Workplace Violence Prevention and
Active Shooter Training
In the last 20 years, the Securisks team has conducted training in workplace violence prevention for a variety of associations, groups, and corporations, customizing the experience according to the needs of the client. Your training might include on-site classroom training, security surveys of property and workplace assessments, or something else depending on your current situation. Combining his legal, security, and workplace violence background, Mike Crane understands and teaches both the legal and practical applications needed to ensure that you have an effective workplace violence prevention policy in place—and that that everyone understands it and practices it. Because if a threat of violence is received, your employees know what they need to do because they have practiced their response to the situation.
Mike Crane is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) as designated by ASIS International and is the program leader for their Asset Protection II Security Management Course, with the series culminating in this one-week course. Additionally, Mike has lectured extensively on workplace violence and legal liability in the security industry and taught at Webster University in the graduate program for Security Management. He has also been called as an expert witness in security related litigation.
Mr. Crane was selected to participate in the FBI’s Critical Incident Response Group’s, Workplace Violence Planning Meeting held at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. He was later invited to attend the FBI’s Violence in the Workplace Symposium held in Leesburg, Virginia. This select group of law enforcement and private security leaders helped direct the FBI’s efforts in workplace violence education, prevention and response leading to the publication of the FBI’s Workplace Violence-Issues in Response.
In 2008, Crane co-authored the chapter on Conducting a Site Security Assessment for the American Bar Association’s book, “Preventing and Managing Workplace Violence – Legal and Strategic Guidelines”
Crane was responsible for the development and publication of the first American National Standard on Workplace Violence Prevention published jointly by The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and ASIS International in 2011 and is overseeing a new active assailant standard.