Security Risk Assessment Conference

Indaba Hotel, Spa & Conference Centre Fourways, Johannesburg

21 and 22 October 2015

We have been approached on several occasions by numerous individuals and parties as to why we are presenting a conference, specifically a Security Risk Assessment conference.

Understand risk assessment is simply a careful examination of what, in your home or work, could cause harm to someone, so that you can weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm. Workers, family, and friends have a right to be protected from harm that includes crime caused by a failure to take reasonable control measures.

Crime, accidents and ill health can destroy lives and affect your business too if output is lost, machinery is damaged, insurance costs increase or you have to go to court. Alwinco believe you are legally required to assess the risks in your workplace and home so that you put in place a plan to control the risks.

See definition:

Harm also means crime Physically injure.

“the villains didn’t harm him”

synonyms:injure, hurt, wound, maltreat, mistreat, misuse, ill-treat, ill-use, abuse,molest, inflict pain on, inflict suffering on, handle/treat roughly, do violence to, lay a finger on

The purpose of the Security Risk Assessment when conducted independently is to analyse and identify all the weak points and vulnerabilities in your physical security.

When doing research on the internet concerning Security Risk Assessments the results generally only cover IT Security and Health & Safety.

Risk can be sufficiently summarized that risk is the result of the criminal’s desire and ability, which is multiplied by the opportunity present for the perpetrator to commit the crime.

We are presenting a Security Risk Assessment conference to explain extensive and thorough research, as well as the Security Risk Assessment, will change the face of security in times approaching.

Physical security is very really explained or picked up by the search engine unless precise and specific wording is used.

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Written by Andre Mundell

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