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Security awareness increases

  • Published on: 29 May 2017
  • By: Admin

Following the horrific attack on Monday night at the Manchester Arena, the UK’s terrorism threat level was raised to its highest, CRITICAL.  Meaning an attack is imminent. Although it has now been reduced to SEVERE, this still means an attack is highly likely.

Police and Armed Forces are patrolling city centres and event venues, and everyone is being warned to be vigilant.

Many companies have been reviewing their security requirements over the last few days, updating risk assessments and increasing numbers to give staff and customers extra reassurance.

Security awareness increases

Meet Leisuresec sponsored athlete Sonny Barrah “the one to watch”

  • Published on: 11 May 2017
  • By: Admin

By Steve Brown

Sonny Barrah is the ‘one to watch out for’ in the powerlifting world.  At 19 he’s only been lifting weights for 3 years and is already setting British Powerlifting Records; he’s qualified for both the European and World Championships taking place later this year and is aiming for World Record success by the time he’s 20!

Inspired by his father, a Commonwealth Games Gold Medal winner in Karate, Sonny (real name Bvinder Barrah) is friendly and relaxed, but also very competitive and determined to achieve his goals.

Leisuresec Sponsored Athlete

Leisuresec retains its SIA Approved Contractor Status

  • Published on: 27 March 2017
  • By: Admin

Following a thorough audit by Chamber Certification Assessment Services (CCAS) at the beginning of March, we’re pleased to announce that Leisuresec has scored 115 in the Security Industry Authority’s (SIA) Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS).

The ACS aims to raise performance standards across the private security industry. Performance is assessed against 89 indicators, with scores of +1, +2 or higher being awarded for achievements above the SIA requirements and -1, -2 or lower for those below requirements.

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