A corporate security plan is a document that provides a template for security guidance for your corporate business. It should cover everything from the pre-employment screening of employees and visitor management to CCTV monitoring, access control and exterior security lighting.

No matter the type of industry or building that are you in, it is essential that you have a security “map” to follow. Your corporate security plan can then be shared with all managers and service providers to ensure that security standards are met and maintained at all times.

If you don’t have a plan, or maybe your current security plan needs updating, here are some things to consider:



The first step to developing a comprehensive security plan is to update your security assessment. This way you can define your current standards and determine which threats and vulnerabilities you must address. A well thought out and considered security assessment will essentially lay the foundation of your security plan going forward. When carrying out a security assessment:


  1. Identify the security risks
  2. Determine who could be at risk
  3. Decide what precautions and security measures need to be taken
  4. Document all of your findings
  5. Carry out regular assessments


Big Picture Approach

You should adopt a “big picture approach” when developing your security plan. This will ensure that your company and building is safe in all aspects and areas. By looking at the bigger picture when attempting to identify the security risks your business faces, you will likely have considered all vulnerabilities and risks, no matter the probability, and planned how best to tackle them.


Rely on Experts

Secure On Site Security can provide corporate security services on a flexible basis and in a range of roles. We work closely with our clients in the corporate sector to create bespoke solutions that are delivered to the highest standards. Our security guards can undertake security duties, administration and concierge duties and even janitorial responsibilities. This means we can guarantee to meet the specific needs of your business.


CCTV Monitoring

You should also consider installing a CCTV system to ensure that all areas of your building are being monitored. CCTV acts as an effective deterrent and will ensure that your building has optimal coverage whilst giving you peace of mind. Whether you simply need CCTV to cover the main entrance to your building, or you require cameras to monitor every room, Secure On Site Security can provide you with a bespoke solution – tailored to your exact security requirements.


Educate Staff

Employees should have their own duties and responsibilities when it comes to the security of your workplace. You can also pay for your employees to undertake courses in first-aid and fire safety; this way you can be sure that you have people on site who are equipped to help in the event of an incident. All employees should also know all the details of the plan, so you can ensure that it is implemented and followed on a daily basis.


Security Tips:


  1. Every business should have electronic passes for employees to gain access to the building and specific areas
  2. Implement a visitor pass system to monitor who is in the building at all times
  3. Develop a key contact list and distribute them across the managers of all departments
  4. Designate a safe area for employees to meet in the event of an emergency



Secure On Site Security has provided tailored, first-class security solutions to the corporate sector for over 8 years. As a leader of the security industry, we are perfectly positioned to advise your business on a security plan, as well as deploying the resources needed to implement it. 

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