Safety and Security

Maximise Time: A Key Factor in Crisis Management

At the core of crisis management lies the need to transition from a reactive stance to a proactive one. This shift enables us to anticipate challenges, mobilise resources, and chart a course towards resolution. It’s about being on the front foot, staying ahead of the problem, and proactively addressing issues before they escalate. On the

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Keeping Travellers Safe

Travelling to moderate and high-risk countries can be a challenging task for companies, and depending on the location can come with an elevated personal and company risk. If something goes wrong, the individual could be exposed to significant danger and the company’s reputation could be negatively impacted with directors open to potential civil and criminal

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Security Resilience Planning – Drones

Are Drones factored into your security plan? Drones, also commonly known as Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) or Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), are well known in today’s society and whilst they bring some fantastic abilities and attributes, they can also be used for less professional purposes which could prove a security risk to companies and

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Martyn’s Law – Latest Update

What is Martyn’s Law Martyn’s Law is more widely known as the Protect Duty. It is legislation designed to improve protective security and organisational preparedness at publicly accessible locations. This is in response to the Manchester Arena incident on 22 May 2017 when a homemade improvised explosive device (IED) was detonated by Salman Abedi, as

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