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What to look for in a security provider? 3 questions to ask

There are basic but vital questions to ask any prospective security provider to ensure a comprehensive security program. Make sure you keep these essential questions when selecting your security partner.

 


Affirming company quality with ISO 9001 registration

ISO 9001 registration is an internationally recognized standard of good business and quality improvement practices used by thousands of companies throughout the world, and this also matters from a security standpoint.

 


Mitigating the risks of labour conflicts

Labour conflicts are costly and time consuming events designed to disrupt company operations and pressure it into making desired concessions. Learn how to minimize the impacts of labour disputes on your business.

 


Why you should only rely on well-trained security professionals

Skilled security professionals possess a wide range of competencies and good reflexes. Such academic and practical skills rely on advanced security training. Security training should always be an asset, not a liablity.

 


Transitioning security programs successfully

Switching security suppliers can be costly and disruptive, such a decision requires careful consideration. Some key questions will help you make a better informed decision. 

 


Occupational Health and Safety in the security industry

Workplace safety is a critical topic every employer should make a priority. Almost three workers are killed on the job every day. Find out how to create and maintain a safe workplace for your employees and your clients.

 


Providing effective security for major events

To ensure a safe environment, event organizers should require security professionals to conduct a safety audit of their premises at the beginning of every mandate. Learn how to achieve a balanced and effective security plan for your events.

 


Be prepared to secure your business: get an escalation plan

Escalation plans inform both security personnel and business employees of how to react in a variety of scenarios, better protecting personnel and property. Learn five key steps for emergency escalation planning.