CBRNE Training

Training

CBRNE Ltd's foundation syllabus has been created to be modular and integrated across our four core areas of business.

  • Security and Crisis Management
  • Risk Management
  • Human Factors
  • Communication and Ethics
  • Our experts remain at the leading edge of their selected fields with the high-level skill sets required to ensure that all courses remain relevant and current to meet the growing demands for increased efficiency and quality assurance in all business sectors, organisations and the community at large.

    All our training programmes can be tailored to respond to the needs of your organisation, whether it is emergency services, a public institution or a commercial company. The modules vary in length based on the client needs and involve high levels of interaction and participation – they provide practical tools and techniques that are easily applied to your work. The structure of the training program is flexible and will be adapted to your training needs.

    The following training descriptions are intended to provide a broad understanding of our training capabilities. At this stage we do not offer a detailed description as our modus operandi is to provide a Training Needs Analysis (a high level one free of charge) so each training module is specific to the client’s requirements.

    Training can be given at the client’s premises, a local hotel or at premises in Central London. We have access to land on which to carry out field based training.


    Security and Crisis Management Training Brochure Download

    Strategic Security Advisor

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • Risk and Threat Assessment Process
  • Threat Identification
  • Security Surveys
  • Developing a Security Regime
  • Security Manager

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • The Role of the Security Manager
  • Crisis Management
  • Strategic Management for Security Managers
  • Cyber Security

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • Deterrence against internal cyber-threat
  • Increasing the Security Culture of your Workplace
  • Understand the profile of a “hacker”
  • Alternative cyber threats
  • Future Resilience
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Human Resources
  • CBRN Operational Functions

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    The use or risk of Chemical Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) weapons, including toxic industrial materials (TIMs) offers challenges to Military Defence Operations and Civil Defence response worldwide.

    CBRNE Ltd can provide CBRN tailored training solutions to assist strategic emergency planning and support to local authorities charged with mitigating and managing the consequences of a CBRN release.

  • CBRN Awareness
  • CBRN Security Team Leader
  • CBRN Security Advisor
  • Understand why a Terrorism incident may occur
  • Understand the Command and Control system that exists during an incident
  • Development of effective Crisis Communication Plans
  • Understand the difference between a CBRN incident and another type of incident
  • Understand the Planning and Preparation phases
  • Know the Incident Warning and Reporting requirement
  • Temporary Waste Facility Planning

    Security and Crisis Management Training

  • The Selection of Temporary Waste Storage Facilities during the Recovery Phase of a Chemical, Biological or Nuclear Incident.

  • During the Recovery Phase after a Chemical, Biological or Radiological (CBR) type incident which contaminated assets in locations under either private or public ownership, temporary storage of waste could provide a “buffer” such that recovery can proceed unhindered by the logistics of final waste disposal.
  • Crisis Remediation Planning

    Security and Crisis Management Training

  • To move through the most complicated post incident situation using dynamic assessment strategies for remediation is a competency that will increase efficiency . We tailor our courses to ensure quality, intelligent planning and smart execution of that plan are given the highest priority and meet the your organisation’s needs.
  • Safe Room Protection and Design

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    CBRNE Ltd provides a course for the guidance in the specification of Safe Rooms designed as a response to the threat to people from Chemical, Biological or Radiological (CBR) incidents.

    The course structure is a route map for those interested in developing their own Safe Room. It provides sufficient detail such that an interested party (e.g. a school, office or factory) can understand the key design parameters they will need to specify to a detailed design specialist.

    We also provide a stepwise process (to be undertaken with the help of expert parties e.g. security experts, architects etc) for the development of a detailed specification that can be handed-on to other expert parties to develop the detailed solution. Its use will thus ensure that the user is an “intelligent customer” who procures what is needed rather than what is simply available or offered.

  • Understand what safe rooms are and when and why they are useful
  • Be able to specify the requirements for a safe room
  • Explosives Incident Management

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • Understanding Explosives
  • Explosives and Explosions Threat
  • Terrorism and Improvised Explosive Devices
  • Security Planning
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Explosive Incident Management
  • Major Security Incidents Management

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • The Global Terrorist Threat
  • Terrorist Modus Operandi
  • A Comprehensive Approach to Counter Terrorism
  • Pre-Emptive Measures to Reduce the Risk of an Attack
  • Major Incident Procedures
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Justification of Risk from Residual Contamination

    Security and Crisis Management Training

    This course presents Protocols for the Justification of Risk from Residual Contamination: Decontamination Standards following a CBRN Incident.

    An attack on a building or location using non-conventional weapons will almost certainly lead to a requirement to undertake some form of decontamination of that site. This simple observation immediately raises the question “what decontamination standards and techniques should be used?”.

    These questions are important and they have been the subject of much technical research – often under the banner of “how clean is clean” and “what is reasonable in terms of clean-up costs and decontamination measures”. This course seeks to address some of these issues.

  • Understand the factors that affect the perception of risk
  • Understand the forms of contamination and how decontamination is undertaken
  • Be able to discuss the question of how clean is clean?
  • Understand end-points
  • Understand the importance of including the public in discussions of end points.

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    Hazards and Risk Assessment

    Risk Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • Understand the differences between hazards, threats and risks
  • Understand methods for the identification of hazards
  • Understand how to quantify risks
  • Understand key steps in the successful management of risks
  • Quality Assurance Management

    Risk Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • Know the structure for the ISO 9001 standard
  • Understand how/why/when to audit
  • Continuing improvement - what is it, how is it achieved?
  • Know the difference between corrective and preventive actions
  • Introduction to Safety Case Development

    Risk Management Training

    A one-day course to impart a basic understanding of the concepts underlying safety analysis, and of the structure and rationale of the safety documentation required by the Ministry of Defence DE&S. The course describes the methods and procedures for preparing clear, concise and comprehensive documents in accordance with specific standards, notably Defence Standard 00-56 and Joint Service Publication (JSP) 454.

    • Understand the purpose of a safety case and what it does / does not address
    • Understand how to define the scope of a safety case
    • Understand how and when to use deterministic and probabilistic arguments
    • Be able to identify staged submissions

    Contingency Planning

    Risk Management Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

  • Be able to identify threats to continuity
  • Be able to identify key responses and key responders
  • Understand the differences between resilience and contingency planning

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    Task Analysis

    Human Factors Training

    The course structure covers the following base line Training Objectives and depending on the client’s needs we can adjust the content to achieve the requirement:

    The objective of this course is to provide the student with an understanding of a task analysis which is used to establish the operational performance, conditions and standards for all the employees or operators affected by a procedural changed in operational or business requirement.

  • Understand the considerations of the Human Machine Interface (HMI) for new operational/business requirements
  • Understand the physical, functional and environmental parameters to establish the “how” and “why” of the interface requirements
  • Understand the documents that need to be produced to support the Analysis
  • Human Factors (Introduction)

    Human Factors Training

    A one-day training course in the basics of the discipline of Human Factors (HF), otherwise known as ergonomics, Human Performance Engineering, user-centred design or usability engineering. Using examples drawn from a wide range of industries, the importance of HF is emphasised and the techniques involved are explained.

    Human Factors (Practitioner)

    Human Factors Training

    This 2-day course is perhaps our most popular training event. It is designed for people with some experience of Human Factors or who need to know more than the fundamentals. Delegates are expected to be aware of the importance and value of a person-centred approach and have some familiarity with the practice of the subject. On completion, delegates will have a deeper understanding of the subject matter. The course is recognised by the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors and will contribute CPD points.

    Human Factors Integration

    Human Factors Training

    A one-day course designed for those requiring a working understanding of Human Factors Integration. No previous knowledge of Human Factors is necessary.


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    Crisis Communication

    Communication and Ethics Training

    This training programme helps you to develop the skills and confidence to deal with major incidents. It explores the nature of crises and shows how to develop effective crisis response strategies at an organisational level.

  • Risk and crisis communication
  • Information management
  • Mass-media relations
  • Use of social media
  • Community relations and public empowerment
  • Managing ethics in emergencies
  • Implementing crisis communication simulation during exercises
  • Public Relations

    Communication and Ethics Training

    Our public relations course provides practical tools to plan, develop and implement an integrated communication strategy for your organisation, and to manage day by day public relations activities.

  • Institutional Public Relations
  • Public Relations: Planning and Implementation
  • Public Relations and Mass-Media
  • Brand Management and Communication
  • Strategic Communication
  • Organisational Communication

    Communication and Ethics Training

    This training programme explores the role of internal communication as part of the broader communication mix and supports a practical approach that contributes to the performance of your organisation. It explains how organisational cultures are formed and communicated and supports the leadership with tools to nurture an organisational culture that will benefit everyone.

  • Internal communication
  • Internal Public Relations
  • Leadership and communication
  • Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

    Communication and Ethics Training

    The training programme in ethics and social responsibility is designed to foster ethical conduct throughout your organisation and to support social responsibility programmes in relation to a range of values, including human rights, environmental protection and contribution to local communities. The courses offer the practical tools and information you and your employees need in order to understand, manage and enhance the ethical values of your organisation.

  • Introduction to Ethics Management
  • Promoting Integrity and Social Responsibility
  • Leading with Integrity
  • Ethics and Compliance
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    CBRNE Ltd can provide a systematic audit of the strengths and weaknesses in an organisation’s resilience arrangements. We place values against each process within the multitude of functions that can be found in any organisation, including physical security, partnerships, human performance and inter-departmental cohesion.

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