As a response to past years incidents and to meet the rapid changes in risk that are affecting the shopping center security landscape, NCSC, in collaboration with SAFE ShoppingCenters and Citycon, is providing the Guide to Shopping Center Risk and Security.
The guide has been developed by SAFE ShoppingCenters for the Nordic and Baltic shopping center community, and aims to give guidance and provide knowledge of the basic risk and security management needs.It covers topics like risk assessment, security planning and crisis management as well as high threat procedures that should be in place in a Shopping Center.
The guide will be released on December 13thand will be provided free of charge by NCSC and distributed by SAFE ShoppingCenters.
For more information, please visit: www.ncscnordic.org
Direct download link.
“We aim to provide and ensure the highest level of safety and security for our staff, tenants, visitors and our shopping centers. To achieve this, we are actively endorsing collaboration for security in the industry and between stakeholders.” – Per Sandberg, Head of Group Security, Citycon
“NCSC are working actively to support the shopping center industry with initiatives for a safer shopping center from both a visitor, staff and investment perspective. Since 2016 the Nordic Security Network is an important collaboration platform for the industry to share experience and gain knowledge about developments within the security field. We hope that this guide will be a useful tool which will help shopping center operators in their safety work.” – Marika Wærn, Managing Director, NCSC
Managing Director, Nordic Council of Shopping Centers
Senior Advisor, SAFE ShoppingCenters
Communications Manager Sweden, Citycon
NCSC, Nordic Council of Shopping Centers, is the association for the shopping center industry in the Nordic countries. The aim is to continuously develop the Nordic shopping center market and strengthen the industry's status as a professional and strong player in the community. Our 1 200 members encompasses all sides of the industry, from developers to tenants and suppliers as well as city planners.