probability-criticality

Probability and Criticality

William F. Booth, CPP Security Assessment, Security Master Planning, Security Planning, Security Program Development, Security Survey, Security Threat Assessment

When evaluating what security concern to address first, where do you begin? Consider the probability and criticality of an event, and assign values based on standard criteria. Probability 5 Almost certain. Barring major changes in circumstances, this event will occur or will occur frequently compared to other events. Or, historically, an event of this type has already occurred. 4 Very …

Security Consulting

RMA Begins Security Assessment of Hartford Hospital

Protus3 News, Security Program Development, Workplace Violence

Risk Management Associates, Inc. was awarded the contract to perform a Security Assessment of Hartford Hospital. The purpose of the analysis is to evaluate the security threats at each of the campuses, identify gaps in the current security program, and recommend measures that Hartford Hospital should consider going forward to mitigate risk levels and the severity of risks. Included in this …

negligent security

Bill Booth Presents at Premise Liability Seminar

Protus3 News

Bill Booth presented Where Do I “Invest” in Security? Negligent Security and Premises Liability. The Premise Liability Seminar was produced in partnership with TriSure and was held at the Cardinal Club in Downtown Raleigh. Topics included securing and protecting assets, potential liabilities and foreseeable incidents, avoiding and preparing for litigation, and how to avoid punitive damages. TriSure was founded in …

Premises Liability

Protus3 Uncategorized

Premises liability lawsuits can range from litigation as pedestrian as a case resulting from a purse snatching in a big box parking lot to something as grave and high profile as the 1974 suit brought against a hotel after the rape of singer Connie Francis. Whatever the degree of seriousness, it is clear that premises liability lawsuits have evolved over …

There is no substitute for a site visit

Protus3 Uncategorized

We recently were asked to evaluate the security of a facility where a nighttime injury occurred in a parking deck. Upon preliminary review after receiving the information and photos, no real problems were noted. The facility looked well-kept, and reports were that their security was reasonable and up-to-date. The client was advised that a “long-distance’” review would frequently overlook critical …