Global exchange of information and active shaping of industry standards
Exchanging experience across the globe, shaping standards of quality, establishing apprenticeship professions: national and international work in associations has many advantages. We take advantage of them, and are dedicated.
The board-level commitment to national and international associations, such as the global security association "Ligue Internationale des Sociétés de Surveillance," the Bundesverbandes der Sicherheitswirtschaft (Federal Association of the Security Industry - BDSW) or the Bundesvereinigung Deutscher Geld- und Wert-dienste e. V. (Federal Association of German Cash & Valuables Services - BDGW) secures the continual, global exchange of information and influence on the development of industry trends and standards of quality.
International association work
- ASSA-I Aviation Security Services Association International (Brussels, Belgium)
The association for leading European companies in the airport security field; the goal: establishing standards of quality for education and training and for testing security workers.
- International Security Ligue (Zollikofen, Switzerland)
The International Security Ligue (former "Ligue Internationale des Sociétés de Surveillance") is a consortium of private security companies from around the world; the goal: identifying and maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards in the security industry.
National association work
VDF Vereinigung der Dienstleister an Deutschen Flughäfen e.V. (Frankfurt am Main)
VdS Schadenverhütung GmbH (Köln)
Verband für Sicherheit in der Wirtschaft (versch. Landesverbände)
ZVEI Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektroindustrie e.V. (Frankfurt am Main)