(sic) - The Strategic Improvement Company Logo
Click here to visit the Strategic Improvement Company's Facebook Page Click here to visit the Strategic Improvement Company's Twitter Page Click here for the Strategic Improvement Company's Linkedin Page
Call us when safety is your concern.
Click here for the Home Page
Click here for the About Page
Click here for the Training Page
You are located on the Audit & Reviews Page
Click here for the Clients & Testimonials Page
Click here for the Contact Page
spacer
Quote Home Page
spacer vertical
Spacer content top

Security Process Audits
Security processes are the human practices, organizational policies and procedures, viewed through the lens of the workplace culture, that make up what we actually do to enhance the safety of our workplaces.

Audits can be performed on the observed security practices of employees generally and professional security staff in particular. Effectiveness can be determined through staff interviews, “mystery shopping”, intrusion testing
and emergency response review.

Reporting systems, how that information is used, relationships between security staff and other staff, use of technology, maintenance of privacy standards, records management, safety and security review processes, key control, contractor management, involvement of health and safety committees in security strategies and practice, and value for money analysis of contracted security services  are all elements of Security Process Audits.

Employee crisis response capability, emergency planning review, and determination of training needs may also be part of this process.

In addition, a quality audit of this type looks at partners (uniform security providers, police, fire services, neighbouring organizations etc.) in security practice, and how those relationships can be enhanced for mutual benefit.

What Products Does A Security Process Audit Provide?

These audits deliver a range of products including assessment of contract security provision, a determination of the compliance levels of staff with
current procedures, identification of significant risk areas, review of current policies and practices, a realistic assessment of workplace cultural issues that may impact any contemplated changes, and recommendations for upgrades and changed practices including training needs and suggestions to increase employee buy-in.

Go Back

Image of Steve Hall and Gordon Mack Scott
The image above is of Gordon Mack Scott and Steve Hall of the Strategic Improvement Company
Banner
footer
footer left Creative safety and security solutions for residential communities. Ask us. footer right


home
| about | training | audits and reviews | testimonials & client list | contact

Steve Hall and Gordon Mack Scott are available for Safety Training, Audits, Reviews and Consulting. Located in the Greater Toronto Area.
© 2012 Strategic Improvement Company. All Rights Reserved.
Design: Leah Snyder of The L. Project

Logo The L. Project