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The first of around 300 new staff to be employed at Norse’s security division, EventGuard, undertook their induction course in early February.
60 people, some of whom had worked in security before, and some who were new to the industry, took part in a training course that covered staff responsibilities, maintenance of a safe environment, customer care issues, emergency aid and basic fire awareness and evacuation and contingency planning.
“It is vital that all new staff are aware of the processes and policies that enable us to deliver safe and secure events,” siad EventGuard Managing Director Martin Leeder. “The summer months are going to be really busy for EventGuard, and with 300-plus new staff coming on board we have to make sure that they are fully trained to do their jobs in the most professional and efficient way,” he added.
“We are still looking for more staff to train for unique security opportunities this summer,” Martin Leeder said, “and want to encourage anyone interested, with or without experience, to contact us as soon as possible to be included on the next induction course.”