Proactive About Safety and Security
Today's workplaces and taskforces require all the safety and security they can get, former homicide task force leader Colin McLaren tells Eve Ash. Preventing crime at work starts with implementing proactive safety and security policies. It requires being on the lookout for warning signs (e.g. unusual behaviors, moods, threats, bullying, thefts) and diffusing buildups where possible. Leaders should consult a safety expert and introduce newsletters, scenario training and security protocols. A business's assets also need securing and proper surveillance. Be vigilant with the surrounds of your business too—look out for arson and vandalism. It comes down to a culture of safety, training and good policies.
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 12 min
Series: Insights and Strategies
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