Security Management Level 3 Assignment 2

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SECURITY MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA ASSIGNMENT 2 A1. Where there has been a previous security operation in place and it is the intention to devise a new security system. The previous security system should be ignored. Planning should take place as if no previous system ever existed. This will avoid taking the “bad” operations of the previous system. A2. The advantages of a “risk control” principle if used in the approach to a security operation : • Systematic and meaningful control over loss events is possible – rather than having a blanket system to negate risk completely. It can have better control of loss events as individual events and tailor the control measures to suit enabling the company to continue operation with only the required level of risk mitigation in place. • An extra perspective over all aspects of the running of the organisation is given to top management – meaning that the top management are given a broader perspective of how the security situation will have an impact across the board as an organisation. • The status and respect which is accorded to the security division is improved – because the division are continually assessing the threat and changing the risk control measures as and when needed it shows that the division are actively involved in the security operation and not relying on judgement. But using calculation and experience earning respect for professionalism. A3. Two examples of interference or obstruction that could cause an organisation loss are: • Crime by personnel of the organisation • Fire risk areas A4. DELEGATION In a lot of organisations the delegation of authority and responsibility create problems for the management. There could be a vast amount of reasons for this, some of them are: • There can be a feeling of Loss of Control from the Top Management. • The supervisor is unwilling to delegate because he is afraid of

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