Security Checklist

Security consultant Richard P. Werth, who specializes in security of events and meetings, compiled the following tips for planners. Security should always be a top priority for meeting planners, Werth contends, but in light of the September terrorist attacks, planners must take a proactive role in ensuring the safety of delegates.

1. STAY ALERT to local and international news/issues, which can change VERY quickly and may affect your event, meeting or travel.

2. Assess

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