With the rising trend of corporate office real estate moving towards shared working environments, it stands to reason that an effective security strategy needs to be developed to ensure that the safety and security of everyone is addressed.
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Unfortunately, these days we are all living in a time where we rarely feel safe, even at work. No matter what type of industry you work in, you are often facing risks and dangers. While some jobs are inevitably riskier than others – police, for example, expect to be put in dangerous situations – even those roles which were once considered to be safe, such as teachers, office workers and doctors, can be exposed to danger.
Of course, that is not to say that a major security situation is going to creep up on a regular basis, but it is important to be prepared just in case the worst should happen. One thing that has become clear through all of the crisis situations in recent years is that organizations with no clear emergency plan in place are in a vulnerable position when an unexpected event kicks in.
Welcome to the ninth and final blog of our S.T.A.R.T.S.S. series. Our objective with this series has been to give guidance in considering all the most important factors when choosing new security entrances. By taking these factors into consideration, you can be assured that you will make the best choice to suit your organizational, business and security needs – and to deliver maximum ROI.
How are you currently fostering security as part of your corporate culture? BrightCoach CEO, Peter Ashworth, defines corporate culture as “the DNA that provides guidelines, boundaries and expectations for your team and your customers, and is the primary platform to inspiring and motivating people…” So what is the key to developing a positive corporate culture? Strong communication.