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Welcome! You ve landed here because you re interested in a Door Supervisor Training Course1 and we want to give you all the help we can.

We ve helped over 40,000 people achieve an SIA Door Supervisor Licence in London and throughout the UK, and you could be next! Our SIA Licence Training2 will prepare you for a rewarding and challenging career as an SIA Accredited Door Supervisor. The role of a Door Supervisor is extremely demanding, so it is vital that you receive the best quality Door Supervisor Training available before you begin your new career. Once you successfully complete your Door Supervisor course, you will be able to apply for your SIA Door Supervisor Licence.

It is a legal requirement that you have SIA Licence Training and a valid SIA Licence3 before you start working in the private security industry in the UK. The SIA Door Supervisor course runs over 4 days and is divided into 4 units:

  • Working in the Private Security Industry
  • Working as a Door Supervisor
  • Conflict Management
  • Physical Intervention.

On the final day of the course there will be 3 multiple-choice exams and a practical assessment of the physical intervention skills you will be taught on the course. Everything you need to know for the examination is covered during the Door Supervisor Course and your expert instructor will fully prepare you for success in your tests. So, although examinations can sometimes be daunting, you ll be fully equipped to pass with flying colors!

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The Door Supervisor Training is aimed for people looking to work legally in the UK Private Security Industry as a Door Supervisor in a Pub, Club, Music Events, the Door Supervisor Licence also allows you to work as a Security Guard for shopping malls, banks and other retail outlets.

You will need to be at least 18 years of age, and have identification and address proofs, such as Passport, Drivers Licence, Bills, Bank Statements. The address proof cannot be more than 3 months old.

Upon successful completion and passing the exams you will receive a Level 2 Award in Door Supervision from an Ofqual approved awarding organization. We currently approved by City & Guilds, EDI and Laser Learning Awards.

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Manned Guarding – Andron Facilities Management

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Manned Guarding - Andron Facilities Management

Andron can supply any number of trained security guards, for any setting and for any length of time. When building up a team, we take into account the operational nature of a client’s business to ensure we provide the most appropriate solution for the specific location whether it is standard or more specialised. The security we provide fits seamlessly into a client’s existing infrastructure, resulting in an amalgamated, responsive service and personnel who know their role. Extensive induction training, regular refresher courses and the continuous identification of skill gaps against role requirements and legal compliancy delivers a team equipped with relevant, practical abilities. Sometimes, a particular setting requires a certain type of security personnel and we are experienced in finding the right person for the individual needs of the business. In security, one size does not fit all and we always bear this in mind when matching security guards with clients. Andron’s team of security experts work hard to protect not only the premises they work in, but the reputation of their clients too. Our security guards act at all times as ambassadors and every individual is well-presented, well-mannered and well-trained. We understand our duty to protect the wider community and we train and encourage our security guards to be vigilant at all times when dealing with the public.

We recognise that our teams can retrieve vital information and use this to help protect our cities and communities. We are pleased to say that we partner with the police and key organisations as part of Project Griffin. Our involvement includes the gathering and sharing of intelligence to assist counter-terrorism and crime prevention.
Andron’s security personnel are licenced by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) and we are proud to be in the ACS’s top 5 per cent of accredited suppliers through its Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS).

References

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  2. ^ Security (www.andron.co.uk)

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Grenfell video: Scotland s decisive response to its own tower-block tragedy put England to shame

Stephen Mackenzie Q&A There are so many dimensions to the Grenfell fire that it s hard to know where to start. In the video below, fire-risk consultant Stephen Mackenzie examines everything from the privatisation of fire-safety research to the inadequate logistical response on the ground in the immediate aftermath and the glacial pace of regulatory change in England versus Scotland. Below you can also read the transcript of the interview, which was conducted at fire safety exhibition FIREX 2017.

embedded content I m aware that the building regulations are under constant review, but there s a dichotomy in the turnaround time: four years for the Lakanal report, one year for the Scottish Garnock report. Stephen Mackenzie on the privatisation of fire research provision We ve increasingly seen over the past decades, our fire research provision within the UK, which is internationally renowned, becoming increasingly privatised. Whether it s a research establishment which is now a charitable trust, whether it s a fire service college which is now under the major government support contracts, or the emergency planning college which is under another support service provider On funding challenges for academic fire research The other thing we ve seen is it s increasingly more challenging for fire research academic teams to give that true independence in UK regions to secure funding for more fashionable, thematic areas. We have very small programmes with research, very important given life safety issues, and property protection issues, but we re in competition with larger, more profitable business degrees, MBAs and suchlike. On the skills shortage in fire engineering We ve also seen an erosion of succession routes for younger engineers in a challenging environment to become industry captains. Where we re seeing a throughput, so young professional awards, we didn t have recipients. So we need to look at that through funding of the fire cadet programme nationally, fire service trainees, encourage others to support those endeavours, and also look to how we fund our research. Ten or 11 years ago the Department of Community at local government was trying to get a national fire research academy off the ground. Unfortunately the commentary that came back on a very comprehensive research proposal, sponsored and supported by the whole sector, was you ve already got many organisations, therefore we can t fund it.

but it needs that focal point, that independence, and we need that international recognition and response. On the government s immediate response and failure to convene COBRA I think we ve seen a comparison between the Grenfell fire and Finsbury Park terrorist attack. Immediately following the Finsbury Park attack, Theresa May convened COBRA. That should have been the case on Thursday the day after the fire, or the latter hours of Wednesday. Convene COBRA, get emergency personnel leads in, coordinate with local authority responders, and have a better response and management of media, and to the families and residents concerns. Not only for Grenfell Tower blocks, but for all tower blocks in the UK. I feel it could have been sharper, more effective, and then the central government may not have received some of the criticism it has. I fully recognise the multi-agency response by the emergency services was fantastic. Those individuals in all three emergency services put themselves at significant risk, with debris falling down from the building on top of them.

Significant injuries occurring with the fire personnel, they still went into that building. When their dynamic risk assessments have said this is too risky for even emergency services personnel, possibly. The other thing we need to see is the softer services where we move from coordinated triad of emergency services. We have London-based annual emergency services exercises. We had one last year, a unified exercise, it went very well. We re very experienced. But then we seem to see some local stress and shocks with the local authority response. But now see that they have now caught up to speed. So I think moving from the emergency services response into the softer response by local authorities and the government, and there are a number of professional bodies in the UK that can facilitate and exist with that.

So it might be another line of enquiry for the coroner report, and also the public inquiry. On the Lakanal House report There s actually about 30 case studies, both in the UK and internationally, that we can refer to. Some of the more contemporary ones and two of the more important ones I ll draw attention to: the Lakanal report in 2013 following the Lakanal Camberwell fire where ladies and children expired. There were a number of recommendations made in that coroner court enquiry, predominantly looking at emergency service response and also looking at the complexities in interpretation of our building legislation, and the need for reducing, streamlining it, and making it more practical in application. That s a longstanding issue. I believe some of the professional bodies in the fire service community are doing research, campaigning, and petitioning government on that. I ll let them report on their own positions. On the Garnock Court enquiry The other more significant one that I have been talking about in the international press is quite a well-known report done by one of the legal councillors in the UK. It makes reference, and I m making referencing to the source, a public enquiry report, for the Garnock Court fire in Scotland in 1999.

The public inquiry was published in 2000, to the House of Commons. So we ve heard with Grenfell, Theresa May saying we ll go to a full public inquiry, we ll have parallel coroner court inquiries, and parallel criminal, and possibly civil actions as well. But in 2000, there was a report, and I ll quote, while this inquiry did not suggest the majority of external cladding systems in the UK currently in use pose a serious threat to life safety or property in event of fire, they did go on to add, we do not believe it should take a serious fire in which many people are killed before all reasonable steps are taken towards minimising the fire risk. They then go on to make commentary about the inclusion of standards through the British Standards Institute, revision of the Approved Document B, and the title of that report under the reference was The Potential Risk of Fire Spread in Buildings via External Cladding Systems. We have known about this problem and issue in the fire sector, the House of Commons are aware of it. the Prime Minister s office is now aware of it, I imagine, through the national press and their own technical advisors. On the glacial pace of regulatory change in England versus Scotland Let s look at legislation. We did it in Scotland. When we reviewed our fire safety legislation we also brought in new building regulations, we brought in new technical handbooks.

And I believe, if memory services me correct, the most recent release was either in June 2016 or June 2017. I am aware that the building regulations are under constant review. But there seems to be a dichotomy in the turnaround time: four years for the Lakanal report, one year for the Scottish Garnock report. Fire legislation report in Scotland was reviewed in 2005, and continued on the new basis, performance basis, whereas we appear to be limping on with a very outdated and outmoded document. Our colleagues at yesterday s expert panel FIREX International 2017 held a debate on the Grenfell fire were quite vocal about that position.

Hung parliament: Have Cameron and May s calamitous gambles imperilled UK border security?

Brexit fallout Cameron gambled, lost. May gambled, lost. Tory party beginning to look like a casino.

Tweeted by Dutch MEP Sophie in t Veld this is a pithily apt description of the Conservatives two big calls over Brexit. If David Cameron s fateful decision to announce a referendum on January 2013 has achieved one of its primary goals to siphon off support from UKIP then it did so, quite unexpectedly, at the expense of his own premiership. Having embraced the referendum result despite being (an admittedly coy) Remainer his successor, Theresa May, then used Brexit as a pretext to strengthen her majority in the House of Commons against what the commentariat had deemed the least electable Labour leader since Michael Foot. Now we have a hung parliament with a minority Conservative government propped up by 10 DUP MPs. Whatever your political leanings, few would disagree that the prospect of concluding negotiations smoothly have now receded. Whatever your political leanings, few would disagree that the prospect of concluding negotiations smoothly have now receded. We re already nearly three months into the already narrow two-year negotiating window, the Article 50 having been triggered on 29 March. As the FT writes this morning: Theresa May s folly in calling a general election and then losing her overall majority means that the UK is now in an even weaker negotiating position than when it started There are few words to describe the sheer irresponsibility of the prime minister in triggering Article 50 only to follow it by calling a needless general election. A hung parliament, or even an overall defeat, was always a foreseeable (as opposed to predicted) potential outcome.

It was the last thing a prudent politician should have done: there is now considerable uncertainty at the very point the UK needed certainty, as the Brexit talks are about to commence. Nick Clegg, who lost his Sheffield Hallam seat, has said that MPs will either need to find a cross-party consensus on a more moderate workable approach to Brexit or we will have to go back to the country maybe once or twice until one party wins a majority, which would devour much of the two-year negotiating window. It is impossible to exaggerate this morning how self-absorbed and adrift the UK looks to the rest of Europe I can t think of any example of a modern mature democracy putting itself in such a vulnerable position. Confusion at UK borders And if negotiations do fail, what does that mean for national security? The UK s trade tariff levels with Europe and the rest of the world would default to World Trade Organisation terms, triggering a rise in the price of imports, with agricultural goods being an eye-watering 30-40%. But with the UK Lacking its own schedule at the WTO, there could be confusion at UK borders over customs declarations. This is an issue explored in depth in a white paper published on IFSEC Global this week. The cost of replicating the European Arrest Warrant outside the EU is expected to substantially exceed (by a factor of four) the cost of operating the EU measure. Norway and Iceland have been trying to negotiate a form of EAW with the EU but this has taken 15 years and is still to be ratified by every member state.

From the London First report on Brexit and border security Commissioned by London First s Security & Resilience Network, the report examines the implications of leaving the EU for the management of the UK s borders. From Europol membership to the Schengen Information System, the UK is at risk of losing access to a plethora of collaborative tools, the report reveals. Securing UK borders: An examination of the implications of leaving the EU for UK border management , which is written by several experts in immigration and border security, European law, and security and resilience, also warns of: Confusion at the UK border as customs declarations slow down traffic. The Road Haulage Association has said there is a real danger of everything grinding to a halt Complexities of new visa arrangements: Questions must arise about the ability of Border Force to deal with the increased workload as well as the physical capacity of receiving airports and other points of entry Brexit could represent an opportunity to modernise current practice and technology and adopt best practices from elsewhere in the world to improve both border security and customer experience ahead of, or at, the border. A decade after New Labour s attempts to introduce identity cards were shelved the concept could reemerge. The need to reframe collaboration with the EU over information sharing as Britain exits Europol and loses access to Eurojust, SIS II, the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), the European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS), the Pr m Decisions and the Passenger Name Records (PNR) The white paper follows an earlier report by the Security & Resilience Network that examined the Security and Resilience Implications of Brexit. The report was launched at a London First briefing on 7 June 2017 and distributed at the IFSEC International 2017 exhibition (20-22 June 2017), which includes for the first time the Borders and Infrastructure Expo. UBM, the organiser of IFSEC, sponsors this report. Get your free badge for IFSEC now.

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Security OfficerRetail Lewisham, SE13 8.57 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the Lewisham area (SE13). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

* Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Colindale, NW9 8.00 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Colindale area (NW9). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Security OfficerRetail (Central London) Central London, EC2M

7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the Central London area (EC2M). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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North London, N22 7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the North London area (N22).

Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Security OfficerRetail PART TIME (Clapham) Clapham, SW4

7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Clapham area (SW4). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Security OfficerRetail PART TIME (Croydon) Croydon, CR0 7.50 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Croydon area (CR0). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

* Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Paddington, W2 7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Paddington area (W2). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Security OfficerRetail PART TIME (Erith) Erith, Kent (DA8) 8.00 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the Erith area (DA8). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

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Security OfficerRetail Support (South London)

South London (SW9) and surrounding. 7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the South London (SW9) and surrounding area.

You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

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Security OfficerRetail Support (North London) North London (N22) and surrounding. 7.50 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the North London (N22) and surrounding area. You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Security OfficerRetail Support (East London) East London (E17) and surrounding.

7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the East London (E17) and surrounding area. You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Security Officer – Elite Retail Support (Central London)

Central London 8.00 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for professional security officers to join our prestigious retail contracts in and around Central London.

Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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We currently have various security roles in and around London. We are look for Retail and Corporate Security and Front of House officers to join various sites. At VSG we supply Security Services to a variety of blue chip clients. We are accredited to the highest standards of security, delivering performance along with general business standards. We provide services for Manned Guarding, Security Systems, Mobile Security, Secure Event Solutions and Soft Services to all of our clients. With a security role at VSG your main duty is to ensure the safety and security of the client, their employees and visitors and their premises and property. Duties

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Retail Loss Prevention Officer
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Do you have a high-level of customer service? We are seeking a customer focused Retail Loss Prevention Officers to join a leading retailer in Central London. This is a permanent role and offers opportunity for long term career progression.

Applicants should have strong customer service skills and ideally have retail security experience. Your duties will include: Providing a customer focused security presence
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Do you have a high-level of customer service? We are seeking a customer focused Retail Loss Prevention Officers to join a leading retailer in Central London. This is a permanent role and offers opportunity for long term career progression. Applicants should have strong customer service skills and ideally have retail security experience. Your duties will include: Providing a customer focused security presence
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Female Corporate Security Officer
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Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm

Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus? Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include:

Meeting and greeting customers
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Female Corporate Security Officer
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Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus?

Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills

Duties will include: Meeting and greeting customers
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Corporate Security Officer
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Wk 1: Monday-Friday 07.00-14.30 37.5 hours per week
Wk 2 Monday-Friday 14.00-21.30 37.5 hours per week Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus? Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria:

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Corporate Security Officer – Redhill
Rate of Pay: 8.88 per hour + Overtime
Hours: 3 days, 3 Nights 3 off
Location: Redhill

Are you SIA licensed? Do you want to work at a corporate site in Redhill? The role will mainly involve undertaking control room duties in a corporate environment. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include:

Meeting and greeting customers
High level of customer service
Conducting investigations
Monitoring CCTV
Key holding
Retail loss prevention
Security patrols
Staff searches Established as a Security Recruitment specialist

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8.88/hour

Location

Redhill (12 miles)

Posted

01/05/2017 (11:31)

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Type

Permanent

Description

Corporate Security Officer – Redhill
Rate of Pay: 8.88 per hour + Overtime
Hours: 3 days, 3 Nights 3 off
Location: Redhill Are you SIA licensed?

Do you want to work at a corporate site in Redhill? The role will mainly involve undertaking control room duties in a corporate environment. Applicants should meet the following criteria:

SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include: ‘ ‘ Meeting and greeting customers
‘ ‘ High level of customer service
‘ ‘ Conducting investigations
‘ ‘ Monitoring CCTV
‘ ‘ Key holding
‘ ‘ Retail loss prevention
‘ ‘ Security patrols
‘ ‘ Staff searches

Established as a Security

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8/hour

Location

London

Posted

05/05/2017 (16:18)

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Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary

Description

Event Security Officers – Immediate Availability
Location: London
Pay: 8.00ph Are you looking for a position with hours to match your availability? Do you hold a SIA License? Momentum Security Recruitment is working with a growing National Events Security Company. We are currently recruiting for a number of Events Security Officers. The assignments can suit your currently availability. All candidates must have a valid in date SIA license Standards: SIA License
Great customer service
Be of smart appearance
Excellent written and verbal English
Live local to London or willing to travel
The ability to be flexible and adaptable
A 5 year checkable

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Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary

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9.46/hour

Location

Posted

27/04/2017 (10:34)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Female Corporate Security Officer
Location: Central London
Rate: 9.46
Hours: Days & Nights

Do you have excellent customer service skills with the ability to provide a friendly and secure front of house service? We have opportunities for Female Security professionals to join the customer focused team of a corporate security location in Central London. Applicants should hold a SIA license with first class customer service skills and be able to provide a friendly front of house service.

Applicants should be female due to the need to search female members of staff. There is an excellent rate of pay on offer and the opportunity to work at

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35,000/annum

Location

Posted

20/04/2017 (12:46)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Security Control Room Manager
Location: Central London
Salary: Circa 35k
Hours: Rolling roster of Days & Nights Do you hold a SIA License? Happy working a mix of day & night shifts? Prior experience of working in a busy control room? Due to the nature of the site we would welcome applications from ex-Military candidates. Applicants should have prior corporate security experience along with experience of managing a team. Applicants should meet the following criteria: Prior supervisory/management experience in the security sector or Military, Police service etc.
Experience of managing, motivating and leading a team
SIA licensed
Happy working

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35,000/annum

Location

London

Posted

23/04/2017 (11:06)

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Permanent

Description

Security Shift Manager (Corporate)
Location: Central London
Salary: Circa 35k
Hours: Rolling roster of Days & Nights

Do you hold a SIA License? Happy working a mix of day & night shifts? Applicants should have prior corporate security experience along with experience of managing a team.

Due to the nature of the site we would welcome applications from ex-Military candidates. Applicants should meet the following criteria: Prior supervisory/management experience in the security sector or Military, Police service etc.
Experience of managing, motivating and leading a team
SIA licensed
Happy working a mix of days, nights & weekends on a rota basis

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Posted

07/05/2017 (11:31)

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Project Engineer
Location: London
Package: a competitive salary is on offer along with company vehicle,

Are you looking to join a quality focused security solutions provider with a tremendous company culture? If you are looking to become a part of a rapidly growing company with opportunity for future career growth then please get in touch. You will conduct site visits, client meetings, initial pre-sales surveys, manage contractors and lead of project installations.

What they will offer:

A competitive salary along with company benefits
The opportunity to work on a range of high-end projects
The chance to be a part of a growing solutions

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Video surveillance for todays seniors

The lifespan of the average man and woman has increased over the years, due to advances in medicine and improved nutritional standards. Seniors who would have been considered elderly only decades ago, are now still vibrant and living independently. Even senior citizens who live at home with the assistance of a nurse or in home care aid, can live life to the fullest.

Of course, this doesn t mean that family and friends don t worry about them. On the contrary, people in their 80s and 90s and those individuals lucky enough to live past the 100 mark may need guidance. Any lack of balance or simple fall can cause a hospital stay, with a broken hip likely to create further medical issues. Forgetfulness and hearing loss makes otherwise diligent seniors forget to take their medicine or hear the ring of a doorbell. Seniors and technology Teens and young adults have no problem living their lives in front of the camera. Their generation enjoys being videotaped whenever and wherever they may be. However, this is generally not the case for senior citizens. Many older people still fear technology and feel uncomfortable with video equipment in their homes, no matter how unobtrusive these cameras may be. Young adults try to explain to their parents how crucial a camera may be to their senior loved ones health, security and well-being.

It s always important to discuss the subject thoroughly, before making any purchases. Surveillance monitoring equipment is not only a definite investment, but at no time do you want a parent or grandparent to think that they are being spied on unnecessarily. Less invasive forms of video monitoring You never want to make anyone uncomfortable in their own home. This is especially true of those people who believe that someone will be watching them in various stages of undress or when using the bathroom. Luckily there are monitors which function as sensors, simply alerting a loved one that something is amiss in the household. Monitoring systems do use traditional video cameras, so no footage is obtained from the home. These wireless and diminutive sensors are placed where they can detect motion or a change in normal patterns of activity. When this occurs, a contact is immediately notified. You can choose how messages are sent confidentially via telephone, email, text message and mobile app.

Wireless motion sensors An excellent example of how these sensors are employed, concerns their usage in determining if someone has taken their daily medicine or meals. Sensors are small enough to attach to regular household items like pillboxes and television remotes. You can additionally attach sensors to the refrigerator or interior door, alerting a loved one that their senior is home and on schedule. Let s say that a senior has opened a front or back door at an unusual hour of the night. Their family member or guardian would be alerted at once. This information is particularly urgent when seniors are completely alone or live with a spouse yet suffer from dementia. Once alerted, a loved one can contact the police, a neighbor or rush over on their own if possible. Home surveillance videos Video technology is routinely used to monitor homes, schools, shopping centers and commercial buildings. More than one person has discovered that their pet was running amuck through their house or that an employee has been stealing from their place of business.

In severe situations, acts of child abuse and crimes committed in bright daylight have been uncovered. Today s video cameras are stylishly small and easily set up around the home. All that s required is an on-site wi-fi system so images can be sent directly through the Internet. The capability of your chosen video equipment will vary greatly, depending upon its cost and complexity. However, newer home based surveillance systems will operate with amazing accuracy. Real-time video monitoring saves lives Instead of spying on seniors, loved ones are now able to see and hear if an emergency is happening in real-time. Night vision cameras allow for surveillance during the night and early morning hours when illnesses often take lives. Sound detection features let loved ones hear if a senior is calling out for help or someone else is prowling the premises. More complicated video surveillance systems come with a variety of other options.

These include motion based sensors and audio components that give viewers a chance to speak directly to the subject under surveillance. You can additionally record videos and save them to the Cloud, so they can be reviewed more intensely later. Peace of mind and security Using simple mounts with adjustable angles, monitoring equipment literally blends in with any d cor. Seniors can go about their lives in their own home, with the knowledge that a medical emergency or act of crime will be reported as it plays out. Should a senior citizen not remember exactly what happened, the video feed can replay to catch the incident in its entirety. For those seniors who require a caregiver or housekeeper, video surveillance cameras provide an ongoing record of their employment. Should an act of abuse or theft take place, it is likely to be captured in full view of the cameras. This aids families and the authorities. Just as Nanny Cams have revolutionized child care, home video surveillance can transform how seniors live.

While some people might find the presence of a video camera intrusive, the eye of the camera is really their friend. Better yet, family members can now monitor these video feeds right from their mobile devices giving them a chance to advocate on behalf of their loved ones. Europe s only large-scale security event in 2017 Taking place in London, 20 22 June 2017, IFSEC International gives you exclusive hands-on access to over 10,000 security solutions, live product demonstrations, and networking with over 27,000 security professionals.

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Parliamentary report flags concerns about technical skills shortage

security skills crisis A new parliamentary report is urging the government to prioritise efforts to get young people to take up apprenticeships in sectors requiring higher value technical skills, such as electrotechnical. Electrotechnical skillsets are required in a range of security industry professions, including access control, retail security and fire safety alarm systems and CCTV engineering. The electrical industry and its various sub-sectors faces a skills shortage, according to the Electrical Contractors Association (ECA), which recently conducted a survey of its members and found that nearly half all businesses participating expect to see a skills shortage from 2018.

ECA s director of employment and skills Alex Meikle said: It s widely accepted that engineering disciplines, such as electrotechnical, face an ongoing skills shortage. This threatens to derail broader government efforts to develop a highly skilled, highly paid workforce. The ECA provided written evidence to the inquiry which produced the report, stating that government apprenticeship funding policy risked targeting investment at short duration, lower value apprenticeships, which are easier to deliver, rather than technical, longer duration, higher value apprenticeships. Supporting the ECA s assertion, the report has found that the the current balance of apprenticeship funding provision is skewed towards sectors with low wage returns and few skills shortages . Engineers of tomorrow We urge the government to ensure SMEs have the funding they need to train up the electricians and engineers of tomorrow, said Meikle. The apprenticeships report was compiled by a joint inquiry of the House of Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee and the Education Committee, led by Hartlepool MP Iain Wright and Stroud MP Neil Carmichael. The ECA is the UK s largest trade association representing electrical, electrotechnical and other engineering contractors, from regional to European level. Member companies are rigorously assessed before membership is approved. The fire and security industry appears to have woken up to the grave consequences if the skills crisis is left unaddressed.

A ground-breaking apprenticeship standard for the fire and security sector was launched a few weeks ago. And John Battersby, MD of Sunfish Services, recently argued on this site that a formal engineering qualification was key to remedying the problem. Visit Europe s leading security event in June 2017 Visit IFSEC International for exclusive access to every security product on the market, live product demonstrations and networking with thousands of security professionals. From access control and video surveillance to smart buildings, cyber, border control and so much more. It is the perfect way to keep up to date, protect your business and enhance your career in the security industry.

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What should a smart lock for the home do?

Until recently, the digital lifestyle revolution had barely reached our front doors. Digital access is familiar in a hotel or office, of course, by smart card or even mobile app. At home, meanwhile, the mechanical key has reigned supreme.

But, powered by smart technology, a new generation of residential locks do more than just secure the entrance. They provide a smart gateway to the 21 st -century smart home. What exactly do consumers want from a smart lock? A wide-ranging survey polled potential adopters across Europe, Africa and the Middle East to find out. The results suggest this is already a demanding and knowledgeable consumer market, one which craves the convenience offered by this latest generation of smart door locks. Unsurprisingly, consumers value security as their most important concern. An emphatic 99% rated security at least somewhat important and 90% as very important in any purchase decision. After all, security is any lock s most important job. The smartphone will be the most convenient remote control for this new generation of locks, and customers know what they want from any app that operates their lock.

Smart lock apps should send a notification when someone enters, and enable homeowners to check the status of their door open/closed, locked/unlocked from anywhere. We have all, surely, experienced a nagging doubt after leaving the house: did I forget to lock the door ? This function offers valuable peace of mind. Customers also appreciate the ability to issue or revoke digital keys, so a neighbour can feed the cat while you are on holiday, say, or to cancel a builder s access rights once a job is complete. It s far more convenient (and secure) than having a new set of keys cut. Going further, remote opening via app enables users to let in a cleaner, a contractor or their child from anywhere, at any time perfect for a domestic emergency while you are away from the house. The ability to override the digital technology to open the door with a physical key is also ranked as very important by three-quarters of respondents. Leading smart locks have a built-in mechanical override, so you can still unlock the door with a key in the event of a power failure. Yet another critical feature: locks should integrate seamlessly with smart-home platforms, so homeowners can control all their smart gadgets from the same app or web interface.

We are seeing the beginning of a major shift to smart residential access control, says Thomas Schulz, Director Marketing and Communications EMEA at ASSA ABLOY Group, whose brands including Yale and Mul-T-Lock are already established leaders in the domestic smart door lock market. The total integration of security, energy consumption and other critical domestic functions, all controlled from a single smartphone or tablet app, is coming. Our ENTR Smart Door Lock already comes with all the functionality that consumers value most, as well as optional features such as a remote control and fingerprint reader. Yale Keyless and Keyfree Connected locks are equally powerful, and integrate easily via the Z-Wave protocol with leading smart-home platforms. This new generation of locks can deliver convenient security fit for the 21 st -century smart home. Property developers are already adopting these technologies for new apartment and housing blocks. Opening this year in Istanbul, for example, 1,700 new homes at Future Park will have their heating, lighting and Yale front door lock all controlled by the same integrated app. It s a huge boost in convenience, and, after all, a truly smart home should start with a smart door lock. All the response data from this consumer survey is detailed in The Smart Home Security Report, published by IFSECGlobal.com and ASSA ABLOY.

It is free to download for anyone working in the smart-home sector. About ASSA ABLOY ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience. Since its formation in 1994, ASSA ABLOY has grown from a regional company into an international group with about 47,000 employees, operations in more than 70 countries and sales close to SEK 71 billion. In the fast-growing electromechanical security segment, the Group has a leading position in areas such as access control, identification technology, entrance automation and hotel security. Visit Europe s leading security event in June 2017 Register here to attend IFSEC International where you will be able to take advantage of our meetings service, allowing you to select and meet with the manufacturers you want to see and with 600 companies exhibiting you are not short on choice. There are also discounts of up to 20% across a large range of products at the show, helping you to get the best value for your money. Click here to register your place now to join us at London Excel on 20 22 June 2017.

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