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Many businesses and organizations must operate without a dedicated internal security professional or a single enterprise security manager. The job of providing effective business, corporate and organizational security is challenged by increased instances of theft, sabotage, workplace violence and financial loss potential. Insider threats are on the rise and security funding can be difficult to come by and security is expensive. Boards of Directors are asking, and CEO’s are often seeking competent security program development and do not know where to turn. Often, directors may be hired from federal or local law enforcement ranks which do not typically align with the skillset and experience required to build a program.

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Ask The Security Expert

  • Do you have questions about keeping your employees safe in the workplace?
  • Wondering if your security measures are adequate for your facility?
  • Or perhaps you need help with industry regulatory issues and don’t know where to start?

BPS President and Certified Security Consultant Frank Pisciotta is ready to point you in the right direction.  With over 3 decades of experience in security consulting, Frank has helped thousands of corporations, manufacturers, governments and healthcare facility managers keep their people and products safe.

Frank will personally respond to your questions within 24 hours.  Ask The Expert and start Eliminating Crime Before It Happens.

Business Security Consultants

If you are a CEO, board of directors or one-person business or corporate security department, you can retain BPS to rapidly stand up an effective and measurable business or organizational security program.

  • Educate you on key processes needed for an effective organizational and business security program that addresses critical risk and regulatory requirements.
  • Determine how to phase in security improvements and establish a system for continuous improvement and security risk reduction without spending major amounts of capital.
  • Develop competency in persons who are asked to manage security on a part time basis with no former security training.
  • Develop processes and educational materials to engage the entire workforce in the security program and can contribute to reducing risks of workplace violence and active shooter/active assailants.
  • Establish technology standards to ensure physical and cyber security and reduce your risk of being take advantage of from vendors selling products.
  • Help you determine if your security program will comply with the OSHA General Duty Clause and shield you from tort law liability associated with premises liability.
  • Serve as an extra pair of hands for capable security directors who need assistance with strategic matters such as policy and program development.
  • Because of our experience, BPS can generally stand up a program faster and better having provided this service for many national and global organizations. This means potential cost savings because a program can be developed and deployed without hiring a fulltime security director, which can easily cost over $100,000 annually.

Contact BPS today for a free consultation on developing an organizational or corporate security program and master plan.

Business Security Services

The components of an organizational and business security program BPS will develop include:

  • Organizational or business security policies, procedures and plans.
  • System to prioritize sites (for multi-site organizations and corporations) based on inherent security challenges (internal and external).
  • Business threat profile that makes clear what are the incidents that are important to prevent and have an appropriate response (e.g., security crisis event such as active shooter/active assailant).
  • Policies, security standards and guidelines (e.g., physical, process, training, crisis management) for various types of facilities and situations.
  • Repeatable training programs for persons asked to manage security on a part time basis with no former security training.
  • Master training plan and supporting training materials to ensure the entire workforce is engaged in the security program and can contribute to reducing risks of workplace violence and active shooter/active assailants. This includes the production of automated modules with competency assessments that can be loaded into your learning management system.
  • Specialized training programs for the non-exempt workforce that can be delivered in small segments at the start of a shift (e.g., security awareness toolbox talks).
  • Program performance metrics to give leaders the assurance that the program is meeting expectations and identify areas needing improvement.
  • Development of audit protocol so that progress in the program is sustainable and to establish accountability at the local level for results.
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