Future Solutions

Course Description

The training course is designed to deliver to the members of the security and fire teams all basic fundamentals of the professional security systems architecture and to break down the concept to its main pillars and standards.

Course Objectives (overview):

What do we need people to know and do by the end of the training course:

  1. Attendees should be able to redefine the meanings of Security Architecture as a concept and system, and its importance to any business as well as all life activities.
  2. Participants should gain more skills and capabilities to in regards understanding, preparing, designing, developing, establishing, and maintaining a professional and effective security architecture within their business sectors.
  3. They should be more open and understanding to the International and World Class security architecture standards and values.
  4. Group Trainees should learn how to develop their own skills and capabilities to be more effective in their areas of responsibilities.
  5. They will receive a well-designed and comprehensive package of best practices and expertise that would be a good aid for each one.

Course Outlines:

  1. Basic terminologies and expressions related to the security and fire operations and functions.
  2. Background and introduction to the Oil and Gas business.
  3. The history of relationship between industrial business and security and fire as core fundamental services and activities.
  4. Review Basic Definitions Related to the fundamentals of security architecture.
  5. Security architecture concepts.
  6. Security systems architecture ownership.
  7. Importance of security architectures to the Oil & Gas Business Community.
  • Review Basic Definitions Related to the fundamentals of security architectures.
  • Standard Pillars of the fundamentals of the security systems architecture.
    1. Security systems architecture plans,
    2. Security systems architecture policies, procedures, and processes,
    3. Installation and implementation.
    4. Training and Induction (Community Awareness),
    5. Monitoring mechanisms,
    6. Supervising activities, and
    7. Reporting systems.



  1. The cooperation and coordination between the four components of the security systems architecture.
  2. Risk assessment and management as an important tool for the security systems architecture
  3. Why defining risks?