Risk Management and Security in a Potentially Uncertain Future for Hospitality

Risk Management and Security in a Potentially Uncertain Future for Hospitality

Every business in the country has been affected in some way or another by the global pandemic. As we approach a full 12 months of fighting COVID-19, the future still looks uncertain, meaning many business owners will be preparing for the worse but planning for the best-case scenario too – this is perhaps most relevant for the hospital sector. When it comes to security, you want to make sure you have a relationship with a security provider that is able to accommodate these unique circumstances, knowing they’ll do all they can to protect your business from vandalism, theft and crime whether your doors are open or closed.

Anyone that knows us knows the high standards we maintain – choosing to hire individuals directly and not subcontract staff. We also offer a range of services, which in uncertain times can really help to put your mind at rest. Next week we should find out more information regarding the easing of current lockdown procedures, and for the hospitality sector, the stakes couldn’t be higher.

If the hospitality sector opens…

We’ll be able to reinstate door supervisors, highly trained not only in the behavioural management of the public but in social distancing measures too. Tensions in the public can be high when it comes to current government guidelines involving social distancing and masks as people will the world to return to normal, but the fight against COVID-19 is far from over, meaning door supervisors able to support these guidelines peacefully is incredibly important.

Depending on location, you might require manned guarding and mobile patrols throughout the night – especially as expensive stock will be bought in to accommodate growing demand. The last thing any restaurant, bar, club or licensed gaming venue needs is a costly break-in after such a difficult year!

If the hospitality rector remains closed or has a stop/start reopening throughout 2021

The longer a business is closed, the more likely it will become a target for vandalism, theft or even squatters. Investing in security personnel to protect your business premises throughout times of prolonged closures will make reopening a much less stressful process. As keyworkers, we continue to work day and night to reduce the risk of crime at private businesses. We understand the financial strain you might be under too and will also work with each and every client to create a bespoke contract that suits both your needs and your budget.

For more information on how we can work with your business during these unusual times by providing trained security personnel, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team.

Alternatively, if you’re looking to further your career within the security industry, please check the careers section on our website or email us an up to date copy of your C.V. We never subcontract our staff, we invest in their training and we work hard to support our staff. We look forward to meeting you.

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Nick Carter

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