How to ensure your security guards are staying busy

As a manager of security professionals, chances are you’ve asked yourself more than once how to keep your security guards engaged and proactive on the job. With budgets often tight these days, it’s important to make sure that the resources you have available—in this case, the manpower of your security team—are utilised as efficiently as […]

Trainings Tips All Security Guards Should Get

As a manager in the security industry, you’re tasked with equipping your staff with the skills and knowledge they need to act as effective security guards. Whether it’s for industrial facilities, events or individual clients, your team should be trained on safety and operational procedures and critical methods for de-escalating conflicts and ensuring their safety. […]

Simplifying Leave Management Process for Managers

The traditional leave filing process has been an age-old process, which many organisations have been following for years. This process is a tedious and time-consuming task for managers and employees alike. With the advancements in technology, it is high time for organisations to move away from the traditional paper way of managing leaves and embrace […]

How to Reduce & Protect your Public Liability Insurance

Public liability insurance is essential coverage for security companies, as it provides financial protection in case of any legal claims made by the public or third-party individuals. It is imperative for security companies to keep the cost of their public liability insurance low, as this can significantly impact their bottom line. In this blog, we […]

The extra trainings crowd controllers should have

Security guards have a broad range of duties that are focused on ensuring the safety of their client’s property and those who use it. Crowd control is just one aspect of these responsibilities. Controlling and managing large crowds is a complex job that requires specific training and expertise. Crowd control officers must have certain skills […]

How can managers prepare crowd controllers for big events

As a manager in the security industry, preparing for high-profile events can be both exciting and daunting. As well as ensuring that every detail is attended to, from logistics and supplies to staffing considerations, one of the most important elements to ensure a smooth running event is having an effective team of crowd controllers onsite. […]

The benefits for security companies using proposal templates

As a security manager, you understand the need to secure new clients so the business can continuously grow. An effective way to do this is by using proposal templates: reusable documents that outline the approach and methodology of your service offerings. Proposal templates have long been used in industries such as finance or construction but […]

What should businesses expect from the ‘Secure Jobs, Better Pay’ Bill?

Over the years, the Fair Work Act 2009 has ruled over employee relationships in Australian private workplaces. This piece of legislation has set the minimum standards that employers and businesses across all industries should follow to ensure fair employment, thereby standardising the national workplace system. The law has recently seen amendment after 13 years of […]

6 Reasons Why Security Guards Resign

Are you a security manager struggling to retain guards? You’re not alone! Security guard retention is one of the biggest challenges facing managers in the security industry. Many guards leave after just a few months, making long-term staff retention difficult and costly. But why do they quit so quickly? We’ve put together this blog post […]

What is a unique selling pitch, and why do physical security companies need one?

It is important for all service businesses to have a unique selling position pitch when talking to potential customers. With the security industry market being so competitive, it is vital that a physical security company have a unique selling position (USP) that sets them apart from its competitors. A USP is a statement that communicates […]