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GISF Webinar | COVID-19

GISF Webinar | COVID-19 table
Date15 Dec 2021
Time2:00 pm 3:30 pm GMT |9:00 am10:30 am EST
Provider GISF
Type Virtual
CostNo cost
Booking URLhttps://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cxghf-ZoTrG8m7ULvTbUNQ

GISF’s COVID 19 webinar will feature insights from our upcoming Keeping up with COVID 19: essential guidance for NGO security risk managers modules: Working with partners and the localisation agenda; Acceptance and the changing security environment; and Digital Security. There will also be an update on the findings of GISF’s COVID 19 benchmarking survey, followed by an open Q&A.

This will be a virtual webinar with an in-person networking component open to members and prospective members in the Metro Center – Washington, D.C. area. If you are interested in attending in-person select ‘Yes’ in the registration by Monday December 13th and further details will be forwarded. Space may be limited for in-person attendance.


  • Adelicia Fairbanks, Independent Consultant and Research Associate, Humanitarian Outcomes
  • James Davies, Director Safeguarding & Security, Women for Women International
  • Scott Ruddick, Sr. Director Global Security, MEDA
  • Tara Arthur, Projects and Membership Officer North America, GISF

For any questions, please contact gisf-americas@gisf.ngo.

This webinar is open to the members and non-members. 


You can earn a HPass Digital Badge by attending this event.

GISF Digital Badges are participation-based. They are not invigilated or subject to formal assessment.

GISF badges can be submitted as part of INSSA’s Security Risk Management Professional (SRMP) Certification (to find out more about INSSA Security Risk Management Professional (SRMP) Certification go to either INSSA or DisasteryReady.org websites. Members who are already SRMP certified, with questions on SRMP Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program, go to: SRMP@disasterready.org)


Keeping up with COVID-19: essential guidance for NGO security risk managers

This guidance document is for staff with security risk management responsibilities and is presented in a series of modules that look at how SRM is impacted by COVID-19. The guidance is divided into three parts (A) Policy and Planning, (B) Operational Security and (C) Staff Support.