Vetting & Screening
We conduct a thorough and detailed background checks on all our applicants to ensure we hire the finest operatives. All our operatives are fully compliant and licenced to company with the law – including security qualifications & DBS checks to minimise the risk of making unsuitable recruitment decisions.
We work closely with our clients to understand their requirements, offering our expertise and advice to provide a comprehensive security solution. We produce a risk assessment to ensure all aspects are covered. RADE employs highly driven, positive and reliable operatives that have been trained before they are deployed to any of our sites – including health & safety for the public, latest regulations, and client satisfaction.
With our control centre managed around the clock for the entire year, we are able to support any emergency or callouts in a fast & effective manner – giving our client peace of mind and assurances that it will be carried out in a professional manner.
Our attention to detail ensures that we tailor our security officer training for each venue. We provide the personnel to fulfil our client experience, knowing that each client has their own criteria & requirements.
The role of the door supervisor is to take responsibility for the security and the safety of the visitors and customers within the premises. They have the responsibility of judging the suitability of persons entering the venue and are responsible in making appropriate decisions as to who gains entry and who is deemed unacceptable. Judging criteria may include the age and behaviour of people trying to gain access within the venue, i.e. whether the person underage, is carrying harmful weapons or illegal substances, or is displaying unruly behaviour. Door supervisors are also responsible for maintaining order within the premises, managing crowds, dealing with conflicts and emergencies inside the venue, and co-operating with management and police.
Our security teams are fully complaint and regularly go through regular training programmes to ensure they deliver polite and approachable Door Supervision to help enhance your business.
Static Site Guarding & Mobile Patrol
A security guard can work in a variety of non-licensed premises, including the retail and corporate sectors. Security guards are not licensed to work on premises that permit alcohol consumption. Whilst the role of a security guard could vary depending on the client and industry, the basic element of the role is to ensure the smooth functioning within the premises. This is done by ensuring the safety of the customers, general public and staff which frequent the premises, and ensuring the protection of the property. It is also the security guards’ job to observe the surroundings, working to prevent and discourage any appearance of disorderly behaviour or theft, and to report any suspicious occurrences or potential threats to police as appropriate.