Terrorism-proofing should be a pre-requisite for all workplaces

New Bailey, Manchester

Darren Wood talks about terrorism-proofing in the UK’s workplaces and his experience as a security consultant

Recent high-profile terrorist incidents in London and Manchester have heightened public awareness and shown us that terrorism can affect any of us as we go about our daily lives. Tenants are becoming more security focused and expect a security strategy to be in place within the buildings they occupy.

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