Deep Dive: When Seconds Count
Design Techniques and Solutions for Your Building and Personal Security
Our changing world means safety and security needs are increasing. Today, security has become a key requirement for office, schools, government, medical, and worship facilities, as well as personal residences. Often the path to intruder resistance was not well understood, nor required in older facilities during the design of the space.
Meet Our Speaker:
Jason Horner is an industry leading expert in interior finishes innovation, adaptation of materials, and construction techniques. Additionally, he has trained with several law enforcement agencies, SWAT teams, military groups including Navy SEALS, and military snipers on basic attack scenarios, including structure assaults, and counterattack scenarios. This unique blend of tactical experience, combined with extensive construction techniques, enables Jason to provide distinctive design solutions supporting a strong defensive position for your building project.
This session supports Human Factors and Emergency Planning and Business Continuity Core Competencies.
Please join us for a most unique IFMA education session, as Jason shares his expertise in designing spaces for safety and security!
January 23, 2020
11:30am – 1:00pm (Lunch is provided)
8925 Lyndale South
Bloomington, MN 55420
$20 / Member
$30 / Non-Member or Guests
*Students attend free!
Registration: Please register here!
Have questions or need help registering for this event? Contact MacKenzie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 952-564-3042.