Premise & Accomodation and Hospitality Security
DRK provides solutions to meet the security needs of Hospitality Industry which is made up of different types of business with a high level of complexity.
From lodging to entertainment venues, from bars to convention centers, all kinds of hospitality facilities should be secure as well as kept open and serving. These two elements, which seem to be opposite to each other, must be balanced carefully and professionally.
At the very point, DRK offers a detailed solution beginning with a Risk Analysis that is based on a high level guidance by its Strategic Experts. This guidance leads to a comprehensive and holistic approach to Hospitality Security.
It does not only involve physical security measures, but also electronic, individual (VIP), information and cyber security measures; the perception of environmental effects and early warning systems, according to DRK’s Security Architecture.
In this context, high tech solutions are planned and implemented such as;
- Collaborative and cooperative initiatives developed with the external actors and business entrepreneurs,
- Personnel and management systems,
- Physical security systems,
- High end surveillance and CCTV systems with video analytics,
- Anti-drone systems,
- CBRN defense systems,
- Explosive detection systems,
- Narcotics detection systems etc.
A detailed Risk Assessment is made at the beginning of the project. The purpose of the Risk Assessment is; to identify potential risks, threats and hazards to the project (buildings, guests, employees, facilities) through analysis and to determine and select appropriate measures to eliminate / reduce the risks that may result from these risks.
DRK offers niche advices on the basis of this assessment.
Security of Hotel and Accommodation Facilities
The Security Architecture of a hotel or accommodation facility is based on the examination of measures to reduce or eliminate the security risk in possible emergency situations and recommended measures such as;
- Terrorist attack,
- Theft / robbery,
- Bomb threat,
- Social turmoil,
- Employee actions,
- Natural disasters,
- Power interruption,
- Release of dangerous substances,
- Elevator emergency situations, etc.