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Participant Agenda The following agenda is to be supplied to each student and may be used for advance publicity for the workshop. (The agenda is also contained in Appendix C on the CD-ROM.) Note that participants are not supplied with minute-by-minute topic times. Only learning time blocks are given to the student so the workshop instructor can adjust the flow of material to meet the needs of the students. As was shown in the preliminary workshops, there is adequate time to cover all the topics of this workshop in 8 hours. However, different groups have different needs, and the time spent on each topic may vary from the times on the "master agenda" presented in other sections of this guide. Instructors should study the master agenda and be cognizant of the time estimates for each topic, but the instructor should be flexible and address the specific instructional needs of participants. Transit Cooperative Research Program HSP Template Workshop Participant Agenda (Insert date and location here.) Instructor: (Insert Instructor(s) name(s) here.) Agenda (Set time blocks for 1 or 2 days.) Time Blocks Day 1, (Insert date.) Day 2, (Insert date.) 1:00 p.m. Module One 8:00 a.m. Module Four Continued 1:55 Module Two 10:15 Break 2:55 Break 10:30 Module Four Continued 3:10 Module Three 11:00 Module Five 4:00 Module Four 11:30 Module Six 5:00 Adjourn for the Day 12:00 p.m. Adjourn Workshop OR Time Blocks Morning, (Insert date.) Afternoon, (Insert date.) 8:00 a.m. Module One 1:00 p.m. Module Four Continued 8:55 Module Two 3:15 Break 9:55 Break 3:30 Module Four Continued 10:10 Module Three 4:00 Module Five 11:00 Module Four 4:30 Module Six 12:00 p.m. Lunch 5:00 Adjourn 14

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Topic Descriptions and Objectives Welcome Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Understand the purpose of the workshop Know who prepared the workshop materials Know the instructor(s) of the workshop Know who the other learners are Understand workshop housekeeping and procedures Introduction and Cost Benefit of Being Prepared Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Know the goals of the workshop Use all workshop materials Know workshop ground rules Understand the concept of the cost benefit of being prepared Understand how completing the HSP complements good business practices and is integral to day-to-day operations Build a balanced approach to hazards and security planning Expectations from the Workshop and Use of the HSP Template Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Explain the purpose and outcomes of the workshop Have general questions answered Definition of Terms and Introduction to Glossary Objective: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Understand terms used in the workshop Getting Started: Section 1: Establish Policies Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Create a written statement of purpose covering routine and emergency security and hazard situations Define the situations that the HSP will cover Look at assumptions about the situations surrounding use of the plan Discuss how an organization plan fits into the overall community security and emergency plans HSP Section 2: Organization, Roles and Responsibilities Objective: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Develop an organizational structure, with a clearly defined chain of command and designated roles and responsibilities, containing: a) responsibilities b) continuity of services c) contact information 15

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HSP Section 3: Countermeasures: Part A: Prevention Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Examine activities to reduce the likelihood that incidents will occur Establish safe and secure procedures for passengers, vehicles, drivers, and facilities HSP Section 3: Countermeasures: Part B: Mitigation Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Examine activities to reduce asset loss or human consequences (such as injuries or fatalities) of an incident Establish safe and secure procedures for passengers, vehicles, drivers, and facilities HSP Section 3: Countermeasures: Part C: Preparedness Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Examine preparedness activities to anticipate and minimize the impacts of security-related incidents and equip employees to better manage these incidents Establish emergency policies and procedures for passengers, employees, and management to follow in case of emergencies Keep training, drills, and contact lists up to date Establish and maintain mutual aid agreements with fire departments, emergency medical services, and emergency management services HSP Section 3: Countermeasures: Part D: Response Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Examine activities used to react to security-related incidents and hazards and help protect passengers, employees, the community, and property Establish what information is to be collected by which employee Ensure that policies and procedures established in the Mitigation and Preparedness portions of the HSP are followed HSP Section 3: Countermeasures: Part E: Recovery Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Examine policies to assist in recovering from incidents that have occurred so service can resume as quickly as possible Establish a review of policies, documents, plans, and vehicles Evaluate response and oversee recovery and restoration of personnel, service, vehicles, and facilities HSP Section 4: Plan Maintenance Objective: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Keep the plan fresh Conduct a formal audit of the entire plan at least once a year 16

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Summary and Review Objectives: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Explain the overall flow chart for the HSP template and HSP specific techniques Summarize and explain key steps and clarify any issues that have been raised in the workshop Review sources for more information and processes to complete the HSP at local sites Evaluation Objective: At the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to: Complete an evaluation form Adjourn, but never adjourn safety and security preparedness! Thank You for Your Attention and Participation! 17