There are several steps you can take to protect your employees and business from the threat of terrorism in London. First, it’s worth asking your staff and any others who use your premises to familiarise themselves with our advice on Staying safe from terrorism. Secondly, we recommend attending one of our regular Project Griffin counter-terrorism briefings. Find out more and get in touch below.
Attend a Project Griffin briefing
Project Griffin is a national scheme to protect buildings, business areas and their surrounding neighbourhoods from the threat of terrorism.
As part of Project Griffin we regularly hold briefings across London – sharing the latest security and counter-terrorism advice with managers, security officers and employees of both public and private sector organisations. Armed with this information, staff and business owners are better equipped to detect and deter terrorism.
To find out more about Project Griffin, visit the UK Government’s website. If you’re interested in attending a briefing in the Greater London area, get in touch using our simple online form. We’ll get back to you within three working days with details of upcoming events near you.
Role of a Counter Terrorism Security Advisor (CTSA)
CTSAs work closely with representatives of trade organisations and professional bodies across London, making sure their protective security measures and plans are kept up to date with the latest counter-terrorism security advice.
CTSAs have comprehensive, specialist training in areas such as:
- explosives and precursor chemicals
- pathogens and toxins
- radiological sources
- site and vulnerable point surveying
- business continuity and disaster recovery
- information and personnel security
- integrated security systems
- designing out vehicle-borne terrorism
- chemical, biological, radioactive or nuclear (CBRN) defence
If you would like to attend a Project Griffin briefing or Project ARGUS exercise, request advice or ask us about something else, fill in our simple online form by hitting the start button below.