We can offer you both introductory and ongoing security consulting services. To ensure that we provide the best possible security solution for your operations, we must first work together to conduct a risk inventory and analysis. From there, we offer ongoing security consulting services to ensure that your security solution is always at the right level.
Risk inventory and analysis
Conducting a risk inventory involves working together to map out your operations, equipment, employee influence and existing protection. The aim of this risk inventory is to identify and make you aware of the weak spots and risks in your operations so that they can be prevented or rectified. This allows us to always remain one step ahead in our security work.
Once we have taken an inventory of the risks in your operation, we analyze them based on the probability of each risk occurring and the potential impact on your operations if they do. Many risks can be rectified by taking rather simple measures, while others may be impossible to eliminate but can be prevented through sound procedures and security systems.
We then work together to determine which measures and procedures are needed to create a complete protection solution to suit your operation. By being aware of the risks associated with your business, we can also create procedures for handling situations that may arise if a risk materializes in order to reduce the potential damage.
Securitas’ security consulting services give you the opportunity to continuously update your security solution. We review the security level of your operation twice per year to ensure that it is suitable for the conditions and needs of your business. We primarily focus on the immediate future based on the changes you anticipate in your operations in order to prevent the risk of an insufficient security level. We will then provide you with suggestions for planning a cost-effective security solution.
We also cooperate with Pinkerton, a wholly owned subsidiary of Securitas. Click here to go to Pinkerton's website.