Wendy Witlow joined Allied Universal in 2014 as a Client Manager and previously served as a District Manager running operations in three counties in South Florida for Universal Protection.
Corporate use of Critical Incident Response Teams (CIRTs) is increasing. In this blog, we try to understand what is driving this growth trend and answer the questions and issues that often come up with new and potential clients for CIRT services.
There was plenty of excitement at the start of the semester. We saw students, faculty and staff return to campus for the start of the fall semester at Tulane University. As their partner in campus safety, Allied Universal, was right there helping bring the campus back to life.
In this blog, we take a closer look at three of the most frequently mentioned hesitations that make new corporate clients express – and the myths about executive protection that underlie them.
Memorial Day was the unofficial kick off of summer, and with summer...comes hot weather.
Since Keriann Bennett comes from a military and law enforcement family, she has always felt compelled to serve her country.
Today, as Director of Human Resources at Allied Universal, Laurie is responsible for supporting over 20,000 employees across the Midwest region for all people-related activities.
Workplace safety accidents and emergency situations can happen in any environment, in any industry, at any time. While our workplaces are often protected by devoted police and security officers and efficient alarm systems, each individual must also take an active role in maintaining a safe work environment.
Specialized and focused training for security professionals working in the Chemical, Petrochemical, and Utilities (CPCU) industry can contribute significantly to the overall safety and reduce risk.