ANSI/ASIS PSC.1 – Implementing the Private Security Company Management System Standard
Presented by: Lisa Dubrock, Radian Compliance and James Schmitt, Human Analytics
Date: March 25th, 2015 Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: NOVA PTAC at the George Mason University Mason Enterprise Center, Fairfax, Virginia
Are you a Private Security Company operating on behalf of the DoD or commercial entities in complex international environments?
Private Security Service Providers including Private Security Companies (PSC’s) play an ever-expanding role in protecting both state and commercial entities while operating in high-risk international environments. Supported by the DoD, a series of Quality Assurance Management System (QAMS) standards have been developed. The goal of the standards is to assure a high quality of security services while protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms in circumstances where the rule of law has been weakened due to human or natural events, while allowing for the PSC to achieve their objectives and that of their clients.
Conducted in support of the Northern Virginia Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) at the George Mason University Mason Enterprise Center in Fairfax, Virginia, this 3-hour session provides an overview of ANSI/ASIS PCS-1. Learn the requirements of the standard and gain an understanding of how to implement a risk management framework and a human rights impact analysis, both requirements of the standard. Presented by Lisa DuBrock and James Schmitt, the program will review the requirements of this standard as well as share Lisa’s insight as a member of the ISO U.S.-TAG committee for making the PSC.1 standard an International Standard.
To attend this presentation please register at http://www.novaptac.org/eventcalendar/detail.asp?eid=612&sid=1305