What is a Soft Target? Emergency Planning and Security Considerations

Posted: Dec 03, 2018

This FREE program is presented by the Department of Homeland Security and the Colorado Information Analysis Center and will discuss the following:

  • Threats facing soft targets across the country, around the world and across industries.
  • Common vulnerabilities of soft targets.
  • Suggested emergency and security planning considerations for soft targets.
  • Procedural and physical security measures.
  • Resources to assist soft targets pursue additional actions.

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Working Minds Suicide Prevention in the Workplace

Posted: Nov 30, 2018


Last month the CDC released a report that deaths by suicide among American workers is on the rise, and ranking construction as the industry with the highest suicide rates.

What can an employer do to increase psychological safety in their workplace? One place to start is to train employees on some important skills and practices. On January 25th, 2019 from 8:30-5:00PM, we are sponsoring a “Working Minds Train-the-Trainer Certification Course” at Community Room at Poudre Valley REA, 7649 Rea Parkway, Fort Collins, Colorado 80528.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT DEADLINE IS January 15th (after this price increases).

Tickets are limited to the first 30 people who register. 

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Safety Matters Trainer Session

Posted: Nov 17, 2018

On January 15 from 12:00 – 2:00 PM, a Train-the-Trainer session will be held regarding the Safety Matters initiative. Safety Matters is a program to raise awareness among young people about workplace safety and health and to provide an understanding of the skills they need to become active participants in creating safe and healthy work environments. The session will be held in the Environmental Health Building on the CSU campus. Members from AIHA-RMS and ASSP-RMC will be there to learn the material and discuss opportunities to present in front of young workers. The time commitment is minimal and the reward of influencing young workers on safe behaviors goes without saying. Register today. Space is limited.

Additional info on the Safety Matters initiative can be found here.

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