Graeme Dow was due to give evidence in Court this week but the Defendants pleaded Guilty the day before. The very satisfied client reported that “Graeme assisted greatly and was a major cog in our evidence so many thanks.”.
SafeGuard are delighted to announce that one of their team, Sally Cadec, has been selected as a finalist in the Business Manager Category of the forthcoming Professional Security Magazine Women in Security Awards. The awards ceremony will take place virtually on 10 February 2021. SafeGuard recognises that all nominees are worthy winners in their categories
Read Jim O’Dwyer‘s latest article regarding the difficulties of lone working. Lone workers acting as security guards or door staff face many challenges and sadly things often go wrong. When they do so, Jim is able to assist. A recent client commented “Mr O’Dwyer’s reports were very helpful in enabling us to reach the settlement”.
Jim O’Dwyer, our restraint expert, has also taken the opportunity during lockdown to publish his latest paper regarding the safeguarding of mental health patients in Emergency Departments. Whether an individual is suffering from, or is an employee involved in the care of those with, mental health problems, guarding individuals or acting as door staff, Jim
It’s true, sadly there aren’t many females working in the field of Security Consultancy. There’s no reason not to. The role lends itself to home working, at a time that suits the client and consultant and the role is varied and interesting. SafeGuard would be happy to consider more as associates if the skills offered
Graeme Dow’s recent presentation to NSI accredited and other interested security companies at the 2018 annual NSI Summit, was well received and gave much food for thought. As an experienced expert witness, specialising in alarm systems, sadly Graeme has seen extensive examples of the damaging and expensive results of poor practice, lack of appropriate risk
Jim O’Dwyer has published an interesting article in the Professional Security Magazine regarding the hidden costs of theft, fraud and violence within the NHS. Follow link for more details. The SafeGuard team are available to discuss any ramifications of losses or injuries resulting from poor security practices….or better still how to prevent events occurring in the first
SafeGuard’s restraint and violence at work consultant Jim O’Dwyer has published his latest newsletter which, as usual, has lots of interesting articles, including an update on the recent abrupt changes to NHS Security Management and the implications for staff and patients. Further subjects include the opportunity for free SIA training for females, free counter terrorist