Are you prepared for a protest near or in the lobby of your building? Have you tested your emergency preparedness plans for all possible scenarios that may occur at your property? Do you know how public agencies will respond to an emergency if a tenant calls for help? What if there is an earthquake during the workday?
BOMA’s 8th Annual Emergency Preparedness Seminar has an all-new format for you and your entire team of building professionals to become better prepared for any emergency. Whether you are a building owner, property manager, engineer or part of a building’s security team, you’ll get information relative to your position and how you can better prepare for emergencies with the building staff.
- BART Police Department
- California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES)
- Department of Homeland Security
- Federal Reserve Bank Police
- Port of San Francisco, Homeland Security
- San Francisco Department of Emergency Management
- San Francisco Fire Department
- San Francisco Police Department
- California Resiliency Alliance
- Pacific Gas & Electric Company
- Red Cross of the Bay Area
- 101 California
- 345 California Center
- Embarcadero Center
- The Ferry Building
- The Landmark at One Market
- Salesforce Tower West (50 Fremont)
- The Knightscope autonomous robot – a demonstration of the unit will occur at the event;
- Hear from a start-up that provides security guards, on-demand;
- Another start-up will demonstrate how to turn ANY device with a camera into an intelligent monitoring system;
- Learn more about the benefits of satellite phone systems.
The program is presented as part of BOMA's Emergency Preparedness Committee’s commitment to educate members on the best emergency preparedness strategies and will show how to strengthen your entire building teams' response to a critical incident.
The BOMA San Francisco Emergency Preparedness Committee's 2016 Annual Emergency Preparedness Seminar is generously sponsored by (in alphabetical order) – please click on their logos to visit each sponsor’s website: