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PROGRAM REVIEWS, POLICY/PROCESS DEVELOPMENT, AND DOCUMENTATION

Often, security programs need a qualified outsider’s look, to evaluate the following:

 

  • Does the program meet its own objectives?

  • Does the program meet corporate objectives?

  • Are program and corporate objectives current and do they accurately reflect the need for protection of people, property, information, and reputation?

  • Are program resources, systems, and processes adequately deployed and fit to perform tasks?

 

We review documentation, conduct client interviews, compare policies and procedures against industry-best standards and practices, and conduct on-site reviews of facility security systems and guard procedures, and conduct guard competency testing, including security penetration testing.

We proceed with developing accessible, quick-browse, in-depth plans, including but not limited to:

  • Organizational security plans

  • Physical security plans

  • Security bulletin and information packages

  • Emergency Management, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity plans

  • Access Control Policies

  • Privacy Policies

  • Company Security Policies

  • IT Security Policies

  • Post Orders and Standard Operating Procedures for security operatives

  • Training Programs and security awareness briefings for line staff, management, and general office employees.

FIRE SAFETY EMERGENCY PLANNING

  • Drafting of facility Fire Safety Plans

  • Review of compliance status to the Ontario Fire Code

  • Provision of training to Fire Wardens, Property Managers, staff supervisors, and Emergency Response team members on fire safety procedures

  • Provision of Third-Party reviews of alternative solutions to compliance with Ontario Fire, and Building Codes.

  • Drafting of Emergency Response protocols for: Floods, Bomb Threats, Active Shooter and Hostage-taking situations, Contamination and Spills, Labor Disruptions, Loss of utilities, and other emergencies.

  • Provision of annual review and adjustment services of all plans, and procedures.

BUSINESS CONTINUITY, RISK, AND DISASTER RECOVERY

  • Drafting and review of Corporate Business Continuity and Risk Management Plan

  • Creation and revision of Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Gap Analysis

  • Establishing support networks with continuity providers and redundancy facilities

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