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Workplace Security for Employees
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Session Objectives You will be able to: Understand the companys security policy and procedures Take personal security measures on the job and commuting to work Identify requirements for protecting computer networks and sensitive business information Help prevent workplace theft
© HSCG, LLC 2012 What You Need to Know Security policy and procedures Personal security issues Computer security How to protect sensitive information How to help prevent workplace theft
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Whats at Stake Crimes against companies are increasing You want to feel safe at work OSHA requires a safe workplace
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Security Policy: Standard Procedures Visitor sign-in and escort IDs Security problems
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Security Policy: Key Measures Security equipment Security patrols Inspections Lighting Entry points
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Security Policy: Keeping Criminals Out References Background checks
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Security Policy Do you understand our security policy and procedures? Do you understand the other steps the company takes to make the facility secure?
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: On the Road Keep windows up and doors locked Stay on well-traveled, well-lit roads whenever possible Keep vehicles in good condition and gassed up Never pick up strangers
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: On the Road (cont.) What to do in case of a breakdown What to do if you feel threatened
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: On the Street Stay on well-traveled streets Avoid shortcuts Walk briskly and confidently Avoid wearing headphones Avoid wearing expensive jewelry Keep personal items close to your body
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: Public Transportation Have your fare ready Stand back from the edge of platforms Chose a safe seat Keep alert Hold on to personal items Dont return stares or comments
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: Parking Areas Keep your vehicle locked Try to walk with others Have your key ready Check before you get in Lock doors as soon as youre in Report strangers or suspicious activity
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: Working Late or Alone Make sure someone knows where you are Keep your work area well lit Keep alert Be extra cautious when using rest rooms, stairs, and elevators Let someone know when you leave
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: Intruders in the Building Avoid confrontation Let the person get away Continue on your way Call for help Be ready to describe the intruder
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: Signs of Violence Threats or intimidation Frequent angry outbursts Talk about weapons Paranoia Blaming others for problems Extreme mood swings or stress
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security: Violence Prevention Report threats and troubling behavior Arrange a danger signal with co-workers If confronted, try to get away If you cant get away, remain calm and try not to provoke a violent reaction
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Personal Security Do you understand what weve discussed about personal security?
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Computer Security Passwords Backups Virus protection Firewalls
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Computer Security (cont.) Online connections Software security features attachments Security patches
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Protecting Sensitive Business Information Simple, practical measures Need-to-know access only Monitoring work Changing codes as necessary
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Preventing Workplace Theft Secure personal property Follow rules for securing company property Keep access doors closed Report thefts of personal or company property Report suspicious activity
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Preventing Workplace Theft (cont.) Log in materials when they are delivered Check orders and paperwork against goods Follow rules for tracking inventory counts Keep a close eye on accounts
© HSCG, LLC 2012 Key Points to Remember Workplace security is a priority for us all You play an important role in keeping the workplace safe and secure Make sure you understand our security policy and procedures and do your part to support them Take precautions to protect your personal security on the job and commuting to work
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