The growing liability of companies to their employees
and to the public has inevitably resulted in the implementation of
additional health and safety and security measures. In their duty
to provide a safe and secure environment they can also utilise these
measures to protect their company’s and client’s interests.
Whilst in the comfort of their business premises, employees are able
to familiarise themselves with security measures. However, once operations
are moved from the “comfort zones” for instance AGM’s,
conferences and exhibitions, the company by default becomes more vulnerable.
IDISS Ltd is able to provide a combination of temporary
assistance in these circumstances including experienced security operatives,
a mobile CCTV van and/or temporarily installed Pan, Tilt and Zoom
cameras, along with pedestrian and vehicle scanning equipment for
items such as ordnance and explosives. The CCTV would be utilised
to manage and record events as they occur providing credible evidence
for reference and, if required, available for prosecution or defence
and internal or external investigations.*
Most recently the company have utilised trial bike
mounted security operatives for patrolling outside events, increasing
security support by offering effective rapid response and assistance.
*The legal profession have minimum CCTV image specifications acceptable
as evidence by the courts.
Security Escort of Goods in Transit
Whilst insurance may cover the financial aspect of a material loss
it cannot compensate for the inconvenience, time and commercial damage
to both supplier and recipient.
High value goods have always been an attractive item
for theft, for the obvious reasons. However, as the premises of the
manufacturer become more secure with the use of physical and electronic
security assistance, the most tempting arena for thieves to attack
is whilst goods are in transit.
Many suppliers have realised that by ensuring safe
transit of their goods not only are they showing due diligence for
the safety of their employees but they are also increasing the quality
of the service to their clients, to the extent that they include this
in their sales presentations.
Dependant on the clients’ requirements an overt or covert security
team can escort high value loads as a deterrent and/or defence against
an attack and record events should an incident occur. As well as assisting
the crime prevention authorities with their investigations, this can
also assist in a quick settlement of an insurance claim.
/ Residential Security Teams - (Commercial,
In the world as it is today the need for executive
protection operatives is on the rise. Whilst sometimes regarded as
intrusive, IDISS Ltd will provide the most professional men and women
whose key role is to offer protection with a low profile.
Whilst a client’s level of threat and the theatre
in which they work will dictate how well this can be maintained, the
executive protection operatives will conduct themselves synonymously
to the surroundings.
Our operatives are trained in planning, contingency planning, etiquette,
protocol, risk analysis as well defence and pre-hospital treatment.
Residential Security Teams would be integrated into
premises in the form of physical personnel supported by technical
equipment to secure perimeters and control access.
Protection Chauffeurs - (Commercial,
Whether it is to meet a specific threat or protect
a VIP whilst travelling, IDISS Ltd can provide male or female Executive
Protection trained drivers that are fit, presentable, discreet and
Their extensive training includes evasive and defensive driving, etiquette,
protocol, journey planning, risk analysis and contingency planning,
vehicle searching as well as defence and pre-hospital medical care.
Good communication skills and experience in single
and multi-car tactical road movement enable them to blend in easily
and operate within any given environment or existing Professional
Executive Protection team.
Vehicle requirements will be tailored to each individual clients needs.
“Assisting you to care,
for what you care about”