Winter driving conditions challenge most drivers, but Security Drivers are not in the “most drivers” club. There are inherent dangers of driving in a winter environment.Read More
Potholes are a matter of safety and inconvenience. But some things can be done before, during, and after hitting a pothole.
Develop a proactive approach similar to a security scenario, except you avoid potholes instead of security issues.Read More
The number one cause of workplace fatalities is car accidents. The statistics that point to the need for a driver trained to avoid problems are overwhelming.
The fact is that the time an executive spends in their vehicle is the highest risk period of their day.Read More
Changes in the weather conditions can challenge the most experienced Security Driver. These are some tips taken from my book Professional Driving Techniques.Read More
While driving through traffic, the driver and the principal are at the mercy of the environment they are moving through. If the environment driven through is occupied…Read More
Those of us who live in winter-weather country are just emerging from record-setting snow and freezing temperatures. And now there’s a new problem to face: potholes. Thanks to this winter’s extreme freeze-and-thaw cycles, the spring of 2015 promises to be an epic pothole season. And that’s not good news for those providing secure transportation.
Potholes are a matter of safety and inconvenience. But there are things that can be done before, during, and after hitting a pothole. Develop a proactive approach similar to a security scenario except you’re avoiding potholes instead of security issues.Read More
The charts show significant kidnappings by the job/role of hostages taken in 2014. It covers incidents tracked in the ICD Hostage Component for 2014 as…Read More
Cold weather can wreak havoc on a vehicle, some useful web articles, and Winter Emergency Kits to keep you, your principal, and your family safe…Read More
This is could become a game changer. As of Jan 2014 US Congress is asking vehicle manufactures to address the issue. ISDA will be reporting…Read More
From the movie – a good definition of a Kill ZoneRead More
A while back, I was asked to do lessons learned from a vehicle ambush. It was a two-car scenario, with both cars taking some hits…Read More
Driving, any form of driving, is a balance, and that balance is called the “driving system.” The driving system is made up of three components: THE DRIVER, THE MACHINE, and THE ENVIRONMENT. In our world it is called the Security Drivers Triangle.Read More