The Silver Fox on site audit of manned security services has, for the past 10 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 is here to help you. We are able 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
FM Contract Watch provides support services for the Security Industry and the October Newsletter includes: The Impact of the new SIA Licensing System News Board – Latest security guarding industry news The ACS Pacesetters – the growing list of accredited members who have all achieved an ACS score in the top 15% Improving profit margins […]
This privately owned company has been operating since 1997 and provide quality security services for large events and corporate clients. The company focuses on providing a quality services and has been fortunate to provide security services to some of the largest and most prestigious events in the world. The SES Group has three divisions; SES […]
The Axis Security team contracted to Exchequer Court have been subject to a series of unannounced audits to test their reaction to unauthorised visitors to the premises. As a result of their actions in preventing access to the site Paul Sear, Site Security Manager was presented with the Silver Fox 2016 certificate by Lynda Moore […]
On 4 October Platinum UK Facilities Management Ltd were found guilty of deploying unlicensed guards following a retrial. The case was previously heard in April 2012 when the director, Lolo Daniels, was fined. That ruling was overturned on appeal and re-tried at Inner London Crown Court. Head of Investigations, Nigel Davies, said: “Following the original […]