11 results for "Explosives and Weapons Detection"
Organisations may use search and screening measures to detect specific items and materials entering (or leaving) their buildings and sites
Screening people and their belongings at entry points helps reduce the likelihood of explosive devices, weapons, and other hazardous or prohibited items being brought into buildings or sites
Bulk deliveries can provide a means for getting explosives, weapons and other threat items through a site’s secure perimeter.
Screening vehicles can help reduce the likelihood of explosive devices, weapons and other hazardous or prohibited items or materials being brought into buildings or onto sites
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10 important steps organisations can take to enhance physical security measure to mitigate state threats
Ensuring proportionate policies, standards, guidelines and procedures are in place that are understood and consistently enforced is critical in any insider threat programme.
Information on the protective security measures that can achieve the protective security principles of Deter, Detect, Delay, Mitigate and Response at the perimeter.
Physical and personnel security measures for major events require specific consideration due to their dynamic and complex character.
Information on the protective security measures that can achieve the protective security principles of Deter, Detect, Delay, Mitigate and Response in relation to a building.
This short guidance is intended to help those responsible for the procurement of a Private Security Contractor (PSC) for an event