Cognitious Ltd is an expert provider of resilience and protective security services to corporate and public sector organisations. Serious incidents involving crime, terrorism or other threats can have significant consequences on an organisation and its people. Our experienced team of consultants provide meticulous and strategic planning and tactical training to help prepare businesses and their workforces to minimise the loss of life and physical damage, and to maintain business continuity in a challenging environment.

Our consultants work with people at all levels within organisations to develop specialised resilience and protective security packages that will keep your people safe in the event of a serious incident.

We’ll carefully review your existing processes and procedures and implement any necessary changes. Then we’ll deliver an ongoing programme of training to everyone within the organisation to ensure that your employees are fully trained and equipped and able to respond effectively to any serious incident.

You need to meet your statutory duties to both your employees and your visitors. We can help by providing consultancy and training in:

Our consultants are trained and experienced former police and counter terrorism officers with vast operational experience who have served in senior command and leadership roles.They are passionate about providing an effective and reputable service and genuinely care about protecting people from serious incident.

Our service provision doesn’t end there. We have experienced how serious incidents can have an enormous impact on mental health and physical wellbeing and it is an area that is often overlooked. We can provide post-incident therapists and trauma counselling specialists to enable healing and recovery for the people that work for you who have experienced a major incident.

Cognitious Consultancy is a sister company of Ashridge Group – a fully accredited and expert provider of security services and facilities management services to nationwide organisations.

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