Whether you’ve just got your Guard License and considering joining a large security company to get your first job or you are a well-seasoned close protection officer who has experienced the corporate culture of a large business and is ready to make a change, consider the advantages of working for a small security company first because bigger isn’t always better.
We’re approaching peak season for summer event planners and event managers, and it’s time to start getting all the finer event details done and coordinated. As you know by now, planning and executing a good event is challenging. If you’ve done it before then you’ve probably learned a thing or two along the way, but if you’re managing or planning an event for the first time then there’s a lot that may be new to you. Here are some of our major summer event dos and don’ts to help you through the process:
As summer approaches we’ve been talking about events for the month of March. You might have heard that event security is an important part of any well-executed event, but have you ever wondered why? While it’s a clear need to some event planners, you’d be surprised how many people don’t think that event security is a real need for whatever event, conference or concert they’re planning. Here are a few of our top reasons to consider security for your upcoming event:
by Tom Spring January 21, 2018 , 4:48 pm
Authorities in Russia have broken up a widespread scheme involving dozens of gas-station employees who used software programs on electronic gas pumps to con customers into paying for more fuel than then actually pumped into their tank. The scam shorted customers between 3-to-7 percent per gallon of gas pumped.Read More »