Good housekeeping is important as it can improve the safety of your premises, reduce the opportunity for placing suspicious items, and can help you manage false alarms and hoaxes.
Personnel and People Security comprises an integrated set of policies, procedures, interventions and effects which seek to enhance an organisation or site’s protective security.
It is important to keep the doors in your building in good order.
Effective physical security of an asset is achieved by multi-layering different measures. The concept is based on the principle that the security of an asset is not significantly reduced with the loss of any single layer. Each layer of security may be comprised of different elements of interdependent systems.
See, Check and Notify (SCaN) is a free training programme that aims to help organisations, venues and events maximise safety and security using their existing resources.
If you’re a shop or business owner that sells chemicals that could be used in a terrorist incident, it is important to Know Your Customer.
This collection of NPSA guidance and tools is designed to help organisations reduce the risk of an insider by undertaking good personnel security practices.
Implementing a Protective Security Management Systems (PSeMS) supports a proactive approach for assessing and managing holistic security risks.

NPSA has produced guidance known as Protective Security Management Systems (PSeMS). PSeMS supports a proactive approach for assessing and managing holistic security risks. It's…
Sensitive information and assets, whatever their form, must be appropriately protected from creation through to verified destruction.
The design process mainly focusses on the composition of the external facades, doors and windows of buildings, but of equal importance is the adequate protection of building services and critical internal spaces.