Clevedon Door Supervisor Requirements


One of the most high-profile security industry jobs is that of Door Supervisor, as well as one of the most important. Every city in the UK has clubs, pubs, and bars, which means that every security company in Bristol and the UK has door supervisors. If you are physically fit, enjoy working with people, and are looking for a career in safety and security, that of door supervisor might be perfect for you.


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The Duties of Hospital Security Guards


There are many different kinds of security guards, each tasked and trained differently to handle their specific jobs. While many of their various functions overlap, some do not. Security guards working the entrance of a pub or club will have a vastly different role and daily clientele than say a retail security guard. 


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What Can Bristol Security Guards Do For You?


You may think that security guards are only for hospitals, fronts of pubs, clubs, or ritzy corporate headquarters, but the reality is that the security industry has grown to be as versatile and changing as your needs. No matter how big or small the job, security firms are out there, keeping their clients safe and secure, giving them peace of mind.


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How Clevedon is at the Front of the Crime Wave


If you live in the Clevedon area, then you are likely to have been a victim of crime in the last two or three years. Crime is extremely high in this area, higher than in ports and in some parts of Bristol itself. Protecting homes and businesses in Clevedon is a full-time job, with around 100 crimes reported each month in the area. This is a high rate of crime that needs to be stamped out as quickly as possible. One of the biggest threats to homeowners and businesses is the rise of criminal damage.


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How Security Helped Avonmouth & Portbury Make News


In August of this year, large areas of land around Portbury and Avonmouth were sold off by Bristol City Council. The land sale amounted to around £10 million, and was mostly freehold land which was already occupied by the buyers of the land, the Bristol Port Company. This company was privatised in 1991, but it still had to lease the land on around 2,500 acres in the Portbury and Avonmouth areas.


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