Sunday, 22 January 2017

PLN9 Skill Development Institute

We at PLN9 Security Services Pvt. Ltd. are pleased to inform you, that our Company has now been accredited withNSDC (National Skill Development Corporation) as a Training Partner to conduct training programs at PLN9 Skill Development Institute for Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna 2.0 (PMKVY) 
  PLN9 Skill Development Institute, located in Dharam Colony, Gurgaon with an easy access from Krishna Chowk on Sheetla Mata Road –Rezang La Road, has a green serene environment with flora and fauna which stimulates learning, both psychologically and physically. 
We provide congenial setting of Active Classrooms, Obstacle Course, Wash Room, separate for both Ladies and Gents, and distinct areas for Yoga, PT & Drill. Food for lunch and nibbles can be arranged from Restaurants and McDonalds which are in purlieu of the Institute. However, any special requirements shall be catered for as per the needs of the Client. 
In today’s biosphere of skyscrapers, PLN9 Skill Development Institute offers the ideal environment for putting into practice Outdoor Team Building and Leadership Programs designed for Corporates, which is challenging to find within such close vicinity of Delhi NCR’s biggest Corporate Hub – Gurgaon.                                                                                 
Join hands with PLN9 and integrate physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual components of adventure/ outdoor experiences with equal emphasis towards commitment to social and ecological literacies and develop Transformational Leaders.
 In anticipation of an affirmative response from your esteemed organization.

Thursday, 19 January 2017


Although cleaning and tidying up takes time and effort, we need to think 'past the broom' so to speak and understand the benefits, both immediate and long term, as fruits of effort. The following benefits could be communicated to employees as motivation for them to practice good housekeeping daily in their workplace:
1. It opens the door for deeper safety interactions: Workers are more willing to discuss and take in safety interventions when their work area is clean and tidy. It is counterproductive to talk about serious safety concerns like personal protective equipment use, working at heights etc. when the worker retorts that the housekeeping is bad. You cannot successfully preach safety in a workplace that is allowed to be tangled and untidy.
2. It creates a sense of Order: Good housekeeping is an indication that the rest of the workplace is well managed.
3. It exposes potential hidden hazards: Clutter covers safety concerns. Hidden hazards get exposed when items are stacked and stored properly.
4. It improves productivity: The first thing that often comes to mind when it comes to getting housekeeping done is, "I really don't have the time for this." Yet we end up spending double that time looking for something that is lying behind a pile of rubbish.
5. It reduces slip and trip hazards: Experience has shown me that slip and trip incidents in the workplace account for a large percentage of injuries. Clean up now and get the immediate benefits.
6. It aids effective emergency response: Escape routes are easier to identify in an emergency situation if proper housekeeping is in place. It also creates a safe environment when having to get to the emergency exits. Emergency exit signage may be obstructed by inappropriately stacked items.
7. It reduces fire hazards: Many potential fire hazards are eliminated through proper housekeeping.
8. It allows for better identification of missing items: If a workplace is well kept, tidy and having items/materials consolidated into distinct areas it makes it much easier to identify missing items/materials.
9. It makes stacked materials intrinsically safer: If items need to be removed from an untidy pile it often results in falling/sliding objects that may cause serious injury.
10. It creates good first impressions: Any new employee will get off to a good start if they first enter a clean and orderly work site. Half the battle will be won.

Monday, 16 January 2017

Benefits of CCTV

The benefits that closed circuit television (#CCTV) technology has brought to the world are plentiful. People have enjoyed a greater amount of security in their homes, businesses have been able to protect their establishments and provide their customers with a higher level of protection and #Security and Public places such as airports, banks, military facilities, casinos & more... have also greatly benefited by preventing possible crimes from happening.
1. Deterrence – The thought of knowing that they are being watched and monitored keeps away the would be offenders. It is only a stupid burglar or a thieve that will not realize that a home or business under CCTV surveillance is not worth the risk and therefore not a good target. The benefits the use of CCTV surveillance system brings to crime reduction and as a source of evidence can never be underestimated.
2. Fear reduction – Most people have often confessed that the presence of CCTV cameras makes them feel safer. Feeling safe gives peace of mind to Business owners, employees and homeowner that not only are their businesses or property safe, but also are their loved ones.
3. Prosecution – CCTV evidence can be vital in prosecution of offenders (thieves, terrorist, vandals, arsonists, looters, burglars, and any other criminals). It’s much easier to identify and initiate legal procedures against offenders with visual evidence from the CCTV footage. This on its own provides an ultimate criminal deterrent that is both visible and effective. Almost all the offenders were identified using CCTV systems and were successfully prosecuted with the use of CCTV evidence.
4. Security and Surveillance. You rarely need eyes in the back of your head these days. Strategically placed cameras can be both monitored and recorded 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Digital recorders can record all your cameras for up to 3 months or even more if you need it. Remote monitored systems allow you or manned guards to watch over your premises from anywhere in the world using a phone or computer.
5. Increase Business Efficiency and Improve Profitability: In addition to providing a safer environment for employees and business owners, CCTV security system can greatly improve business efficiency and profitability. Thieves and shoplifters are less likely to strike a business that is protected by closed circuit television cameras.

Indian Temple Security

A trite wise saying suffices that prevention is better than cure. Proactive-ness should be the watchword of every place of worship, nay organizations. 
1.Establishing a full-fledged Security ‘Ministry’ or Department/Committee must be a priority for all places of worship. The Security Ministry or whatever name it is called, must be peopled with members of the congregation that have extensive security background.Basic first responded training and knowledge of basic first aid will help. A security consultant can be retained and private security operatives hired if need be.
2. A detailed Security Policy is important. A security policy is a continuously updated template that figures out, outlines how the organization plans to protect its people and properties.
3. Places of worship should formulate a comprehensive emergency and evacuation plans, lock down procedures and scrutinize the aforementioned procedures routinely in response to plausible natural or man-made misadventure.
4. The security department must strive to organize periodic security awareness program: seminar, symposium or briefings for members of the congregation.
5. Carry out a routine comprehensive risk assessment and vulnerability surveys of the place of worship vis-à-vis location of the place of worship and crime demographic, identifying potential hazards, how secured the access or entry points are, fencing, untrimmed shrubs/trees, inventory of equipment among others.

6. A rigorous background check or screening must be done on staff of the security department, volunteers, those taking care of children and those responsible for money/finances.

Saturday, 14 January 2017

Crowd Security

Natural and man-made disasters give quite a well reason for casualties and injuries like collapse of a building, landslides, exposure to harmful chemicals, etc. but there is a very unpredictable man-made disaster where people losing their life seems to be an unreasonable loss. It is the stampede that can happen in a crowded event. Stampede is a word that refers to animals while they flee wildly in panic condition. But the same applies to the humans when in crowd, they start behaving by animal instinct. Thus for a crowd, stampede is a situation when individuality is lost and individuals behave according to the crowd to get into a safer place. Stampede is a self destructing human wave i.e. a panic situation ,like fire or rumours, which starts at highly dense crowded area and like a wave humans run to escape in a disorderly way. The deaths usually occur due to suffocation and choking. The physically strong people might escape but it is the weaker section like women, children and old who get caught up.

India is a country which is famous for religious festivals and strong faith of people in religion is a call for huge number of gathering in such events. The increasing population, traditions and beliefs, ease of transportation system, open for all system, are the few causes of mass gatherings. This is in a way related to risk of stampede disasters.

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Level of Security For Forest Service

What level of Security is required for Forest Service buildings and sites?
All Forest Service facilities face security risks, but not the same risks. Forest Service buildings and sites vary from log cabins accessible only by trail to District offices in small towns to research laboratories in urban areas. Possible threats range from tornadoes to chemical releases to theft of snowmobiles by joy-riding teenagers or even arson by eco-terrorists (intentional acts).The threats faced at each location are different, so the required security measures also differ.
The first step in addressing physical security requirements is to figure out what threats affect the site and how vulnerable the site is to those threats. The Threat and Vulnerability Assessments section of the Physical Security Toolbox developed by MTDC explains threats and vulnerability assessments. The Physical Security section explains how to conduct a vulnerability assessment. A good starting point for a Forest Service vulnerability assessment is the report that should have been done on each unit of building risk level and whether each structure meets the minimum security standards for that risk level.

Port Facility Security

Ports are important for the support of economic activities in the hinterland since they act as a crucial connection between sea and land transport. The safety of port facilities, port workers and the surrounding community, and the protection of the environment are interconnected and synergistic elements in the management and operation of today’s ports. Therefore, they are an integral part of an effective Port Management System.

Ports have an ever-increasing responsibility nationally and internationally with regard to policy, legal instruments and objectives covering maritime safety, protection of the marine environment, and sustainable development.

The Port Facility Security Officer is responsible for the preparation of the Port Facility Security Plan. Like the Ship Security Plan, the Port Facility Security Plan shall indicate the minimum operational and Physical Security measures the Port Facility shall take at all times, i.e. while operating at security level .

1. The plan should also indicate the additional, or intensified, security measures the Port Facility can take to move to security level
2. Furthermore the plan should indicate the possible preparatory actions the Port Facility could take to allow prompt response to the instructions that may be issued by the authorities responding at security level 3 to a security incident or threat.