Door Supervisors Loughborough

Door Supervisors

Loughborough

 

About our Door supervisors

 

Our professional team of SIA licensed Door Supervisors are known amongst our clients for their positive attitude, flexibility, reliability, high standard of personal presentation, adherence to dress code, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and extensive experience in this customer focused role.

 

Whether you require our Door Supervisors on an ad-hoc or on going contractual basis, we have the right solution for your venue.

 

We understand that our service often becomes an integral part of your business activity. Our services are based on listening to your needs and giving our advice to provide a positive and long lasting business relationship.

 

The services we provide:

 

FREE initial venue assessment.

 

FREE initial & annual venue risk assessments.

 

Experienced and ‘hands on’ Management Team.

 

Provision of trained, experienced, vetted & SIA licensed Door Supervisors.

 

A friendly, reliable and cost effective service from a responsible and reliable company.

 

Provision of only the best, ‘customer’ focused staff so your venue and customers are safe at all times.

 

A company who provides a highly professional approach to security.

 

Fully insured service with Employers and Public Liability Insurance.

 

Professional SIA Door Supervisors.

 

About Loughborough

 

Loughborough is a town within the Charnwood borough of Leicestershire, England. It is the seat of Charnwood Borough Council and home to Loughborough University. The town had a population of 57,600 in 2004, making it the largest settlement in Leicestershire outside the city of Leicester. The town is close to the Nottinghamshire border and is within a short distance of locations such as Nottingham, the East Midlands Airport and Derby.

 

The town has the world's largest bell foundry — John Taylor Bellfounders, which made the bells for the Carillon war memorial, a landmark within the Queens Park in the town, Great Paul for St Paul's Cathedral, and York Minster.