Here at Secure On Site, we understand the importance of supplying close protection London, especially in a time when high profile individuals are faced with ever increasing threats.
All of our close protection London officers have extensive knowledge in different types of protection, which proves extremely valuable to our clients, particularly in the current climate. When looking for close protection jobs London wide, you don’t have to look any further than SOS. We ensure that our close protection officers are able to adapt to any situation that is presented to them. We are only a call away if you interested in any close protection jobs London.
Furthermore, our close protection officers are adequately trained to the industry standard. Here at Secure On Site, we ensure that our guards complete their close protection training, before being allowed to undertake any assignment. All guards within this industry are required by law to hold a Level 3 Certificate in Close Protection London. This licence is compulsory when it comes to protecting clients against assault or injuries that may be suffered in consequence of the unlawful conduct of others. We are always at hand if you do require some information on close protection London.
Once the relevant licence has been obtained, our guards are then able to participate in our close protection courses, these courses offer expansive training on how to protect their client whilst staying aware of the law.
As with all of the security services we offer to our clients, we guarantee that we will provide a professional and personal approach to every job we undertake. Our presence within the security sector, will offer our clients peace of mind. When searching for reliable close protection London wide, look no further than Secure On Site.
With our reputation as one of the leading security companies London wide, you can always rely on us. Contact our dedicated team today for more information on our close protection London or various other services.
Level 3 Certificate in Close Protection: This licence is required when guarding one or more individuals against assault or against injuries that might be suffered in consequence of the unlawful conduct of others.
Having someone that has gone through extensive training to have acquired this particular license. The close protection course teaches you how to protect your client whilst being mindful of the law.
Route planning:Is done when moving your client from one destination to another via car. The safest route will always be planned and an alternatives in case something was to happen whilst travelling.
The benefits of having a planned route is the client will get to his destination quickly and safely knowing the route was planned to reduce risk whilst travelling. Safe havens are also mapped out in case of unforeseen circumstances.
Risk assessment:The identification, evaluation and estimation of the levels of risks involved in a situation. Having a risk assessment done is vital during close protection. Risks have to be assessed prior to an event. Also on going dynamic risk assessments will occur.
The benefits of this knowing the client risk is always being evaluated to allow them to feel protected whilst carrying out the everyday duties.
Hostile Surveillance:Is putting yourself in the shoes of a hostile person and identifying where you think they would carry out an attack. This involves making a report to show possible point where hostile surveillance can take place.
Having hostile surveillance carried out helps identify the risks which ultimately could prevent an attack from taking place. The report helps give the client a visual look at what vantage points an attacker could have.
Counter Surveillance:This works hand in hand with hostile surveillance. Any points that are mapped out on the hostile report will then have a counter surveillance officer at each different point to keep eyes on any potential threat.
The client will feel safe knowing that counter surveillance officers are on the look out at various locations and are ready to intervene if necessary.
Unarmed Combat:This plays a vital role within close protection as in the UK officers are not permitted to carry firearms so being train in unarmed combat is a must.
Unarmed combat means you can protect your client against an individual looking to cause them harm.