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Nominations open for UK OSPAs

Nominations are now open for the second UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs), which will take place in London on March 1. The UK OSPAs the first of which took place earlier this year recognise and reward companies and individuals across the security industry. The awards are held in eight countries and aim to be both independent and inclusive, by providing an opportunity for chosen nominees and winners, whether buyers or suppliers, to be recognised and their success to be celebrated.

The criteria for the awards are based on extensive research into key factors that contribute to and characterise outstanding performance. Perpetuity Research has contributed to the creation of the criteria. The OSPAs are organised in collaboration with security associations and groups in the countries they take place in, with standardised award categories and criteria. Nominations are open until the November 13 2017. Submissions are invited in several categories. These include: Outstanding In-House Security Team , Outstanding In-House Security Manager , Outstanding Contract Security Company , Outstanding Security Consultant and Outstanding Customer Service Initiative . Entry to the UK OSPAs is free and is open to companies, teams and individuals who have performed at an exceptional level. The nomination process is simple with only two questions to answer. A panel of leading industry figures will select award winners from finalists and the UK OSPAs will be presented at a prestigious awards dinner to be held at the Royal Lancaster, London on March 1 2018.

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British Safety Council chief: Grenfell should mark turning point in fire safety

The chief executive of the British Safety Council opened its annual conference this week by detailing the body s plans for the future, and his hopes for the sector. Mike Robinson said that a lot had happened in the world since the Council had met last year, including the start of the Brexit process, the general election this summer, the Grenfell Tower disaster, and the election of Donald Trump. Speaking on Grenfell, and following the Council s joint letter to the prime minister last summer on stopping deregulation, Robinson said personally about how the disaster, which happened near to its offices in Hammersmith.

He said: This tragic event had negatively impacted on many peoples lives. I can only hope that it marks a turning point for fire safety in high rise buildings. Brexit On Brexit, Robinson said it was still far from clear what would happen at the end of the process, but that it may actually have a positive for health and safety. He said: With the uncertainty around Brexit, it creates an environment where there is actually an opportunity to look at good safety management. Robinson also detailed concerns about the rising levels of personal debt, stating the the financial pressures of not only low-paid but medium paid workers in the country is a big issue. Council developments Speaking about the Council, Robinson said the roll-out of the mental health construction scheme, Mates in Mind, had an ambitious aim to reach two-thirds of the entire industry of 2.5 million workers, and had got off to a great start since its launch a few weeks ago. On setting up the Mumbai office, he said that the Council wants to have an impact in a country where there are still 48,000 deaths from work . Training was another key element for Robinson going foward, and he claimed to be annoying Microsoft by shifting away from PowerPoint and traditional presentation techniques to immersive technology which he hopes to bring next year to the Council s suite of certificates. Free Download: A Technical Guide to Fire Detection and Alarm Systems Fire legislation, which is written for the purpose of life safety, requires duty holders in non-domestic premises to assess fire risks and put in place arrangements for the prevention of fire and to protect people from fire when it occurs.

This guide provides an overview of the need to know information for fire detection and alarm systems and your legal requirements, key actions, key terms and more.

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Security Guard Jobs in Attleborough

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Security Guard Companies in London

Our team have supplied security guards in London to the Science Museum, Premier Inn, Selfridges, Audi, Wandsworth Council, the Chinese Embassy, Harpo Productions (Oprah Winfrey’s) production company and many other leading organisations. Call us now on 0844 499 0607

We supply security guards, guard dogs, mobile patrols and close protection (body guards) for your business or residence.

We have security guards in London who can speak several languages, some are ex forces, and many of them are unarmed combat specialists. This means we can offer you a bespoke service to fit your specific needs.

Ensuring the staff we supply you are actually fit for purpose and can effectively deal with any situation, you, your family or staff are facing.

You may need one security professional for an overnight emergency or you could need a team to secure your entire family on a round the clock basis.

Emergency cover is a speciality of ours; we can get a security professional to your site in a couple of hours.

No matter what your need is for security guards in London we can help you. Even if you think you have an unusual request please don’t hesitate to contact us, it may sound strange to you but with our over 30 years of security experience, we will more than likely have come across your type of situation before.

Raymond offers a complete package. After an initial telephone conversation I received a prompt visit to discuss my company’s requirements and business standards. A four-week cover turned into 12 months mainly due to his ability to supply trained smart and committed staff. As a security manager I was impressed with security guards in London supplier that kept in regular contact with me and continually strived to fine-tune its service. Darren Heath Debenhams Security Manager Dear Raymond Just a note to thank you for expediting our requirements for guards this past month. All my managers reported an entirely satisfactory service from your security guards who performed during a period of high business pressure. Dave Willock, Austin Reed, Group Security Manager. Raymond’s company covered our Purley store during a period of sustained threat; their service was very reassuring and proficient, from their security guard on site, even to the area manager’s liaison with us. I would be more than happy to use them again should the need arise. Lorraine Minler, Laura Ashley. Dear Raymond, thank you for your excellent service, we really appreciate your professionalism and hands on customer service. Not only did you supply brilliant security staff but your area manager visiting our store manager to brief him on how to use your services was outstanding.
On the very first day of using your company your security staff put a stop to the ongoing mass shoplifting, which was plaguing our Portobello Road store for a number of weeks. Thanks again for taking charge of what was a potentially volatile situation in an outstanding manner. Lisa Moore, Pe Pe Jeans London We had to call Raymond at very short notice to get security over to our Knightsbridge Store.

He had security cover in place for us in one and a half hours; they sure are quick and efficient and helped us out when we really needed help.
Thanks Raymond! Claire Greenwood, UGG Australia Hello Raymond, I want to express my gratitude for the emergency security cover that you recently supplied to us. Not having a pre-existing relationship did worry me somewhat however I need not have concerned myself because you provided an excellent service.
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Kind Regards Kenneth Clinton – Manager, Croydon Showroom, Oakland Furniture We had just arrived back from holiday and noticed that our home had been burgled. To make matters even worse I was leaving that evening for a business trip where I was going to be away from home for several nights.
So after doing an internet search for professional security guards in London. I called every company on the search engines 1st page, to my astonishment I could only get through to one company, Centurion Guards. They not only answered their phone swiftly but they ensured I had security in place to protect my wife and kids within a couple of hours.
If you are in need of a professional, customer focused easily contactable security supplier? You need not look any further than Centurion Guards. Frank van den Bosch London, England

Case Study:

We were having regular problems on our large private estate in London, anti social behaviour, small groups of youngsters playing loud music from their cars often whilst taking class B drugs at ungodly hours, a few break ins of our gardeners sheds etc. We didn’t want to create a Fort Knox type of environment, especially as some of our residents were very unhappy at the mere mention of security overseeing our estate.

After contacting several professional looking companies, the committee chose a security guards in London supplier with a great emphasis on pricing. The company we chose seemed professional as well as giving us a very “competitive” price.

My favourite company was more expensive, but I had a gut feeling they were the company we needed, especially after reading their customer testimonials and a bit about the founder of the company. But hey ho such is life; we don’t always get what we want.

However the proof of the pudding was in the eating….

The “competitively priced” company proved to be difficult to get hold of and were generally unprofessional when I did get hold of them. They never did a site visit and I soon began to realise that they were not going to be the ones for us. I then contacted Raymond Mason from the company I originally preferred. He came down at very short notice, and after being shown around our sprawling estate we agreed to go forward with him.

What a revelation, a few key residents have his number in case incidents happen, but we rarely have to contact him as his security team normally spot things and deal with them with no drama and no fuss, before residents are aware of them. When we do have to call them, they are at the scene in literally a minute or two and deal with the situation in a calm and professional manner.

If you need professional honest security in place that are easy to do business with you need not look any further than Raymond Mason and his excellent team at Centurion Guards.

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The average security company ensures their staff have a valid SIA (Security industry Authority) licence and then they vet them and send them out on site. We start with the SIA licence, but also make sure they have a bare minimum of 1 year’s security experience and do some form of regular unarmed combat or gym type of classes. There’s no point in us providing security staff that can’t even protect their own wallets.

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Free cybersecurity seminar will focus on physical security systems and star ethical hackers

BSIA The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has announced a free seminar on cybersecurity and data protection for both installers and users of physical security systems. The half-day event will focus in particular on addressing vulnerabilities of physical security products that are connected those that are accessed or operated remotely via the internet. So whether you procure, operate or install IP CCTV, IP access control, IP intruder alarms, IP fire systems and other connected systems, the event is relevant to you.

Also supported by the Fire Industry Association (FIA), the seminar will take place in Solihull, West Midlands on 4 October. The introduction of the GDPR, which comes into force from 25 May 2018, is raising the stakes when it comes to strengthening protections against data breaches. Fines for non-compliance could be as much as 79 times greater than under the existing data protection regime. The GDPR and its implications will no doubt be a big attraction for those who attend the seminar. Cybersecurity experts from the West Midlands Police digital cybercrime team and the Scottish Business Resilience Centre s team of ethical hackers will also deliver presentations. Another session will discuss the Cyber Essentials accreditation, while the BSIA will review its own work in the cybersecurity field. Exhibition space is still available to companies wishing to showcase products and services to a wide range of delegates from the fire and security sectors. A limited number of stands are still available to book, priced at 395 + VAT for BSIA and FIA members, and 495 + VAT for non-members. Registration for the event will be open from 9:00am, with presentations kicking off at 9:45am and the event expected to finish at around 13:30.

A full programme and online booking forms for both delegates and exhibitors are all available from the BSIA s website. Free Download: the CyberSecurity Crashcourse Are you even aware if you have been the victim of a cybersecurity breach? This report will help you to find out and protect yourself, Eric Hansleman from 451 Research presents a rapid-fire overview of cybersecurity , because a firewall just won t do, you need multi-layered defences to truly protect your data.

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How prison authorities are grappling with the rise of drone-assisted smuggling

Anti-drone tech Prison services are grappling with a growing phenomenon that didn t even exist three years ago. Intrusion by unauthorised drones accounted for 33 incidents at prisons in England and Wales in 2015 a 1,550% jump on the two recorded in 2014. The year before that not a single incident was recorded.

In one particularly daring plot criminals used drones in a failed bid to flood prisons with contraband worth around 48,000. A specialist team of prison and police officers has been set up to combat the problem. Law enforcement agencies and HM Prison and Probation Service will inspect drones recovered from jails in order to identify, track down and prosecute those involved in drone-assisted smuggling. In footage obtained by the BBC below, surveillance cameras show a drone delivering drugs and mobile phones to inmates in a London prison in April 2016. An inmate grabs the goodies by reaching through the prison bars. embedded content It s a global problem. A recent report from USA Today revealed that drones have been used more than a dozen times to smuggle contraband into federal prisons over the last five years. In 2016, a recently released inmate and two accomplices were convicted of smuggling porn and drugs into Maryland s Western Correctional Institution using a drone. The perpetrators reportedly earned about $6,000 per drop.

Lethal items US prison management consultant Donald Leach told US Today that traditionally some inmates would bribe the staff or visitors to bring drugs and other small items into jail illegally by hiding them in body cavities etc. But drones have opened up the possibility of transporting much bigger and much more lethal items like guns into the facilities. Correctional Service Canada, the federal agency responsible for management of Canadian prison facilities, recorded 41 drone-related incidents at federal prisons between July 2013 and December 2016. In four of those cases, the authority believes that contraband was successfully smuggled into the facility. Would it not be more effective to spread nets over the prisons and obscure sensitive areas from view? Martin Grigg, director, CHQ There are myriad ways of deterring, repelling, disabling or seizing drones. However, the problem is still so new that prisons around the world are very much in a trial and error phase regarding deciding on the best solution. A prison in Guernsey recently became the first in the world to use an invisible shield to foil repel drones. The shield uses sensors to jam radio frequencies that return the drone to its sender.

Martin Grigg, founder and director of security consultancy CHQ, told IFSEC Global that: Drones are an area of increased concern in that they present a new threat to prisons for both remote reconnaissance and delivery of contraband. Disabling a drone in a pre-defined area is relatively straightforward. A high-power directional microwave pulse will fry its electronics and will kill it in mid-air. But he outlines two legal problems associated with combating the problem, including the law around damaging other people s property and, more fundamentally, safety concerns. What do you do with 5kg of metal falling out of the sky? There are many health and safety risks associated with disabling drones. A falling drone could kill an innocent person. The technology that returns a drone to its last way-point is a good solution but it is not hard to imagine a drone that is not using standard aviation navigation techniques. Lateral thinking may well be an approach to practical solutions.

The basic starting point should be to keep it simple. For example, in the case of drones, would it not be more effective to spread nets over the prisons and obscure sensitive areas from view? Free Download: The key to mitigating cybersecurity risks Exploiting IoT technology without creating cybersecurity vulnerabilities is one of the defining challenges in today s security landscape.

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SIA | The Voice of the Satellite Industry

The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) is a Washington D.C. based trade association representing the leading global satellite operators, service providers, manufacturers, launch services providers, and ground equipment suppliers.
Since 1995, SIA has been the unified voice of the satellite industry on policy, regulatory, and legislative issues affecting the commercial satellite industry. The association actively promotes the benefits and uses of commercial satellite technology and its role in national security, homeland security, disaster relief and recovery, and the global information infrastructure and economy. As the commercial satellite industry s lead advocate, the SIA continually monitors the international and domestic regulatory landscape and works to advance satellite interests both at home and abroad. SIA member companies are actively involved in reviewing and commenting on spectrum, regulatory, telecom, international trade, export controls, government procurement, national defense, homeland security and industry trends among other key issues.

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Norwich Door To Door

Welcome to Norwich Door to Door:

Access Able Transport for All Ages

To enable social inclusion and enhance quality of life for people with severe mobility problems on low incomes in Norwich and districts. We offer fully accessible mobility bus services with affordable fares, for independence, equality, safety and security so that our members are empowered to make their own contribution to their community.

Who we are

We are a caring and welfare charity. We formed in 1992 and continue to work with the same aims and objectives.

We offer a Dial-a-Ride service for people who are on low income, who need extra help and a friendly hand to be able to get out and about independently. For our passengers and their carers transport is the key to freedom and autonomy and there is the added assurance of the safety and security of a door to door service.

Our passengers tell us they want to be able to choose when they travel. They want to be able to plan days when they feel well and have access to support that empowers them. They want to make their own contribution to their own society in their own way.

How do we do it

We operate a fleet of ten mobility buses all equipped with to the ground front of bus steps, passenger lifts big enough for wheelchairs, walking aids and scooters, and a Multipurpose Vehicle for up to three passengers with a drive in wheelchair ramp. Each bus operates with a two person crew who receive accredited training for operating mini buses suitable for the safe carriage of people travelling in their wheelchairs.

To contribute to our budget in today s more austere funding environment, we have secured contracts to transport disabled children to special and mainstream schools. In addition, our passengers make a contribution toward the cost of their transport. We balance our needs though applying for grant funding both locally and nationally, and by our events. We are in receipt of grant funding through Norfolk County Council Passenger Transport, Norwich City Council, Broadland District Council and South Norfolk District Council.

How we change lives

Our service enables our passengers to connect with their communities, experience an enhanced state of well being and sense relief from the feeling of isolation and depression of spirit. There has been much research already done by august bodies like the British Medical Association and Leonard Cheshire Disability on the importance of social inclusion for a sense of well being.

We also regularly organise our own surveys on passengers experience and wishes. Last year, in keeping with current thinking, we undertook our first Social Impact Report and Social impact Triangle attached. Our recent assessment of the effect the charity has on its new passengers has been complied in a follow up Social Impact Report 2013
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I would be house bound. Taxis I could not afford if I could I would never get the care and attention I get from Door to Door. Nothing is too much trouble for them. They are almost like a family. Without them my life would sadly not be the same, I depend on them for so much , Celia

It changed my life, I cannot stand for any period so taking the bus was impossible.

It is a lifeline to the outside world, without Door to Door my shopping would be a nightmare , Sylvia

Door to Door allows us to have access to places we would not be able to get to otherwise.

The summer trip programme was really enjoyable and we got to meet up with other members and feel confident and safe on the transport , Paul and Sue

Registered as an Industrial and Provident Society Charity for the Benefit of the Community 27814R, a Charity Registered with the Inland Revenue XR25792 081

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References

  1. ^ Social Impact Report (norwichdoortodoor.org.uk)
  2. ^ Social impact Triangle (norwichdoortodoor.org.uk)
  3. ^ follow up Social Impact Report 2013 (norwichdoortodoor.org.uk)
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Door Supervision – Etiquette Security UK

Door Supervision - Etiquette Security UKDoor Supervisors help provide an all important first impression to a venue. Our professional, highly trained Door Supervisors are there to compliment venues. Immaculately presented, knowledgeable and approachable are qualities we look for in our personnel, keeping appearances high, keeping a safe and welcoming atmosphere, and a professional security objective of upholding Licensing Law.

All Door Supervisors are licensed with the Security Industry Authority (SIA), and trained well above the national occupational standards set by our extremely experienced in-house trainers from the sister company Etiquette Training U.K. Expert Experience, High competence levels & additional portfolio of qualifications assist in promoting best practice through out and meeting/exceeding your expectations of door supervision. Etiquette Security U.K. provide Door Supervision/Security to a variety of venues, these include but are not limited to: Traditional Inns/Pubs, Sports Bars, Wine & Cocktail Bars, Casinos, Exotic Dance Venues, Private Members Clubs, Live Music Venues, Multi-million Pound Nightclubs, Taxi-Ranks, Public Transport Services, Holiday Parks & Late-Night-Refreshment Venues. Each venue, venue type has its own unique selling point and vibe, we offer a service to compliment your venues reputation and help staff, managers and customers.

Please feel free to contact us any time, with no obligations, to discuss anything security / licensing objective wise. We offer any venue, whether they wish to change security provider of not.. A full door supervision/security consultation review..

Including assessment of Physical Competence, review Procedures Legality and Conflict/Physical Risk Assessments.

HD cameras to replace control tower in ground-breaking revamp at London City Airport

Case study In what is believed to be a first for a UK airport, a remote monitoring system based on high definition video cameras is to replace the physical control tower at London City Airport. The digital air traffic control tower will be operated some 100 miles from the airport at a new control room in Swanwick, Hampshire and will be managed by NATS, the air traffic control service. High definition cameras The system developed by Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions in conjunction with the Swedish air traffic control service, LFV will consist of a new unmanned tower, at the top of which will be 14 high definition and two PTZ cameras.

The cameras will combine to provide a full 360-degree view of the airfield just like that provided by a conventional tower but at a level of detail greater than the human eye and with new viewing tools that, it s claimed, will modernise and improve air traffic management. The images will be viewed at a new facility which will resemble a modern CCTV control room at the NATS site in Swanwick, which also controls the skies over southern England. The control room will feature a curved video wall of screens, with images stitched together to provide a virtual, panoramic view of the airport. embedded content The realism will be enhanced with an audio feed from the airfield and radar readings from the skies above London, to instruct aircraft and oversee movements. Saab says it started developing the digital air traffic solution in response to the need to provide a more efficient way of handling air traffic control, particularly for smaller airports where air traffic control can account for 30-40% of operating costs. The remote solution means that air traffic control costs can be shared, with a number of airports being managed simultaneously or according to demand at any particular time. The first digital control tower was established at rnsk ldsvik airport in northern Sweden as recently as 2015, with Sundsvall airport being added later and a third airport, Link ping, up and running by summer 2017. The control room in Sundsvall features a large row of 55-inch screens showing a window-like panoramic view of each airport. Difficult light conditions The camera technology actually makes it easier for air traffic controllers to cope with difficult light conditions, such as direct sunlight or reflections from snow, so they can follow an aircraft that is climbing without being dazzled.

Other types of data, such as weather and wind force, can be integrated into the same view on the screen, providing a more enhanced situational awareness. Not only does the remote air traffic control system comply with existing regulations but it also enables the further enhancement of safety, according to Per Ahl, sales director at Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions. This is because: Cameras can provide better night vision Advanced image processing can detect potential dangers such as equipment left on the airfield Target tracking technology via radar and camera can detect and highlight incoming aircraft, making it easier for air traffic controllers to monitor them Information overlaid on screen can display everything from weather and visibility to the identity of aircraft and vehicles. The cameras also feature specially designed metal housings to prevent image interference on the lens from insects and small animals. Enhanced situational awareness The image viewing is combined with other systems which controllers use to manage air traffic, such as radar displays, navigation aids and information about flight plans. By combining LFV s unique operational experience with Saab s world class technology solutions, we can drive the whole process forward from planning to commissioning remote air traffic control, said Johan Klintberg, CEO of Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions. We offer smart digital solutions so that data can be used in several locations to streamline traffic flows around an airport, both in the air and on the ground. As we are pioneering digital air traffic management, the market has shown large interest in our products and services. Mike Stoller, Director of Airports at NATS, said: Digital towers are going to transform the way air traffic services are provided at airports by providing real safety, operational and efficiency benefits.

We are delighted that London City Airport has chosen to work with us to deliver what will be the first of its kind in the UK. High-rise cameras The 50-metre camera tower which will be located in the airport s long-stay car park in line with the mid-way point of the runway was approved by the London Borough of Newham in December 2016. Construction of the tower is due to be completed in 2018, followed by more than a year of testing and training, during which the existing tower will continue to operate. The digital tower will become fully operational in 2019. London City Airport which this year turns 30 years old is also beginning a 350m development programme to help cater for an extra two million passengers a year by 2025. Facilities will include seven new aircraft stands to accommodate next generation aircraft, a parallel taxiway to maximise runway capacity, and an extension to the passenger terminal. Free download: The video surveillance report 2017 Sponsored by IDIS The Video Surveillance Report 2017 covers all things video surveillance based on a poll of hundreds of security professionals.

Specifically looking at topics such as open platforms, 4K, low-light cameras, video analytics, warranties and this year due to the growing threat posed, the cybersecurity landscape.

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