July 8 - Ask an Expert: De-Escalation

  • July 08, 2020
  • 3:00 PM
  • MMA Conference/Video Line

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Ask an Expert: De-Escalation
Wednesday, July 8
3:00 pm


Isaac Monson is a Senior Risk Consultant with HUB International’s Risk Services Division. He has over 15 years of professional experience managing risk in various public and private industry settings including state government, manufacturing, construction, retail, healthcare, and non-profit. During his service as a State Trooper, Isaac accumulated advance training and experience in law enforcement, emergency scene management, civil unrest response and crowd control, and investigations. He also received twenty-one letters of commendation and five annual Chief’s Awards for performance.

As a member of HUB’s Organizational Resilience Team, Isaac develops and delivers solutions in the areas of safety, security, emergency management, business continuity, cybersecurity risk management, regulatory compliance, risk management, and compliance based staff training. Additionally, he specializes in helping organizations develop workplace violence prevention and intervention programs and threat assessment/management strategies.

Currently, Mr. Monson is an active member of the ASIS International Minneapolis Chapter, the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals Chicago Chapter, and the American Society of Safety Professionals Northern Plains Chapter.

Registration

Members (login required)      Free
Non-members                         $5*

*If you are not an MMA member and not able to pay at this time, please select the "Comp" option and use the code "COVID-19" to waive the fee. If you have been laid off or furloughed from a Michigan museum, please consider joining with the free temporary COVID-19 membership

Location

The MMA Zoom account. You can join via phone or internet. Instructions for connecting will be sent with registration confirmation. 


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