The Nevada Hotel and Lodging Association is hosting an industry security seminar on July 31 at The International School of Hospitality. Special guest is Tim Libby who will present Understanding Security Risk and Managing it Effectively. Anyone in the hotel security, risk management or management fields should attend.
Tim Libby is the co-founder of Ironclad Strategic, a hospitality-focused management consultancy. Through Ironclad, Tim provides clients with executive level support in matters relating to physical security, risk management, and loss prevention. Tim has more than 17 years of experience in the security, risk, and loss prevention industries. Starting his career in the U.S. Army, he responded to the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon in support of operation Noble Eagle, took part in two presidential inaugurations and deployed to the Horn of Africa (Operation Enduring Freedom) while serving in the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, the Old Guard. He has led critical infrastructure security teams in the government, critical data, hospitality, and corporate sectors.
Hot button security issues facing the industry
Challenged by politically charged sensitivity toward policy, stagnant operating budgets and a shrinking labor pool, leaders must be wholly engaged, flexible and eager to accept assistance from members of their company team. We will discuss “hot-button” issues facing today’s hospitality leaders such as firearm policy and external threats. Additionally, we will explore how to recognize and reduce your exposure while using your risk and vulnerability assessments to your benefit and looking inward to ensure that we are maximizing the resources already at our disposal.
Don’t miss this important security seminar
NHLA strives to present valuable and productive education, training and information for our members. As safety is uppermost in everyone’s minds, this seminar brings the important facts and training techniques to attendees. Members attend free. Register today to reserve your seat at this important 2 hour seminar.