Secure is a complete security service from Sodexo.
We work in strategic partnership with client organisations that are seeking a customised response to their security needs.
At Sodexo, we deliver tangible results by effectively combining high quality electronic - and physical security solutions. We deliver a robust and effective solution to meet all your requirements.
We are proud to include in our extensive portfolio, high profile clients from the private and public sectors - whether from a general hospital, university campus, defence establishment, corporate head office or manufacturing facility.
We can deliver reassurance through our professionally trained responsive team.
At Sodexo, we are proud to have achieved an assessment score from the SIA Approved Contractor Scheme that ranks us in the top two per cent of UK manned guarding companies.
Secure is accredited to ISO 9001, incorporating BS 7858 Employee Vetting, BS 7499 Manned Guarding and BS 7958 Management and Operation of CCTV.
Secure clients have daily access to an on-site management team, exactly where you need them. This differs from the security industry standard where managers are remotely located with periodic contact with their clients.
Sodexo attracts and recruits security officers with the ability, passion and commitment to be leading facilities managers of the future.
Our security officer retention rates of more than 95% are industry leading and testament to the success of our Secure development programme, which assists our officers in their career progression.
Secure aims for rosters of no more than 48 hours per week, thereby ensuring the highest levels of alertness and motivation. Sodexo security officers also have access to guidance on health, wellbeing and nutrition, designed to maximise their performance levels.
Secure operators assess all on-site security teams annually to ensure each operation is keeping pace with client needs and to detect any risks to the business.
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