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The outbreak of the Coronavirus has seen the emergence of innovative methods to help control the spread of the virus and keep employees safe as they have returned to work. One of the methods to emerge has been the use of Coronavirus Marshals. A Coronavirus Marshal has allowed businesses to enforce COVID-19 best practices across their premises instilling a safer and securer atmosphere amongst their staff and the visiting public.
The festive season is a time of joy, fun and excitement- especially the office Christmas party. You have started the planning and are counting down the days, but have you considered perhaps the most important part? Security. It is essential that any occasion where large numbers of people come together, there are security measures in place to ensure everyone’s safety. As the party host, it is your responsibility to maintain a high level of protection throughout the night. Guest list Regardless if it is office staff only, office staff + partners or an office staff + clients party, all will need a guest list to ensure no one enters without permission. In preparation for the event, have a guest list drawn up of attendees and have someone standing front of house controlling the flow of guests. Perhaps have a friendly face from the office completing this task, but always have a trained security professional on hand to mitigate any emergency situation if they were to occur.
If you are hosting an event for guests, clients or employees you are responsible for their safety. A space that is comfortable, protected and embodies a feeling of security will mean a more enjoyable experience for visitors that will, in turn, reflect well on your business. With every event comes a reason for hosting it, this reason will be the main focus if the environment is safe and secure- if not, the focus can shift and the business intentions become redundant.
As festival season draws to a close for 2018 it does not mean the fun is over… it is time to start planning for 2019! One aspect of your plans should be the security schedule and how you will be able to keep fans safe. Regardless of whether you are a huge and well-known festival or an independent festival, all will need to ensure they have the correct security measures in place to protect fans, staff and acts. If you follow our basic security guideline you are able to ensure any emergency situations are unlikely to occur or are dealt with without unnecessary escalation.
As the business industry continues to grow, so do the number of events taking place. Although the events will be positive, having large groups of people in one space at one time could cause potential threats which your company needs to be aware of. As you are hosting the event it is your responsibility to ensure guests are safe. Because of this, we have created this blog to tell you how you can keep your guests safe at large events.
Did you know there are three types of burglaries that commercial buildings are at risk of? You need to be aware of these to ensure your property, its contents and employees are safe. Burglary by definition is the ‘Illegal entry of a building with intent to commit a crime, especially theft.’ With break-ins happening on average every 40 seconds it is important your building is properly protected to minimise the risk of this happening.
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