Security Consulting
  • Physical Security Audits
  1. Operational security policies and procedures
  2. Emergency disaster plans
  3. Day to day operation security awareness
  • Develop a Security Poster
  1. Define the security risks
  2. Define the security posture
  3. Define the security long term plan
  4. Define the process to reach the long term posture
  • Standardize on Equipment
  1. Define the best equipment for the present and future needs security posture
  2. Work with the manufactures to obtain the security goal
  3. Write the specifications on equipment and operation (could change slightly on a per site due to the difference of the day to day operation)
  • Security Audit on a Per Site Basis
  1. Site visit
  2. Meet with the managers
  3. Audit what is existing
  • Fencing
  • Truck routing for shipping receiving
  • Employee parking
  • Contractor parking
  • Visitor parking
  • Employee entrances
  • Visitor entrances
  • Visitor check in
  • Contractor check in
  • Electronic equipment
  • Implementation Process on a Per Site
  1. Develop or edit policies and procedures
  2. Design an effective security plan
  3. Prepare site drawings
  4. Prepare site specific installation specifications
  5. Schedule pre bid meeting with contractors
  6. Review bids
  7. Qualify bidders
  8. Award bid to best qualified bidder
  9. Develop time line of installation
  • Project Management Process
  1. Be on site for project start up
  2. Set up progress meetings with all parties involved
  3. Progress walk threw
  4. Quality control review as project progress
  • Completion and Turnover to Customer
  1. Customer demonstration
  2. Review operation manuals
  3. Turn over manuals to customer
  4. Review drawings and asbuilts
  5. Turn over drawings to customer
  6. Confirm customer satisfaction
  7. Sign customer acceptance form

                     Now is the time to be proactive not reactive

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