Alert but not alarmed

As mentioned in the latest team briefing on security, we are currently reviewing and updating our Security Manual to take account of updated government guidance.

Once this has been completed, we’ll post updated guidance on the interchange. The message is very much that the government would like us all to be alert, but not alarmed. Many of us will be holidaying in the UK and abroad during the Easter break, so it’s a good idea to be in the know before you go.

In the meantime, why not take a look at these links, which gives tips for staying alert – not just in the workplace, but in day-to-day life. There’s also advice on what to do in the event of a terrorist attack.

This is in no way meant to alarm you, but with the terror threat in the UK at ‘severe’, and following on from last week’s terror attack in London, it’s important that we all remain vigilant.

Read security team briefing (PDF)

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