Business Continuity Basics

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The subject of business continuity has never been more to the forefront in Ireland and the UK than this week. The so called Beast from the East and storm Emma have combined to cost many millions in damage and possibly hundred of millions in lost revenue and income. For businesses big and small there will have been lessons learned and …

The Training Audit Trail

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This article is mainly aimed towards managers responsible for training within organisations but there are lessons to be learned for everybody in here.I deliver training all over the country to a huge diversity of sectors and people. I deliver long courses, short courses and online courses. The organisations I work with range from small businesses to large multi nationals and …

Security Operative Report Writing

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Writing professional security reports This week we are going to look at the essential task of completing an incident report. It’s the part of the job that not many people like but it is nevertheless essential. I’ve been there at the end of a long night in a club when all you want is to get home to bed and …

My little accident kit

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A topic came up on one of my social media feeds this week about operational equipment I was preparing for a small project. Somebody asked privately about what I keep in the little tin in the middle of my photo. I told them it was an accident kit and the reply I got was ????. Followed by what’s in an …