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Lone Working Training: When Should I leave? To some your response to this question may be so simple, it may just roll off the tongue; maybe this is because you have attended a workshop on Lone Working Training.

By Ricky Thompson New statistics show the shock extent of physical attacks on Northern Ireland’s traffic wardens. Downtown Radio & Cool FM can reveal today that more than 60 assaults have taken place over the last five years. One incident included a case of assault with intent to cause serious harm. But there were also…[Read More]

The below article is another indication that the increase of awareness in the subject of workpace violence is now part of the working day, and it also highlights how some managers think it is right for staff to be abused, threatend and assaulted in the workplace.

Cancer Choices an Independent Holistic Cancer Information and Support Centre based in Dungannon supporting people affected by cancer engaged the services of Quell Training in response to identified needs of Staff, Service Providers and Volunteers for Lone worker & Personal Safety training. The training was tailored to meet the organisations specific requirements. The training itself…[Read More]

Security Industry Authority announce more details about the Upskilling Door Supervisors Course. Public to benefit from better trained door supervisors 04 February 2013   The public will benefit from better trained door staff as new rules come into effect. From today [04 Feb], door supervisors renewing their Security Industry Authority licence will need to have…[Read More]

The Security Industry Authority have now put into place from today, the new criteria required for all Door Supervisors who do not have qualifications like Physical Intervention on their current licence and may require Upskilling Door Supervisors.

The Security Industry Authority have released more details about the inspections they are currently carrying out on Security  Training Organisations. Remember if you are not properly trained by a reputable training organisation, and if they are found to be investigated for Malpractice, then your licence can be suspended.

The Security Industry Authority have released a press release warning all new potential Door Supervisors of falling into the trap of being scammed.

Knowing how to escort people from premises safely is important to door supervisors, who may have to deal with this type of situation as part of their role. Disengagement skills are also useful if, for example, a customer has grabbed hold of you.