George Mason UniversityGeorge Mason University will host a seminar presentation to explore your options of interest in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) PS-Prep Program.

Disaster Recovery, Disaster Preparedness, Business Continuity Planning, Organizational Resilience, Private Sector Preparedness, and Supply Chain Continuity, are all concepts that have become increasingly important during a period of increasing disaster related weather events, geo-political upheaval, and/or supply chain disruptions — and — the U.S. FEMA and DHS have now finalized a PS-Prep Standard to better align the private sector’s preparedness to those kinds of incidents and/or events.

This seminar will explore how to become compliant or certified to the PS-Prep program as enacted in Public Law 110-53.  This presentation will be given by Lisa DuBrock, and, will be held on November 13, 2012, at 6:30 PM, located at 4031 University Drive, Suite 100, Fairfax VA 22030.

Additionally this seminar will provide an overview of the various standards that have been adopted by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in the PS-Prep program — i.e. NFPA 1600, BS 25999-2 and ASIS SPC.1 —and, the cost to attend the seminar is U.S. $50.00.

The presentation will address the differences and similarities between these standards.  And, it is the objective of the seminar to leave you with a firm understanding of the total PS-Prep program and its standards along with leaving you with an outline for a “cost effective” and ‘ fit for purpose” implementation strategy to allow you to comply with those PS-Prep requirements.

Lisa DuBrock is a frequent contributing writer for this website.

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