The Importance of Security Culture

A strong security culture is both a mindset and mode of operation. One that's integrated into day-to-day thinking and decision-making can make for a near-impenetrable operation. Conversely, a security culture that's absent will facilitate uncertainty and, ultimately, lead to security incidents that you likely can't afford to take on.

Providing customized fire prevention training for various target groups in the Surinamese society in order to activate the (fire) safety awareness in the Surinamese community
– The provision of surveillance and security services for third parties
– Providing advice in the area of ​​safety, security, surveillance and protection, fire prevention in the broadest sense
– Providing man security, object security, transport security and electronic security
– Conducting research assignments for third parties in the field of safety and fire prevention
– Providing training, courses, workshops for providing qualified security men and women in every area
– Training certified security men and women in every area
– The development and design of safety and security systems and the installation and exercise of the trade in these systems
– Importing, storing, trading and exporting of security monitoring and security attributes, both for own account and for the account of third parties, all in the broadest sense of the word insofar as legally permitted
– Acting as an agent, representative and in any capacity for third parties, with regard to the objectives defined in points 1 to 10 of this article.
– The performance of all that in the broadest sense of the word belongs to the objectives mentioned under 1 to 11 of this article, related or facilitated,
– The exploitation of catering establishments, in the broadest sense of the word, to the extent permitted by law
– The exploitation of transport companies in the broadest sense of the word