- Control all access and egress to a large petrochemical site.
- Handling all site emergency communications including telephone and radio,
- Be fluent is all relevant site emergency procedures and actions to take.
- Monitoring the operation of all site barriers.
- Monitoring close circuit TV (CCTV) cameras.
- Routine security patrols.
- Carry out random vehicle speed checks.
- Conduct random security searches on personnel and vehicles.
- Carry out relevant security audits as per the monthly schedule.
- General administration duties.
The Ideal Candidate
The successful candidate for this role will have: A full current driving licence Excellent communication skills Excellent awareness skills Experience in working in a similar role A SIA Licence holder Manned Guarding Licence, SIA Licence holder CCTV desirable Knowledge of security techniques Knowledge of site and local emergency procedures.
About The Company
Sodexo and our clients are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young persons and vulnerable adults. Certain roles will require applicants to undergo screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and/ or Disclosure Scotland (Scotland). In the UK and Ireland, Sodexo employs some 35,000 employees to deliver integrated facilities management services to clients at over 2,000 locations in the corporate, healthcare, education, leisure, defence and justice sectors.
With an annual turnover of over 1bn, we provide everything from catering, cleaning and reception to security, laboratory and grounds maintenance services, enabling our clients to focus on their core business.
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Met Police accused of ‘severe’ security breach after handing over addresses of London’s 30000 gun owners
Gun owners2 were only made aware their details had been given out after a police campaign leaflet, posted from Leeds, was sent through their letterboxes last month, according to technology website The Register. The website said the leaflets raised severe security implications for the capital s gun owners, which it estimated to be about 5,000 rifle owners and 25,000 shotgun owners. However the Met said the company used to distribute leaflets is a reputable agency specifically contracted by the police and holds appropriate security accreditation.
A spokesman added the force is investigating the complaints, but is assured that all personal data was deleted. The leaflet advised gun owners to protect their firearms with SmartWater forensic property marking , a gun protection pack with a 8.95 charge for membership. The envelopes containing the leaflets were allegedly marked with a return address for a business centre in Leeds, home of Corporate Document Services (CDS), a direct marketing company.
The Met claims the invisible ink marking system strongly deters burglars by up to 85 per cent . The Met Police has said it is “assured” data was deleted by the company (Getty Images)
A spokesperson for the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) told The Register: “Businesses and organisations are required under the Data Protection Act to keep people’s personal data safe and secure. A Met Police spokesman said: CDS are a reputable, print company and not a commercial marketing agency.
They are already, specifically contracted by the Met for ‘the supply of external print and associated services’ under a Crown Commercial Services framework.
They hold appropriate information security accreditations and no personal information is to be retained.
We have contacted them and the sub-contractors and we are assured that all the personal data has been deleted in line with their policies .
We are investigating the matter internally and will keep the ICO informed accordingly.
It is with great sadness that i must inform you all, at 05:00 hrs this morning, John Tombs passed away after a battle with illness only he could of put up. Strong to the end and relentless in his fight, he leaves a legacy that will never be equaled. So many of us owe him in aspects that are unfitting of a chat forum!!
A true legend and man of steel, that will be missed by so many. The original PBA, before things went pink and fluff, and the hard earned lessons in the dungeon! (You all know what i mean) For those of us privileged enough to have know or trained under his colors, we will always walk tall in your memory. Words cannot do you justice, but our memories always will.
A true Hero and Legend to so many, Rest in Peace. For those wishing to send Mrs Tombs condolences. Here are the following details: firstname.lastname@example.org Those wishing to pay due respects, funeral dates and timings will be posted asap.
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RIP John Tombs 20/04/17