Campaigns

 
Alan Chua – When the time is right… In his first blog for Infologue.com, Alan Chua of Concorde Security Pte discusses his views on technology as part of the private security industry.  Read on »
David Ward David Ward – Modern society and modern targets In his latest blog for Infologue.com, David Ward of Ward Security discuss modern society and targets. Read on »
Sara Taylor, Deputy Managing Director at Incentive Lynx Sara Taylor – Balancing the Gender Gap in Security In her latest blog , Sara Taylor of Incentive Lynx discusses the gender gap within the security industry. Read on »
Friday, 17 November 2017

Campaigns

SME’s back Four Issue – One Voice Campaign

The following SME’s have added their support to the growing list of endorsement for the SMT – Infologue.com campaign – Four Issues One Voice: Regent Group Regent Group will be happy to support the ‘one voice’ campaign in conjunction with Infologue.com and SMT. In order for any legislation to be effective, consistency of standards is […]

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Skills for Security joins growing campaign support

We at Skills for Security would like to congratulate Security Management Today on your joint campaign with Infologue.com entitled Four Issues, One Voice, and would very much like to add our voice to the swelling chorus of support you are no doubt beginning to attract.

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ASIS International commend Four Issues Campaign

As chairman of the UK Chapter. I am mindful that with over 700 members in the UK, drawn from a cross section of the security community, I cannot claim that my comments represent the views of the entire membership; they are very much my personal opinions. I would ask ASIS members to join in the […]

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The Security Institute supports Four Issues One Voice campaign

The Security Institute welcomes the Four Issues, One Voice campaign, which looks at a number of important strands in the current bid to regulate the industry.

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BSIA supports Four Issues One Voice campaign

David Dickinson, Chief Executive of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) announced that the BSIA is supporting the Four Issues One Voice Campaign of the SMT and Infologue.com.

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Issue 4: Cutting red tape

Regulation does not have to mean burdensome red tape. SMT and Infologue.com want the industry’s practitioners and companies to bring to the attention of the SIA – and indeed ourselves – those areas where they feel the regulatory process could become more efficient without any loss of integrity.

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Issue 3: Fair charging

SMT and Infologue.com feel the SIA must look at ways to ensure that security officers who have paid for their licenses in good faith prior to 20 March 2006 are not disadvantaged in relation to those licensed on or after the deadline day.

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Issue 2: Equal representation on the SIA Board

At present, the SIA’s Board does not include any representation from the security profession. If the Regulator intends to “do regulation with the industry, and not to it” – words that have been spoken many times by SIA employees

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