How does location influence your security risk?
It’s not hard to see the importance of location when it comes to security risk.
A property’s location will influence factors such as how people approach it, what type of crime it is at risk of and whether those risks are constant or variable.
After analysing all our security risk assessments over the past two years, we found that location plays a big role in a property’s level of risk.Read More »
Why we are changing security risk management
Last July, an existing client engaged us to design the security system for a building that was under construction. It is part of a property where we conducted a security risk assessment a few years earlier. The client was surprised when we asked to sit down with him to revisit the risk assessment process. “Why do you need to do that,” he asked? “You guys did the last risk assessment. Nothing has changed”. In fact, a lot had changed. And this is the reason we are changing the way security risk management is practised. Our new tool, which is a world first will ensure that security risk assessments are always up to date and the chances of an adverse event are minimised.Read More »
Start with the outside and work in
Another series of security risk assessments have been completed across the country and the inconsistencies in major building security are easier to spot than ever. In part, this is because the shortcomings that many commercial properties have with security are relatively consistent. It is also because the commercial property sector in general is not adjusting to the changing risk profile of the local and global environments and the types of risks that need to be considered.Read More »
What is your Dreamworld?
Over the last few weeks we have witnessed a tragic event unfold in one of our countries most popular tourist attractions on the Gold Coast.
The event has proved devastating for many people, none more so than the immediate friends and family of those affected by the tragedy.
Here are some questions and a quick risk test to determine the level of risk and impact of that risk, in your business today.Read More »
Our guide to security best practices in 2016
When it comes to security for bigger business and how to best manage building security in 2016, the question we most often get asked is – What are the best practices in security?
It’s not an easy question to answer off the cuff because security best practices relate to security that appropriately addresses the risk profile of the property.
Here are some tips to help your security profile stay in top shape.Read More »
Security Risk Assessment – 5 Signs that you may need a second opinion
The accepted best practice for identifying risk is through the undertaking of a security risk assessment.
The risk assessment process is tightly structured to ensure that all visible risk is identified. Once completed, the risk assessment will shine a light on where risks exist, allowing you to put a strategy in place to mitigate those risks.Read More »
Why a security risk assessment can be a good idea
The purpose of physical security should be to address the risks of a property. It is not only logical but regarded as best practice. So before we make any recommendations to a client about what security they may need, we must first identify what their risks are.Read More »