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    The Psychology of Risk

    An Interview with Dr. Gavriel Schneider How do high levels of comfort and safety affect our attitude toward risk and how does this impact our level of preparedness and ability to respond to risky situations? [...]
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    Emergency First Aid For Gunshot Wounds

    If you carry a firearm as part of your job, or are a civilian who carries for personal protection, it is imperative that you know what to do to save yourself or others from dying [...]
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    The High Cost of Not Doing a Hotel Advance

    It is a common practice that hotels around the world require guests to use or show a room card for entry, especially late at night. It is also common for competent protection specialists to give [...]
  • Risk Assessment

    Taking an inclusive and cerebral approach to developing security risk management systems

    Before jumping into a one size fits all, military type approach to security mitigation and system design – which depends on a standard, costly combination of physical security, technology and in many cases armed security personnel – let’s blow the dust off the Security Risk Analysis (SRA) discussed in Part 1 of this series and consider how else to mitigate the security risks identified. […]

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