Each location and its safety involve compliance and adaptation to real risks. As there is no "zero risk", it is necessary to carry out quality identification, analysis and assessment of risks in all fields. Only afterwards are specific measures taken in order to reduce risks and bring them into an acceptable level.
Fire safety includes a series of preventive and repressive activities that reduce the risk of fire, and leads to a rapid and effective fire fighting if it occurs.
In order for a location to be protected from fire, it is necessary to ensure the proper functioning of fire detection and fire extinguishing systems. Also, it is necessary to define all actions to be taken in case of fire.
Each facility should have evacuation and rescue plans, familiarize and train all employees with those plans, highlight plans in visible locations for use by third parties, and conduct regular evacuation exercises. Under the Fire Safety Act, based on every countries legislative, there are legal actions every location owner and/or operator must fulfill, however, a number of preventive measures can be implemented to make locations even safer for us to visit.
In the modern world, busy people spend a significant part of their lives in their workplace. Safety and health at work is one of the fundamental rights of every person, because only a healthy and safe work environment allow for productive working and living. Occupational health and safety is a set of measures to ensure safe conditions that minimize occupational injuries and diseases, which predominantly create the precondition for a full physical, psychological and social well-being of employees.
It is in the interest of society, all business entities and of each individual, to achieve the highest level of safety and health at work, and to minimize unintended consequences such as injuries at work, injuries to others and occupational diseases.
Important elements of safety and protection at work:
Risk Assessment Act - identifying workplace risks and proposing risk reduction or elimination measures (trained to handle all work equipment)
Safe working environment conditions - adequate working environment conditions: microclimate, lighting, noise and other physical and chemical hazards
Safe work equipment - implies that the installed safety devices are on the equipment and periodic inspection and checking of them
Employee training - means that employees are aware of all the risks in their workplaces and the measures taken to reduce the risk (trained to handle their work equipment)
Since the beginning of humanity, there have been emergencies. The first inhabitants found themselves in less comfortable environment. As dangers lurked on all sides, those who had the ability to anticipate and prepare for them adequately survived. It is precisely from those first attempts to coexist with the environment through the centuries that a whole science has evolved today, which aims to advance, anticipate and protect man from potential dangers, and if they do, to successfully organize the proper management of resources in order to undertake rapid remediation, as well as to provide a mechanism to prevent them from happening again.
An emergency is always preceded by danger. Danger is an event, phenomenon or human activity that occurs suddenly. If we are not able to respond properly at that moment, an emergency can easily turn into a disaster.
Carefully analyzing the dangers in today's world, we can see that they can come from both internal and external environments. There are almost no days without hearing the concepts: decay, strikes, accidents, weather, etc. All these concepts have one thing in common, which is:
Unless properly anticipated, and not adequately prepared, comes to a crisis. Unless there are clearly defined processes and procedures, unforeseen consequences occur and the emergency becomes a catastrophe which must be dealt with.
Identification of situations defined as emergencies:
Landslides and erosion
Lack of drinking water
Epidemics and pandemics
Plant and animal diseases
Fires and explosions, open fires
Nuclear and radiological accidents
Important elements of ES:
Disaster Risk Assessment: identifying hazards, sources and forms of threat, possible effects and consequences, reviewing the forces, means and preventive measures to respond to the hazards caused by natural disasters and others accidents. Disaster risk assessment is made by the state, the autonomous province, local self-government units, entities of special importance for protection and rescue (except alliances, clubs and associations); companies, health institutions (except pharmacies); pre-school and school institutions and faculties for all facilities in which children reside, ie facilities where classes are held; social welfare institutions for beneficiary residences.
Protection and rescue plan: a document that plans measures and activities for disaster prevention, strengths and resources of the subjects of disaster risk reduction systems, their organized and coordinated engagement and emergency response in order to protect and save people, material and cultural assets and provide basic living conditions.
The protection and rescue plan must contain the following sections:
early warning and preparedness
mobilization and activation
zaštita i spasavanje po vrstama opasnosti
protection and rescue by type of danger
use of security and rescue forces and entities
Physical security is a service provided primarily by the personal presence and direct activity of security officers in a particular space and time, as well as through the application of measures and the use of coercive means.
In addition, the role of security officers at the facility is to protect people and property from damage, destruction, theft and other forms of adverse events.
Important elements of PS:
risk assessment in the protection of persons, property and business
physical security license - self-protection or signed contract with a licensed physical security company
Plan obezbeđenja sa osnovnim i posebnim dužnostima
"Man is not only a member of his immediate social community, but at the same time a member of a far wider community, made up of the whole living world around him." Sinisa Stankovic, 1933 in his significant book "The Frame of Life"
As the law dictates, environmental protection ensures the realization of the human right to live and develop in a healthy environment and a balanced relationship between economic development and the environment. Environmental protection consists of measures, conditions and instruments for:
Sustainable management, preservation of natural balance, integrity, diversity and quality of natural values and conditions for the survival of all living beings
Prevention, control, reduction and remediation of all forms of environmental pollution
All locations in our database have been verified by our Authorized Assessment Bodies and have received Classic or Premium certificates depending on which security level they meet.
MSL certificates are issued with a validity of one year, after which the location is assessed again and a new certificate is issued. Each location is subject to extraordinary verification if we are informed that there is a suspicion that the certified safety areas listed do not meet the criteria needed.