Action Counters Terrorism
Metro Guard is a proactive supporter of ACT Awareness e-learning, collaborating closely with the Metropolitan Police to stay current on the latest legislation. Simultaneously, we deliver training to our guards through our training provider.
The primary objectives of the ACT program are as follows:
Enhance awareness of the terrorism threat to the UK.
Provide guidance to individuals in the event they become involved in a terrorist incident or situations leading up to a planned attack.
Empower individuals to identify and report suspicious activities.
Metroguard Oxford Ltd, provides certified NASDU dog handlers. The NASDU certification encompasses the expertise and competencies essential for functioning as a professional Security Dog Handler in various professional settings.
Information Commissioner’s Office
Metro Guard adheres to the regulatory body established in the United Kingdom to safeguard information rights in the public’s best interest. This organization fosters transparency among public entities and safeguards individuals’ data privacy.
ISO 9001 outlines the criteria for a comprehensive Quality Management System (QMS), which can be tailored to align with your organization’s needs. When you assess and optimize your processes in accordance with this QMS, your organization gains greater capability to achieve its sustainability and growth objectives.
Frequently mandated in tender applications and boasting a strong 30-year legacy, ISO 9001 is widely acknowledged as the most reputable, resilient, and efficient tool for enhancing business operations available today.
ISO 9001:2015 Certification
ISO 9001:2015 is an internationally recognized standard that sets forth the requirements for creating a strong and effective Quality Management System (QMS). It delineates the specific processes, procedures, and steps organizations must create, implement, maintain, and improve to efficiently manage product manufacturing or service delivery.
Armed Forces Covenant
The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise by the nation ensuring that those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly.