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Application of the PASS Guidelines and Checklist Tools for Practitioners and End Users
This is a panel discussion with perspectives from a Security Consultant and a Former K12 Security Director who have utilized the PASS Guidelines and Checklist tools. Learn how they utilized these resources in their work and environments to:

• Support Risk Assessment and Development of Security Plans
• Develop Grant Proposals
• Establish Safety/Security Standards
• Avoid Pitfalls

Learning Objectives:
• To understand how the Guidelines and Checklist tools can be utilized by school officials, consultants and solutions providers to provide a common starting point for objective analysis and prioritization of school safety and security needs.
• To understand how the Guidelines and Checklist tools have been utilized by school officials to secure grants and funding to support their specific needs
• To understand how the Guidelines and Checklist tools provide the flexibility to build a unique, appropriate and effective plan for enhancing the safety and security of each and every building across a given school district.

Mark Williams currently serves as Board Chairman of the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS), as a volunteer advisor for the Secure Schools Alliance, as a technical committee member of the NFPA 3000 Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (Asher) standard, and as a member of the Rapid Access Advisory Council.

Guy Grace serves as the Chairman of the Advisory Council for The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools and as the Strategic Safety and Security advisor for the Innovative institute for Fan Experience.

This webinar is hosted by DHI and DSSF.
Qualifies for 2 DHI CE Points

Feb 25, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mark C. Williams
Board Chairman of the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS)
Served for over 30 years in the Security and Safety industry in a variety of roles. Currently serve as Board Chairman of the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS), as a volunteer advisor for the Secure Schools Alliance, as a technical committee member of the NFPA 3000 Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (Asher) standard, and as a member of the Rapid Access Advisory Council. Served as a code instructor for the State of Michigan for 15 years, as a Door and Hardware Institute (DHI) instructor for several years and have been involved with Safe Schools since the early 90’s. Additionally am involved with the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance organization in assisting churches apply for non-profit security grants through the Department of Homeland Security. In over 24 years with Allegion, served as the Vice President of Architectural and Construction Services, Project Based Business Leader, Regional Director and General Sales Manager.
Guy M. Grace
Guy has worked in the security field for 35 years. He served for over three decades as the Director of Security and Emergency planning for Littleton Public Schools, a suburb of Denver, Colorado before retiring in August 2020. Guy is a regular speaker at school safety trade conferences and a regular security media commentator for various trade magazines and media. He has diverse hands-on experiences in school safety regarding technology, processes and emergency response. He also serves as the Chairman of the Advisory Council for The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (http://passk12.org/) and as the Strategic Safety and Security advisor for the Innovative institute for Fan Experience (www.iifx.org)