- NITA Introduction and Course Expectations
- Definition of Perimeter Security and the Cannabis Marketplace
- Four Methods of Entry
- The Six (6) “D’s” of a Secure Perimeter
- Types of Barriers
- Natural Barriers
- Man Made Barriers
- Fences as Perimeter Security
- Fence Standards
- Fence Free Clear Zones
- Identifying Perimeter Weaknesses
- What to Watch for with Perimeter Barriers
- Different Types of Barriers and Issues
This professional development training course will will review perimeter security within the cannabis market. Perimeter Security can be defined as systems and technologies that protect people and assets within a facility and its grounds by blocking unauthorized physical intrusions across the perimeter.
This cannabis instruction course will discuss some of the fundamental ideas and philosophies involved in creating a secure environment for a facility, business, or any space in the cannabis market. Cannabis dispensaries have a distinct difference in the business community and therefore a solid knowledge of security and security systems is essential to running a problem-free operation. As a security professional, you will need to be familiar with the different types of perimeters and how to use barriers and fences to protect your cannabis facility.
Security Professionals will have the ability to learn at their own pace and complete two (2) hours of dynamic professional development training to further enhance their security career.
Choose this bundled course for comprehensive training at a discounted price.
For complete and overall training on how to secure your cannabis facility or operation, check out NITA's bundled course: Cannabis Security Course: Comprehensive 360 Training. This 16-hour course includes lessons on keys and locks, perimeter security, security design, security lighting, access control, CCTV systems, and intrusion detection.
All courses include an end-of-course examination. Students must pass the exam to receive credit for the training. Certificates will be available online immediately for all students.