Security Webinars

We invite you to express your interest and register for one of our free security webinars. Led by our Technical Security Advisor, you will learn insider knowledge on keeping your business or site secure.

On this page you will find summaries of all our available webinars.

In order to register for one of our security webinars, scroll down the page and submit your details. Once the form is submitted one of our team will contact you. Our webinars are accredited by The Security Institute and are worth CPD credits.


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Jewellers have to operate in quite a different way to most retail outlets, taking greater care than many (not all) around security – because of the CRAVED nature of their products.

CRAVED is common acronym used to describe the desirability of items targeted by criminals: Concealable, Removable, Available, Valuable, Enjoyable, and Disposable, which pretty much describes most of what jewellers offer.

In this virtual webinar we expose some of the most frequently overlooked aspects, leaving businesses open to being targeted by criminals. Whilst primarily aimed at jewellers, the advice is also applicable to other retail outlets who might be offering CRAVED products.

Through The Wall Burglary

During the pandemic many businesses had to be closed and many locations locked and secured until things changed. Some locations were unable to reopen or have for various reasons permanently closed and this has resulted in vacant, unoccupied buildings in many areas – is there a vacant or largely unoccupied property adjacent to your business?

As a result there have been a growing number of ‘through the wall burglaries’ where criminals have exploited these vacant premises to mask their efforts and force entry to adjacent business properties to steal etc

In this presentation we focus on this type of burglary and examine what measures might be considered to better protect your premises.

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The Three Stages of a Robbery

Do you know how you would react to an armed robbery at your business? Would you know what to do next?

Most business owners probably ask themselves these questions in passing, but in reality don’t know the answers. With over 30 years in the Metropolitan Police Service, Warrior Doors’ Simon Cham is the ideal person to provide them.

Over a series of three 1 hour modules, Simon will guide you through the Three Stages of a Robbery.

In the first module, Before a Robbery, Simon covers important topics such as hostile reconnaissance. A criminal checking out your business before hand might not act – or look – like you might expect.

The second module, During a Robbery, will highlight the actions you should follow to prevent loss of life and injury. An armed robbery is a volatile and fast moving situation – would you know how to act and stay calm?

After a Robbery, the final module, focuses on the often traumatic aftermath. Your store has been robbed, your staff and customers are traumatised. How can you act calmly to ensure wellbeing and business continuity?

As a result of taking these 3 modules you will be provided with a keen understanding of how you can prepare yourself and your store from the threat of armed robbery.

Each module in the course is worth 2 CPD credits, accredited by The Security Institute.

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Module 1: Before a Robbery

Learn about the potentially unseen threats to your business and how you can prepare for them.

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Module 2: During a Robbery

What should you do when a robbery is taking place? This module will provide you with best practices.

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Module 3: After a Robbery

In the aftermath of a robbery learn how best to deal with the fallout and secure your store.

Busting the Myths

common misconceptions as regards stainless steel door-sets and how these myths can lead to a reduction in your security

There are many myths or misconceptions around stainless steel door-sets, such as “…they are too expensive…” or “…steel is not environmentally friendly…”

In this interactive one hour virtual webinar we explore some of the most common myths and show how they could lead to you making an ill-informed choice.

Ultimately believing these myths could actually reduce your level of security, most certainly over the expected lifetime for a door-set.

Martyn's Law

The Protect Duty (Martyn's Law)
A risk assessment process and demonstrating how these risks are to be addressed is almost certainly going to feature in the Martyn’s Law, which is expected to come into law sometime soon.

This presentation looks at potential implications of the Martyn’s Law for businesses with a public facing element

Your business may not have been included within the Counter Terror ‘crowded places’ advice, but there is a recognition the tactics and threat has changed – as recent incidents and events have demonstrated.

Further detail on the proposed Martyn’s law can be found here.

Communal Doors: More than Just Security

When deciding the appropriate investment in communal doors, do you consider security vs. likely threats? Are you over-specifying communal door security, ignoring potential longer term costs, which will overshadow any perceived savings in purchase price?

Aspects such as the materials used to construct the doors, glazing, repairs and maintenance of the doors, along with other factors. All of which are not directly reflected within any security test certification process, but are important for the owner and end users of communal doors. 

There are two modules looking specifically at communal doors:

Module 1: Security Standards

Learning why attempting to compare the different security standards is an almost impossible task.

Module 2: More Than Just Certification

Learning about the non-security certification aspects of door-sets that have an impact on security.

An Offender Delayed is an Offender Denied

The importance of specifying adequate door security is to ensure delay. This security webinar challenges attendees to consider their own door provision. Additionally whether it matches known and foreseeable risks of forced entry, penetration or attack. 

This is especially relevant for all businesses who allow or have ready public access, when Martyns Law comes into effect.

Physical delay forms part of any security process and better ensures the safety of people as well as property.

Attackers usually work to a short attack time and by ensuring sufficient delay one can deter an attack.

Further detail on the proposed Martyn’s law can be found here.

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