Growing up, Tait always searched for the next challenge—looking for ways to better himself. This is why he decided to join the U.S. Navy in 2001.
In order to keep our clients safe, happy and productive, executive protection professionals have always had to respond and adapt to major events and trends. As the world now faces the sobering consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak, the executive protection industry will once again have to evolve to stay relevant.
Whether you own or manage a high-rise facility, you’re likely starting to wonder about facility management amid COVID-19.
As hospitals and other healthcare organizations across the country move to fully re-open their facilities and resume performing elective procedures, there is much to be considered.
For 40 years, the International Code Council (ICC) has celebrated advances in the construction of safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient buildings and homes each May, during Building Safety Month.
Property managers at residential communities wear a lot of hats from filling vacancies and negotiating and enforcing leases, to maintaining the building and property, and securing the premises. To be successful, property managers need the support of their entire team – including security.
Coming from a long line of military lineage, Julie De La Mora always knew her career would start in the military.
Ebony Haywood began her security career with Securadyne, now Allied Universal, in 2010 where she held multiple roles ranging from Operations Coordinator to Director of Professional Services.
Nationwide lockdowns associated with COVID-19 have driven millions to desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones to pass the time. Chief among their digital pursuits is online training.
When you work at the office, you take security and many other things for granted. When you work at home, things are different. In addition to doing the regular job, all of a sudden, you’ve got a new side gig as Chief Security Officer, Facilities Manager, and Corporate Canteen Chef, too.