2015 sees the 21st edition of CONSEC, the annual conference and exhibition organised by the Association of Security Consultants
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ASC unveils programme for CONSEC 2015: ‘Knowing The Threats, Managing The Risks’

The Association of Security Consultants has announced that Bill Butler, former CEO of the Security Industry Authority, has accepted an invitation to chair CONSEC, the organisation’s annual international conference and exhibition which, in 2015, will be held on Thursday 15...
Posted On 20 Aug 2015
Tina Chittenden
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Reasons to be Wary of Waste

Security contractors can face expensive claims when and if they underestimate the dangers associated with waste materials. Tina Chittenden outlines the risks when working for clients in other sectors as well as the waste management industry You don’t have to be from Yorkshire to...
Posted On 20 Aug 2015
Workshops are being organised for female students to open their minds about STEM subjects
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Low cohort of females choosing risk management careers addressed by Corporate Risk Associates

Corporate Risk Associates – one of the country’s largest independent safety and risk consultancies – is working hard to buck the trend of low female numbers joining STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)-centric industries with a commitment that means...
Posted On 20 Aug 2015
The Security Institute has introduced a Recognition and Rewards scheme for members and supporters
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The Security Institute makes Reward and Recognition presentations for 2015

The Security Institute has recognised the outstanding contributions made by two companies and two individuals who have supported the organisation over the last few years by hosting Reward and Recognition presentations at Westminster Abbey. Firstly, the Institute recognised Insafe...
Posted On 20 Aug 2015
BTP officers on patrol
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BTP reports crime drop on Britain’s railways for eleventh year in succession

The British Transport Police (BTP) – the dedicated police force for trains and tube services across England, Scotland and Wales – has just published annual figures showing an overall drop in crime on the rail network of more than 8% compared with the previous year...
Posted On 20 Aug 2015