SIA Update on Prosecutions

Update from the SIA Newsletter Door supervisor prosecuted for using fake SIA licence On Tuesday 7 March 2017 Christopher David Price pleaded guilty at Cardiff and Vale Magistrates Court, for the offence of working as a Door Supervisor without an SIA licence. He also plead to being in possession of a false document (purported to […]

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Your workplace risk profile: identifying your first aid needs

  Under the new Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidance when assessing workplace first aid training and supplies needs employers should consider a greater number of factors than was advised under the previous guidance to the regulations. What should you consider when identifying your first aid needs? The HSE’s new guidance for workplace first aid provision asks […]

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New website to be released shortly

Our new website will be arriving soon – More info to follow

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2016 What a start!!

 2016 has started with a BANG. 2016 has already started well with Level 2 Door Supervision and Upskilling courses being ran both here in Westbury at our training facility and at RA CPD in Larkhill, with lots more courses on the calendar this year. If you’re interested in a particular course gives us a ring on […]

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Remembrances Parades

On Sunday 8th November Prosec Consultancy Ltd was pleased to be able to supply staff to assist with the Remembrance Day Parades in both Trowbridge and Warminster. Both events has big attendances even with the weather not being the best. We will Remember.    

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PROSEC in the White Horse News

Gruelling bike ride across Cuba for charity This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015 at 9:52 am. STAFF at a Westbury security services company, PROSEC Consultancy, have set themselves the gruelling challenge of mountain biking 420km across Cuba for charity. Three men from PROSEC and a close friend will spend five days in […]

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New Psychoactive Substances (NPS)

The Home Office has produced a resource pack on New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) or so called ‘legal highs’ as they are also known. The availability of NPS has posed a new and significant challenge to door staff and venue owners over the last few years. NPS often mimic the effects of controlled drugs like cocaine, ecstasy […]

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NEW SIA Licence

We mentioned a while ago that the SIA were “Updating” the SIA Licence. They have increased the size of the picture of the licence holder to almost twice the size of the old one. The silver hologram has been replaced with a holographic overlay (similar to a driving licence) which is visible when tilted at […]

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SIA ID Changes after DVLA Licence Change

SIA clarifies identification requirements after DVLA changes The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has clarified its identification requirements for licence applications after changes introduced by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). The clarification comes after the DVLA stopped issuing paper counterparts to the driving-licence photocard this June in England, Scotland and Wales, causing some confusion […]

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