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I asked criminals whether security measures ever deterred them.

This is what I learned

Ask offenders why they choose the target they do and they often reply: Because it was easy. And this is true despite the fact that security measures are in place. This tells us there is a real difference between having security and having security that works, Indeed, offenders tell me when I interview them in prison that they rely on security not being excellent; when it is excellent it puts them off.

So the key question is not the difference between poor security and good security as it is all too often mistakenly framed it is: What is the difference between good security and excellent security? That is the key question to address as we move forward. Some people say that the trouble with security measures is that they can all be circumvented, that nothing works. I believe this to be taking the wrong emphasis. The truth is everything works but only when effectively delivered developed and matched to risks in context. Now despite what some people say this is a really difficult task. Underestimated skill sets Many, including in my view many security professionals, have underestimated the skills sets required to be excellent at security. It is serious stuff. Think of it like this.

Every business process is a potential security risk. An excellent security professional team will understand all of these. Every single person is a potential security risk. Every excellent security team will understand all corporate roles. Every business process and every person will in fact be a key ally in excellent security. Security people who are excellent will understand the business, the risks, internal and external threats, match measures to risks, be proportionate, take account of freedoms, be sensitive to the aims of the business and ensure security complements these. Good measures needed to be matched by well trained people and they needed to work together and that rarely happened It is for this reason that I have been involved in developing the Outstanding Security Performance Awards . I think there is a good case for having standards, regulation and training; they are all in different ways potential contributors to good security and maybe excellent security too, sometimes. But we must realise that excellent security requires business expertise, a deep knowledge base, an ability to relate to many business departments (and therefore there is a requirement to understand them), and to engage people meaningfully in supporting actions that are not always their core interests.

I recall an interview I had with an armed robber a few years back now, but the message sticks with me. I was talking to him about the risks of getting caught, pretty serious if you are an armed robber. I thought this would be a constant worry. He said that he never worried. Assuming too much He was a prolific robber and rarely got caught. He argued that the trouble with security measures and security personnel was that they assumed too much. His point was, put simply, that good measures needed to be matched by well trained people and they needed to work together and that rarely happened. Well he was caught in the end of course although he said he was grassed (maybe, a lot say that!). Security needs to speak up for itself, argue its case: that it is a key business function, enabling the organisation to make a profit even in risky contexts.

Security people excellent ones at least are crucial parts of business, not nice to haves. We have shown this time and time again in successive Security Research Initiative reports. The question is: Is the security sector and its personnel ready for the challenge? Professor Martin Gill among, by the way, our Top 50 influencers in security and fire 2017 is sitting on a panel discussing current trends and the future of the security industry at IFSEC International 2017. Details below: Professor Martin Gill / Current trends and the future of the security industry / Security Management Theatre / IFSEC 2017, ExCeL London / 20 June 2017 / 10:20- 11:10 IFSEC International takes place between 20-22 June 2017 at London ExCeL. Get your free badge now. 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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SIA Security Guarding in Norwich

The nearest Training Centres to Norwich for SIA Security Guarding are Norwich and Peterborough. This new three day course that was introduced on 1st January 2015, and is designed to train new Security Guards and Security Officers to be employed in industrial or commercial premises, enabling you to achieve the required accreditation to apply for an SIA Licence in Security Guarding. You should also consider the Door Supervision Course1 which qualifies you for both Security Guarding and working at Licensed Premises.

Course Length

3 days, plus 9 hours pre-course work.

Assessment

3 multiple-choice exams.

Certification

Successful candidates will receive a Level 2 Award for Working as a Security Officer within the Private Security Industry

Pricing

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Online Price 170

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SiA Security Courses

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London: 119 Birmingham: 135

The SIA door supervisor training course is a four days training. The training allows you to apply for an SIA license in order to work in the security industry as a door supervisor. The training is provided at various venues in London. The course timings for the course are from 09:30 am to 6:30 pm.


London: 129 Birmingham: 135

The SIA CCTV Training course is a three days training. The training allows you to apply for an SIA license in order to work in the security industry as a CCTV operator. The training is provided at various venues in London and Birmingham.


If you wish to work in the construction industry you would be required to apply for a CSCS green card. You need the health and safety Level 1 qualification then you need to clear your online CITB exam. Once both have been done then you can apply for your CSCS card.


General information about Close Protection Qualification

  • Guided learning hours 140
  • Credit value 16
  • Days: 13 days
  • Close Protection 880

London: 75 Birmingham: 75

After 1st January 2015 the qualification has significantly changed, now it is a two days course. This qualification is required for those door supervisors who already have an SIA license and they wish to renew their SIA Door supervisor license.


We offer the cheapest quality training for first aid training courses across London at your or our venues. These courses are QCF qualification at level 2 and level 3.


The Fire Marshal training course n London and our east or west London center are only for 65 if you book it online or on the tel. It s a half day training courses which end with a certification. The Traffic marshal training course n London and our east or west London center are only for 65 if you book it online or on the tel.

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The security guard training is three days intensive training course at the end of which you shall be examined and would be required to take three exams. Generally, learners do not opt for the training and prefer the door supervisor training.

Door Supervisor 9.5- 15 Per HourWhat Jobs Can I Do?Retail Security Officer.Corporate Security Officer, Banks, Buildings.Door Supervisor Nightclub, Bars, Restaurants. Most PopularDoor Supervisor + CCTV + 1st Aid 11- 16 Per HourWhat Jobs Can I Do?CCTV OperatorAppointed PersonRetail Security Officer.Corporate Security Officer, Banks, Buildings.Door Supervisor Nightclub, Bars, Restaurants.

9- 12 Per HourWhat Jobs Can I Do?CCTV Operator OnlyCCTV Control Rooms for Banks, Buildings etc Security Guard 8- 9 Per HourWhat Jobs Can I Do?Retail Security Officer.Corporate Security Officer, Banks, Buildings.

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All our associated centers across the UK are accredited by approved awarding bodies recognized by SIA and concerned regulators offering industry specific approved qualifications.

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The SIA linked security qualifications for security can be held at your venue in case of a corporate client or our venues. We can arrange to provide training at venues across London which include forest gate, Stratford, Ilford, Barking, Romford, hackney, poplar, Westminster, the City of London, Wembley, South Hall, Hayes, Croydon. Besides London, we also arrange training in Birmingham.

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Clock starts ticking on GDPR compliance

One year to go The rights of EU citizens over how their personal data is used will be strengthened when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect one year from now. The consequences of non-compliance demand companies that collect, store or process personal data overhaul their data strategies. Companies and organisations need to be fully aware of the regulation and its implications, as non-compliance can lead to significant fines.

The European Commission is implementing GDPR, but the implications go beyond the borders of the EU, as they do apply to some companies outside of the zone. Many UK businesses are underprepared for the GDPR, which is cause for concern. An organisation is only exempt if it categorically does not collect or process any personal data drawn from the European market, offers goods or services nor tracks or creates profiles of European citizens. In addition, GDPR expands liability beyond the current directive to include data processors as well as data controllers. The key things the GDPR does include increasing the individual s expectation of data privacy and an organisation s obligation to follow established cybersecurity practices. Fines Any violation of GDPR, such as poor data security leading to public exposure of sensitive personal information, could result in a fine in the millions or even billions of dollars depending on the size of the organisation and its income. GDPR also imposes detailed and demanding breach notification requirements. Companies that need to comply in America that are accustomed to US state data breach reporting may need to adjust their breach notification policies and procedures. The regulation also requires many organisations to appoint a data protection officer (DPO), if core activities, as either a data controller or data processor, involve regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects on a large scale.

According to Dr Jamie Graves, CEO at ZoneFox, the GDPR is a game changer in every way, from bolstered rights for individuals through to a daunting new fine structure designed to hit companies exactly where it hurts their bottom line. It is the sort of overhaul that gives even the most seasoned executive team sleepless nights, due to its complexity and how it touches on every aspect of their business. The starting gun has officially been fired and one thing is for sure: from day one, the EU will not be accepting excuses. They believe organisations have had more than enough time to prepare. Those companies that haven t started to unravel what GDPR means for them need to get proactive. GDPR is all about data. It is imperative that organisations have a full, 360-degree view of data entering, leaving and being stored within their business. This visibility can then be used as a foundation to assess and restructure processes in order to ensure compliance, advises Graves. Though complicated, GDPR also presents companies with an opportunity.

With data breaches becoming increasingly common and personal, by being compliant companies can demonstrate their commitment to data security and privacy. After all it s not just money companies have to lose their reputations are also on the line, he says. Visit 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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The SIA recognised Level 2 Awards in Security will enable you to apply to the SIA for a Security licence, and by obtaining this SIA licence you will increase your employment opportunities.

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Here at SSG we train lots of successful individuals who end up working for many blue chip security companies. Out of all of our candidates, 97% of trainees that came to train with us found jobs working with well-respected companies within the next six months after gaining their SIA license. SSG delivers SIA training form a number of venues all over the region North, South, East and West London. SIA Course Locations: Westminster2, Acton, Bethnal Green, Brixton, Bromley-by-Bow, Dagenham, East Putney, Edgware, Stockwell, Tooting Bec, Walthamstow Central, Watford, Wembley.


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London is England s capital city, and is one of the most economically stable cities in Europe, it is an economic powerhouse. Compared to any city in United Kingdom, the city of London has the most amount of blue chip company headquarters in the financial centre. Security guards work every day in a variety of security roles. In London your job opportunities are endless.

The Greater London area has one of the biggest number of public space surveillance cameras installed in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom also has more cameras per capita than any other country in the world. More cameras means that more CCTV operators are required to be present in the control rooms and alarm receiving centres of our nation s capital. London is plentiful of shops, and has many well-known brands, all requiring security guards to patrol the premises and help prevent crime within retail premises.

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Security services are an inherently meaningful vocation, because our work is related to crime reduction and improving communities.
We are working with key partners like Police officers, fire fighters, and paramedics to keep the public safe. London’s engineers and public works staff build and re-build the physical infrastructure of our great city, which we guard to the best of our ability. Providing security services is also fulfilling because employees see the fruits of their labour. On a daily basis, we re providing safety improvements, creating happier and more fulfilled customers, clients and colleges. Security work can be challenging at times, every day presents new challenges, new problems, and lots of stimuli. SSG’s social management team has taken the most popular social media networks: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Tumblr, Pinterest, and LinkedIn and has created a social media kingdom. Why? To bring you the latest news, jobs, and offers the security industry has to offer. We will show you the proverbial sweeping landscape of the private security industry.

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London; Britain s capital city, one of the most economically stable cities in Europe, is an economic powerhouse. Compared to every single city in United Kingdom, the City of London has a massive amount of blue chip company headquarters in the financial centre. Security guards work day in, day out in a variety of security roles. In London your opportunities are abundant. The Greater London area has one of the biggest number of public space surveillance cameras installed in the United Kingdom; the UK has more cameras per capita than any other country in the world.

More cameras means more CCTV operators need to be present in the control rooms and alarm receiving centres of our nation s capital.

London city also has large abundance of tourist attractions in its boundaries, like the Madame Tussauds wax museum, this attraction in particular has security guards patrolling the building, but it also has door supervisors meeting and greeting customers, and a CCTV system which is observed 24/7, whether people are in the attraction centre or not.

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IFSEC International 2017 introduces exclusive on-site discounts programme

IFSEC Discounts IFSEC is introducing a GroupOn-style programme of exclusive discounts to give security professionals another reason to visit Europe s largest annual security trade show. CSL, Vanderbilt and Anglia Tool Centre are among the many exhibitors that have signed up to the IFSEC Discounts scheme, which gives visitors who pay nothing to get into the show discounts and incentives they will simply not be able to get anywhere but London ExCeL between 20-22 June 2017, when the show is held. Installers, integrators, technology buyers and other security professionals can benefit from a plethora of special offers on products and services spanning CCTV, access control, intruder alarms and more.

Gerry Dunphy, IFSEC brand director, said: IFSEC Discounts is a brand-new reason for customers to visit IFSEC this year with so many exhibitors now using the show to provide exclusive offers and discounts from their stands. The range is huge: everything from power tools delivered by Anglia Tools plus a wide range of solutions such as HD CCTV systems, Smart Wireless DIY Security and Biometric Access Control Solutions from Y3K. IFSEC visitor customers can download the current range of IFSEC Discounts and we recommend keeping an eye out for more as we get closer to the opening day. The discounts programme is one of a raft of new features and benefits debuting at the 2017 edition. Other exciting additions include Borders & Infrastructure Expo, Installer World and Professor Brian Cox OBE being the headline keynote speaker. IFSEC International 2017 takes place between 20-22 June at London ExCeL. Get your free badge now. 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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London 2012, the ATP Tour and the Kings of Leon incident: Fire safety at the O2 Arena

Paul Andrews, project manager at AEG Europe, has played a major role in the fire safety operation at the O2 Arena in London. Below he gives a detailed account of the fire protection/safety systems and fire-engineered strategy at the erstwhile Millennium Dome, including measures implemented for concerts, the 2012 Olympic Games and the ATP tennis tour. IFSEC Global: Hi, Paul.

Please tell us a bit about your role at the O2 Paul Andrews: I ve been working at The O2 since its opening in 2007. For the first four years I worked in the in the building services team. My job was to maintain the fire alarm system and coordinate the maintenance of the other fire protection systems across the venue. Unfortunately the venue had a serious fire incident in December of 2010. The Kings of Leon were due to play a number of concerts, but on the first morning, whilst the production team were loading-in the stage, a tour bus caught fire in the arena s service yard. The fire was extinguished by the London Fire Brigade. Their swift actions, coupled with the efforts on the in-house teams, meant that the incident only lasted for a matter of hours on that fateful day. Essentially the band still could have played that night, but the mutual decision was for the show not to take place. Off of the back of that and due to other restructuring taking place, the business created an enhanced role in the health and safety team, the role of fire safety manager, and since 2011 I ve been in that role for AEG.

Both the building services and health and safety teams are part of the facilities department. The O2 concourse (photo: Liam Daly under CC 2.0) CW: What was the thinking behind this restructuring? PA: I don t know how well you know the changes in fire legislation over the last 10 years but, basically, in 2005 there was a change in UK fire legislation. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRO) was created and enforced in 2006. For premises like The O 2, prior to 2006 the London Fire Brigade would carry out an annual audit and issue a fire certificate to say everything s OK . With the introduction of the new legislation this responsibility was placed back on the businesses and the employees (competent people) who work at the premises. The implementation of the new legislation roughly coincided with the opening The O2. IG: It s quite an unusual structure you have to protect PA: The building formerly the Millennium Dome initially opened in 2000 for the Millennium Experience. It was only open for a year to celebrate the coming of the third millennium, but even today there are lots of bits about the building, infrastructure-wise, that we ve inherited from the legacy of The Dome .

The building sits on the Greenwich Peninsula at the edge of South East London. Its western edge is passed by the Prime Meridian, which is the birthplace of time. The O2 has 12 iconic yellow support masts that jut out from the fabric to represent the 12 months of the year and the 12 hours on a clock face The building is constructed out of tensioned fabric over a skeleton of steel. Of the many large domes worldwide which share this construction scheme, the Millennium Dome is one of the largest. Symbolism was key to the design of the dome and there are many symbolic pieces of the structure. It has 12 iconic yellow support masts that jut out from the fabric that represent the 12 months of the year and the 12 hours on a clock face. This is an attempt to pay homage to the role of Greenwich mean time and the prime meridian. The circular dome shape also has a diameter of 365 metres to represent the days of the year. The centre of the dome is a full 52 metres tall to represent the 52 weeks in each year.

Prince s 2007 performance at the O2 IG: Can you give us an overview of fire safety tech and procedures in what is such an unusual building? PA: From a fire safety point of view, due to the bespoke design and construction, compliance with normal building regulations wasn t exactly possible. So we have what s known as a fire-engineered strategy. It s a unique combination of comprehensive fire protection and detection systems, plus a strict set of fire safety management rules that have to be adhered to. The venue has a number of perspex shutters that raise automatically when the fire alarm goes off and essentially they re our final fire exits The biggest challenge in terms of fire is because we are an enclosed environment, if we were to have a fire, how do we vent the smoke from The O2? One of the legacy items from the dome design is right on top of the roof. We have a number of smoke vents which open when the fire alarm is activated to assist with smoke ventilation. In each one of the structural yellow support masts there s a large smoke extract fan. These systems assist with the problem of venting the smoke out of the space if there is an incident.

Around the perimeter of the building we also have some unique assets from the history of the dome. The venue has a number of perspex shutters that raise automatically when the fire alarm goes off and essentially they re our final fire exits. So they re just some of the main quirky things that we ve inherited from the old design of the Millennium Dome and that we have to maintain even now almost 20 years later. Inside the arena we ve got pretty much the full complement of fire safety arrangements: a comprehensive, networked fire alarm system throughout the whole venue with a PAVA, audible warning system. There are certain areas of the fire alarm system where we ve got an aspirating type of smoke detection, called VESDAs very early smoke detection apparatus. That includes inside the auditorium itself at high level. We ve got a couple of areas inside the arena that have sprinkler coverage. One of those areas is the loading bay where we had the fire; the second area is the American Express invites lounge. All kitchen canopies at the venue incorporate a UV filtration system, which use UVC rays to break down grease particles in extracted cooking smoke/air Around the perimeter of The O2 Arena is The Avenue , which is where all the bars and restaurants are still inside the building!.

All of the buildings there have sprinklers throughout. Due to the higher risks associated with these premises higher fire risk because of the kitchens and cooking activities sprinklers are included to mitigate that risk. As you can imagine we ve got fire extinguishers in all areas of the site. All the restaurants units on The Avenue and the catering kitchens in the arena have a special arrangement in terms of extraction, which is quite unique as well. All of the kitchen canopies at the venue incorporate a UV filtration system, which use UVC rays to break down the grease particles in extracted cooking smoke/air. IG: Is that common in restaurants in general? PA: In some, but not others, but again, it s one of the stipulations of our fire engineering strategy at the O2. All 27 plus restaurants and bars have to follow our fire safety requirements inside The O2. Prospective tenants may or may not have done it in their other restaurant franchises across the country but they had to comply here.

Entrance to Cineworld (photo: Zeisterre under CC by SA-3.0) IG: What about firefighter access and evacuation routes? PA: There are four main firefighting staircases in the arena. During an evacuation spectators would use one of these four protected staircases each, which also consist of a firefighting lift. The O2 also has its own private fire hydrant water main onsite. In terms of fire brigade access, having the luxury of those perspex shutters at regular frequencies around the perimeter means they can access where need be in the event of an emergency. They re big enough to get a fire engine inside. So there s a clear route round the arena itself and around the perimeter of the venue. So they can utilise those fire hydrants and everything else. IG: Have any particular events posed the biggest challenges?

PA: The biggest event that I ve been lucky to part of to date was the Olympic Games in 2012, The O2 (was called the North Greenwich Arena for the duration of the Olympics) hosted the gymnastics and the finals of the basketball and the Paralympic basketball events as well. For some of larger events like the Olympics, organisers can erect temporary structures to support the main event in the arena. In previous years, for the Brit Awards for example- they will build a marquee structure for an after show party. Similarly for the world finals of the ATP tennis tour; hospitality structures & practice tennis courts and more are housed in temporary structures. Each and every time, as per the requirements of our fire engineered strategy, a fire detection system will installed throughout all of those marquees. We work with an external fire design consultant to scrutinise all of the construction materials that are used to make sure that fire size/fire loading limits of the existing smoke ventilation systems are complied with and not exceeded. It is very common for special effects to be part of the production for an incoming arena event. Whether its pyrotechnics, lasers, water effects all is demonstrated to the licensing team at Greenwich council. CW: Do you have to work closely with LFB?

PA: Yes. Because of our fire engineered strategy and these rules and requirements that we have to enforce, the LFB have also enforced what s known as an alterations notice on the venue. That s not a bad thing, like the HSE handing out an improvement or enforcement notice. An alterations notice means that if any physical or non-physical change to the existing fire precautions is planned, we have to notify the London Fire Brigade of how we plan to manage the risk. We may also notify our insurers, Greenwich building control and the Greenwich licensing team. Visit FIREX International for cutting-edge solutions, essential knowledge and the ability to grow your business by getting direct access to the whole fire safety industry. It is the perfect place to get your product in front of thousands of buyers, across a multitude of featured areas.

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SIA Licence in Wood Green

  • SIA training and having SIA Licence have a big job opportunity in security job industry in the United Kingdom. Once you have the SIA license on Door Supervision, CCTV or SEcurity Guarding you can have a big chance to gain a place in the door supervisor job or security officer. BS Security is long time in this country for making people up to their job standard in Door Supervision job or become a security officer. BS Security has a branch in Wood Green, you may choose this branch for your course. Your some extra can help you to get a SIA Licence and the security job will be opened for you. For more enquiry, please feel free to contact us-

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    Central Line: From North Acton tube station take bus route 440 from stop: W. towards Stonebridge park. Get down at Whitby Avenue then walk to the office, total 8 minute distance from North Acton tube station.

    Piccadilly Line: From Alperton tube station. Take bus route 224 from stop: B towards Willesden junction station, get down at ABBEY ROAD industrial estate then walk to the office, total 7 minute distance from Alperton tube station.
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