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Managing Security Security managers in today's society must be constantly aware of the many serious security issues that have a daily impact upon property and people in their workplace. Whether your organisation is international or national, on a large or modest scale, industrial, commercial, retail or government based ... if the safety and security of your premises and personnel is your responsibility this course is perfect for you. The 5 day course will familiarise middle to senior managers with security essentials in the modern world. Skills for Today Company executives must be constantly aware of the many serious security issues that have a daily impact upon property and people in their workplace. Those who hold specific responsibility for safety and security need to develop a wide range of skills and a ?multi-dimensional' profile, not only to anticipate and combat threats but to deal efficiently with incidents as they occur. Securing the Future Learning the lessons of the past and present will help you to prepare for the problems of tomorrow. Well informed and regular analysis and improvement of existing security plans and policies are essential business tools. Normally, the people best qualified to conduct such reviews and investigations will be found in the company's security department. However, where there is no such department - as in many small to medium sized enterprises - senior managers must be prepared to acquire the necessary skills to carry out these vitally important tasks. Balancing the Budget Security is renowned for its tight budgetary control. Whilst the provision of security is essential, managers must be sufficiently well informed to make the sound fiscal judgements that are needed when authorising maintenance, services and the purchase of equipment. Course Content: Security role in risk management Deterring a prospective criminal Civil, criminal and employment law Security organisational levels Prime factors and implementation of security policies Status and condition of security personnel The functions and duties of a security manager Perspectives of crime. Emergency and procedural focus points Evaluating and assessing reports Personnel, radio and telephone communications Security systems standards and codes of practice Internal investigations Powers of arrest Team building Leadership Lost and found property The Police and Criminal Evidence Act Evidence and exhibits Court attendance and procedures The functions and qualities of leadership Employment law Staff disciplinary procedures Selection, vetting and screening of staff Fraud investigation principles Conflict resolution Data protection and human rights Freedom of information and RIPA British and European standards Health and safety.

Managing Security Security managers in today's society must be constantly aware of the many serious security issues that have a daily impact upon property and people in their workplace. Whether your organisation is international or national, on a large or modest scale, industrial, commercial, retail or government based ... if the safety and security of your premises and personnel is your...

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