HSTV not only thanks AMTRAK for their confidence in us, but we applaud their security leadership.
Burke, VA (PRWEB) February 11, 2010
Homeland Security Television (http://www.hstvchannel.com), the leading online producer of educational and awareness documentaries for security professionals, announced today that it produced a two-minute Public Service Announcement (PSA) for AMTRAK detailing the various security precautions that passengers can expect to see throughout the 2010 Olympic games in Vancouver.
The video highlights the multitude of security precautions that AMTRAK has put in place to ensure the safety of the riding public during the Olympics. In addition to informing riders about the various visible and behind-the-scenes security measures being undertaken by Amtrak's Police and Security Office, the video also provides important information about the new travel documentation requirements established by the Department of Homeland Security for traveling to and from Canada.
"This was a unique honor that AMTRAK bestowed upon us," said Dan Verton, President and Executive Producer of HSTV. "We've worked with AMTRAK in the past on other sensitive training and education programs, and I think their confidence in HSTV to produce this very important public service announcement speaks volumes about our production standards and ability to communicate safety and security messaging effectively and accurately."
The video PSA is playing now aboard all AMTRAK trains servicing the 2010 Olympic Games in the Vancouver region.
“HSTV not only thanks AMTRAK for their confidence in us, but we applaud their security leadership,” said Verton. “By design, AMTRAK passengers don’t always get to see all of the security measures that are in place. But the little bit passengers do get to see in this video should make them feel very safe as they go about enjoying the Olympic Games.”