Corporate Security

Objective Travel Safety can also provide help on a range of security issues. Whilst we have a well deserved reputation for delivering Safety Training, we can also assist clients with a range of additional security advice and assistance. Typically, this includes development of travel procedures, risk assessments and pre-departure checklists. We also help with security audits and risk profiling of individuals and security reviews.

In summary, additional services we offer include

  • Travel Risk Assessment
  • Risk Assessments
  • Terrorism Awareness and Response Training
  • Security Reviews: Individuals and Premises/Homes
  • Creation and Implementation of Travel Procedures
  • Crisis Management Planning and Training

We have worked alongside many of the large security companies, we know them well and can give impartial advice to clients who are looking to buy such services as kidnap response and insurance, 24/7 global security assistance or who wish to set up a medical or security evacuation contract.

Whilst our training services are geared to empowering the individual, the training is only really effective if the supporting organisation is in a position to help should things go wrong. Therefore, we can assist with the development of a Crisis Management Plan and provide training to selected crisis and incident management teams.

For both companies, NGOs and Charities, the ability to either avoid a crisis situation or be able to react to unfolding events can be of vital importance. We provide assistance and training in a bespoke manner. We assist in the production of crisis management plans, provide help with training staff and finally, test plans and procedures via test exercises.

Crisis Management is not a ‘black art’; to be effective, we strongly believe that plans need to be simple and generic so that they can be adapted to the specific situation.

Terrorism Awareness and Response Training

As part of our corporate security consultancy service we are also able to help businesses to respond to a terrorist attack. Despite often inflated media coverage, the likelihood of an attack is remote, the consequences can to catastrophic in terms of severe injury or loss of life as well as any reputational issues. The emerging Protect Duty Legislation (also called Martyn’s Law) requires public venues to have assessed their vulnerability to terrorist attacks, implemented counter action plans and train staff accordingly.

Objective Travel Safety will view your premises to evaluate the risk to your venue and provide a comprehensive action counter attack plan which will include options to train all staff.

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