The Silver Fox on site audit of manned security services has, for the past 18 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.
The Mergers and Acquisitions division of FM Contract Watch aim to get the best possible home for your company at the best price available.
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.
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.
Experienced Security Consultants are available to carry out Security Audits and Reviews, Site Surveys and Risk & Threat Assessments.
The SIA have published a ‘High level summary of changes to the ACS Standard and Self-Assessment Workbook’ which will be effective from April 2019. There are currently 9 sections to the Workbook, but this will be reduced to the following 7: Strategy Service Delivery Commercial Relationship Management Financial Management Resource Management People Leadership A number […]
The Security Industry Authority has issued a draft document for consultation on the criteria to enable companies to join the Approved Contractor Scheme. Businesses must reach the following to enable them to seek approval: Be a business that supplies at least 2 licensable operatives under a contract for security industry services; Supply licensable individuals under […]
The SIA (Security Industry Authority) has announced changes to the Approved Contractor Scheme which will take effect from 1st April 2019 following extensive consultation and reviews with approved contractor companies and the wider private security industry. The main changes include: More emphasis on service delivery and less on processes The Self-Assessment Workbook has been streamlined to […]
On Thursday 6 September, at Woolwich Crown Court, Kazeem Oladimeji of Bromley pleaded guilty to an offence under the Fraud Act 2006 of fraud by false representation while working in the security industry. Oladimeji was jailed for five months and fined £115 for gaining employment using fraudulent documentation. He has been in custody since 15 […]