Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all. Build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels. Safety and security have been important topics within the facility domain for some time. Future Facility Managers are facing a new challenge: combining safety, openness and hospitality within the working environment. There is a noticeable shift in final responsibility within the security domain. The Security Department traditionally held final responsibilities. Nowadays the responsibility is moving towards the facility domain.
Security as a service
Although the Facility Department has a lot of experience and knowledge of soft services, security is often a step too far. Security is rapidly becoming a highly specialised field. Distinctive of this development is the essential role of IT and the complexity of security systems. The formulation of a security policy requires professional knowledge, in which the well-being and safety of employees cannot be ignored. Finding an overall concept with a balanced relationship between man and technology is a difficult task. At the behest of organisations such as Rabobank and Alliander, Nsecure acts as Integrated Safety and Security partner. This includes the takeover of Operational Management and Contract Management. With this approach, Nsecure maps the existing implemented systems. This overall approach ensures that vital business processes run more efficiently, more safely and more sustainably. This analysis, in combination with the client’s wishes, results in an efficient, customised total concept: security as a service. People and technology are integrated and automated due to smart and new techniques. This way of outsourcing challenges customers to improve their service with the help of new technologies and concepts in order to contribute to a safe, open and hospitable working environment.