MAPPING YOUR FIRM'S RESILIENCY PLAN
This workshop will guide you through key steps to begin your firm’s continuity plan, also known as an “Emergency Response & Resiliency Plan” – a responsible step in the right direction to leadership with a piece of mind.
As a leader, manager, or member of an organization, it's reasonable that a sudden natural or man-made disaster event would lead to scrambling. It’s common that the team’s initial response is to rush around and put short-term measures in place, a sort of band-aid. However this solution is not responsible; it does not arm you with information about your team’s whereabouts or easy process to get in contact them to ensure their safety, how to access servers and bounce back quickly from such stressors to continue generating revenue, nor an idea of how to go about assessing the damage.
The best time to prepare ahead is now, when there is no crisis.
If your firm does not have a continuity plan in place, or if you have tried to begin a plan and not know where to begin, what information to collect, assemble, and communicated to your company, then this is the perfect workshop to get you up and running in the right, responsible direction.
1. Importance of preparing for an emergency.
2. Short term emergency response and long range resiliency planning.
3. Where to begin, information to collect and assemble.
4. Communication of the response plan guidelines within the company.
Wednesday, May 25
100 W. Walnut Street
Pasadena, CA 91124
Participants shall enter Parsons lot from Walnut Street manned gate (north side of property). Guests should pull a ticket and enter the lot. Tickets will be validated at the Security station upon initial entry to the building and at no cost. Tickets will be required to exit the parking lot.
$10 AIA Member pre-registered
$20 Non-AIA Member pre-registered
$25 At the door
free student (w/ valid ID)
Matthew C. Jordan, CPP, MBA
Parsons Corporation, Corporate Security Director
Matt Jordan has over eighteen years experience in the service industry, and has managed teams of service providers in the healthcare, education and entertainment fields. He has extensive experience in the security and parking industries in both operations and marketing, and is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP).
He is the Corporate Security Director for Parsons Corporation, an international engineering and construction management firm. He is responsible for physical security, investigations, business continuity, travel security and executive protection.
Matt gained significant event management experience as the Manager of Public Safety and Parking at the Pasadena Convention Center. Throughout the course of his career, Matt has had the opportunity to coordinate and manage parking and security operations for special events that include concerts, sporting events, graduations, religious services, dignitary visits, company parties, and entertainment industry awards ceremonies.
Matt was a student employee of the California State University Northridge Police Department when the Northridge Quake of 1994 occurred. He gained significant disaster recovery experience in the aftermath of this event, working 12 hours a day for 30 days in a row helping to keep the campus secure.
Matt holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from California State University Northridge and a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of La Verne and is a graduate of the South Bay Regional Public Safety Academy. Matt serves on the board of the Greater Los Angeles Chapters of ASIS International and is an Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) training through InfraGard.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made at least one week prior to the event will be refunded, less a $10 cancellation and processing fee. No refunds for cancellations will be given after that time. No refunds shall be issued for no-shows. Registration may be transferred to another individual.” AIAPF reserves the right to cancel any event where the minimum number of pre-registration registrants is not met. If such a cancellation occurs, registrants will be notified and given the opportunity to select an alternate and comparable event to attend. In the event such an alternate and comparable class is not available, then the registration fees will be refunded as appropriate. Further, dates, times, classes, program subject matter, instructors, panelists and fees are subject to change, without notice, at any time at the sole and absolute discretion of AIAPF.