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Oct. 8 webinar addresses how to embrace safety and stay positive

by Cornerstone Credit Union League | Sep 10, 2019

With the safety of staff and members being a primary concern before, during, and after security-related incidents, how do we create a culture of continuous improvement?

With shootings, armed robberies, assaults, and other threats of violence being consistently in the news, how can we look at security differently to embrace safety and maintain a positive environment?

Hosted by HR Council, the “Mental & Behavior Safety & Security” webinar features expert Hart Brown at R3 Continuum, who will discuss:

  • The management of employees who have demonstrated a concern to others;
  • The management of threats;
  • Conflict management with high-risk patrons; and
  • The use of disruptive event management to recover post-event.

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Webinar: Mental & Behavioral Safety & Security
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019
Time: 12 to 1 p.m. CDT

Hart BrownPresenter: Hart Brown, R3 Continuum
Hart Brown is the senior vice president for R3 Continuum. He has more than 20 years of experience in the public and the private sectors. Known for his ability to grow organizations from inception to international recognition, Brown has expertise in building customer and shareholder value through crisis management, risk modeling, security, cyber risk, artificial intelligence, analytics, and insurance.

Brown has provided crisis and risk management services for special events such as the World Cup and for one of the nation’s largest mass shootings. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Radiological Health Engineering (Nuclear Engineering/Medicine), a Master of Science in Safety Engineering, and attended the Domestic Security Executive Academy at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

$50 for HR Council members
$25 for Non-council Members (includes HR Council annual membership)

For questions about this event or about Cornerstone Councils, contact Cristina Martinez at or 800.442.5762, ext. 6403.