Bank Robbery Risk Management Level I

Organizations are in today’s business society faced with an increasing number of crises. The knowledge about how to manage a crisis has become an important tool for competitive advantage. The question is no longer if or when an organization will experience a crisis, but rather in what form and how prepared it is when a crisis actually occurs.

Seminar:  Crisis Management in Bank Robbery Level 1

Introduction:

It is necessary that all officials of a banking institute qualify to obtain the practical theoretical knowledge that ensures a better performance of their functions and for their own safety, within the context of their organization, in such a way that a crisis does not cause major damage, provides an agile service to the public, clients in general and a prompt recovery in favor of the organization.

 

General Objective:

Raise awareness among the officials about the various ways that a robbery crisis occurs, the behavior of the victims and how to react to various situations to minimize the impact of the circumstances and other risks.

Content:

1.  Robbery and their causes

– Various robberies

– Bank robberies

2.  Stages of a robbery

– Before a robbery

– During a robbery

– After a robbery

3.  Characteristics of a robbery

– Execution

– The effects

4.  Preventative work

– Security personnel

– Officials in general

– Police and others

5.  Development of a crisis

– Behaviors and positions

– Description of people, weapons and vehicles

– Security equipment and systems

– Officials in general

– Aid of victims

7.  Management of the scene of the crime

– Protection of evidence

– Forms and descriptions

– Support of the judicial police, administrative police and bank security

– Internal work of the officials of security, management and audits

– General security of the place

8.  Closed theater

– Field practice on specific situation

– Application of the procedures

– Application of the forms