As the New Year looms, company owners and corporate executives are searching for innovative ways to protect their employees and business. And, let’s face it, there is a big need for more security in the workplace. From extremists to cyber aggressors to petty burglars, employee security training needs to run wide and long.
These should be priorities for your organization in 2018:
Mass shootings in America – defined as an event where four or more people are shot – are now an everyday event. Because of this alarming fact, schools, businesses and other organizations are taking steps to provide their staff with the knowledge and skills needed to handle such a situation. Active shooter training seminars, like the ones SFM offers, provide valuable tools and techniques, and help make employees aware and better prepared.
Information is vital to the operation of a business. If that information is compromised, the business may not be able to function. As more and more information becomes digitized, the need for protecting electronically stored information becomes greater. While information security may not seem like a top priority when determining budgets, the fact remains that a cyber attack can be detrimental to an organization, its customers, and employees.
Intruders and thieves are a perpetual threat to any business. A single act of theft, assault, or vandalism can create unrest among your employees, and threaten your profit margin. Comprehensive security services, like the ones SFM offers, promote peace of mind for the employees, and ensure your business continues to operate smoothly.