industrial security


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industrial security

[in′dəs·trē·əl si′kyu̇r·əd·ē]
(industrial engineering)
The portion of internal security which refers to the protection of industrial installations, resources, utilities, materials, and classified information essential to protection from loss or damage.
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Khalid Al-Ageel, secretary-general of the High Commission for Industrial Security, said the exhibition reflects the vital role played by the HCIS in the development of a culture of industrial security and promoting its importance among industry professionals.
Some of the evaluated criteria include management support for the industrial security program; a record of commendable security inspection results; an effective on-going security education, awareness, and motivation program; and the professionalism and knowledge of the facility security officer.
HCIS Secretary-General Khalid bin Sa'ad Al-Aqeel said the conference aims to lay down strategies and scientific plans for industrial security and ways of dealing with these plans based on the latest international standards.
The work of AIA's Industrial Security Committee eventually evolved into a government/industry task force of 260 people--which includes a number of ASIS members--who developed the NISP blueprint for action.
He said the event is being held annually and meant to lay down strategies and scientific plans for industrial security and explore means of cooperation with departments and sectors concerned with this area.
Today the CISF has taken on multi-faceted role where by in addition to its traditional role of industrial security, it has also moved into new areas like airport security, security of government buildings, monument security, disaster management, VIP security Delhi metro rail, etc.
And the self-inspection guide, which is currently being updated to reflect changes in the ISM, will be provided to contractors by their industrial security representatives.
That is, the industrial security representative selects a program or contract and reviews the implementation of that security program as it relates to that contract.
As DIS constantly assesses the way these programs are administered, it has recognized that - notwithstanding the critical roles the KAPP and AA&E programs serve - the relatively few industrial facilities participating in these programs preclude some of DIS's Industrial Security representatives (IS reps) from becoming as proficient in conducting these surveys and inspections as they would be if they devoted more time to them.

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