FM Contract Watch

The FM Contract Watch group of companies

The Silver Fox on site audit of manned security services has, for the past 15 years, been widely identified, by security companies, their clients and in house establishments, as the most desirable and cost effective on site audit available in the industry.

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The Mergers and Acquisitions division of FM Contract Watch aim to get the best possible home for your company at the best price available.

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The Approved Contract Scheme Pacesetters membership is made up of Contract Security Guarding Companies who are in the top 15% benchmarking and achievement levels set by the Security Industry Authority Approved Contractor Scheme.

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Recruitment Solutions

The selection and recruitment of staff, whether Security Officers/Supervisors, Managers or Directors can be a time consuming process. At FM Contract Watch, we can carry out the process for you.

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Security Consultancy

Experienced Security Consultants are available to carry out Security Audits and Reviews, Site Surveys and Risk & Threat Assessments.

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Latest news

Security Awareness in the Workplace

The Silver Fox Audit was originally introduced, over 15 years ago, to carry out penetration audits to test security guarding teams, however, over the years this has evolved to take into account the threats and circumstances that both Security teams and all levels of employees face in the workplace. FM Contract Watch offers a wide […]

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Displaying a frontline SIA Licence in line with legislation

When carrying out Silver Fox Audits, our Auditors regularly encounter Frontline Security Officers and Door Supervisors who are failing to display their SIA licence in accordance with the Private Security Industry Act 2001 and many do not realise the importance of this and possible consequences of failing to do so. A frontline Officer must wear […]

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Barred security director is found guilty of working without a licence and convicted again

On 14 September 2017, at Llandudno Magistrates Court, Mark Pursglove and was found guilty of working without a licence, Rachel Williams for aiding and abetting Mr Pursglove, and Alan Williams was found guilty for providing false information. This is not the first time the Security Industry Authority (SIA) has prosecuted Mark Pursglove. In February 2016, […]

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Door Supervisor prosecuted for attempted fraud, by falsely claiming compensation from the SIA

On 11 August 2017, at Bristol Magistrates Court, we prosecuted Zakir Mohammed Zillul for attempting to claim £1673 in compensation for alleged lost travel documents. In August 2016, Zillul submitted an application to the SIA for a Door Supervision Licence. In support of this application, and to verify his identity, he sent his passport to […]

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