Relax I have been participating in quite a few discussions lately about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and the … >>>
As the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season approaches, concerns exist of a repeat of the destruction experienced last year. The responsibility of security, risk and business continuity teams is a complex one. You are your organization’s first line of defense against any and all threats to operational continuity and people safety. How should you go about reducing your exposure?
With so many people heading to the World Cup, it’s important to have a situational awareness of the state of play in Russia. This can help you to plan ahead and mitigate potential threats.
By staying aware of threats, travellers and security teams can thoroughly prepare themselves for the risks they face at the 2018 Russia World Cup. Whether this means having a greater awareness and understanding of the threat landscape, or actually vetting every step of the journey, working proactively to mitigate the risks is by the far the best approach you can take.
Are you prepared to deal with acute respiratory Emergencies? In this article, we’ll look at Asthma, Pulmonary Embolism, Chest infection and Spontaneous Pneumothorax.
Working Girl I've been travelling around the UK on a CP job for the past few months but was also lucky enough to be part … >>>
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One of the best things about having the opportunity to write an editorial column in the pages of The Circuit is the … >>>
The longer I work in the education sector, the more weird fallacies I hear. As I teach forensic … >>>
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You’re out mountain biking with your client and their family when he develops a sudden shortness of breath. The … >>>
One of the most dangerous things I have had to encounter when escorting a client is when you egress a nightclub … >>>
We've all seen over the last few years just how quickly ISIL established themselves in a fractured Iraq and Syria. At … >>>
Are We As Good As We Think We Are? After finishing 5 days of intense and demanding protection training aimed at the … >>>
Who are you? Or more specifically; What are you? Are you an employee, an independent contractor, a part-time employee, … >>>
A brief look at MACE Pepper Gel for Protection Specialists. As a protection specialist, it is not uncommon to be … >>>
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What To Know Legally Say that you’re planning to put up security systems on your property or install them for a client, … >>>
I’m betting you thought twice (or maybe even three or four times) before finally deciding to read this article. And, … >>>
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