The Importance of Major Incident Plans
The Changing Threat
The last half decade has shown a significant increase in global terrorism. Public perception and general awareness of the threat of terrorism has increased and the impact upon our daily lives has never been more apparent, noticeable or overt.
At the same time, the security services, police and civil resilience agencies are now better equipped with the tools, expertise and intelligence to tackle this ongoing and increasing threat. There has also been a substantive change to include members of the corporate and commercial world to play their role in national security - particularly with new programmes like Project Griffin.
Responding to the Changes
Code 9 Security is one of only a few companies that proactively engage in academic security work to understand the changing needs of its clients, and the wider stakeholders in our business functions. One of the key areas that we have been focussing on recently is the importance of major incident plans.
Planning for the Unexpected
Major incident planning empowers an organisation to positively and proactively respond to emergency situations should they happen. It creates opportunities for businesses to think about their business continuity, resilience and the culture of the organisation - often finding significant operational efficiencies.
Our security practitioners are currently working with operators of leisure facilities across the South East to develop a resilient security culture amongst their team, identify vulnerabilities and establish cost-effective control measures. This service looks at the current arrangements in place, the motivation and competence of the people responsible for your current arrangements, and highlights areas for development and/or improvement.
Can we help you with your major incident planning, adding value to your security arrangements?
Call us on 08442 448 448.