I went to a few well-known security industry forums… and I put it to those Security Officers who work in the industry: “how many of you have done this and not yet been caught? ...
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I walked into my local stationery store. Just inside the entry stood two staff members. The employee was on their phone. The guard was leaning on a shelf behind them. This is a scenario that plays out all over the security industry. The clear intention is loss prevention. But is it the reality?
Business continuity and resilience sound like those things people say when they don't have problems. "That won't happen around here, everyone is a safe driver." they say. "And if it did, we'd just get on with it. Be resilient, you know?".
Wow, it does sound boring sometimes. All those pieces of paper. Checklists. What not. But the reality is, even if you produce a one-pager, you’ll have something concrete in place that can be referred to.
Getting back to business after an incident is hard. When you or your team are affected it can be difficult to know where to start to make things better.
7 News recently carried a story of a wild brawl between a group of youths inside a fast food restaurant in Sydney. Has your business considered this risk?
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2019 is going to be a challenging year for the Security Industry and all those who are in it, use it or cross paths with it. It's time to take a fresh look.
Are we losing sight of some of the more likely to occur risks and not treating these adequately?
Remember the days where you could leave your doors unlocked? When you knew your neighbours? When there was respect for your fellow human? With a world now lived online, globalisation increasing and parliamentarians playing catch up, it is getting harder and harder to remember those golden times.