EISF produces briefing papers, guidelines and practical tools on security management, targeted to issues identified by the membership.
Below (forthcoming) is an outline of completed, ongoing and future projects. EISF welcomes contributions from security professionals, academics and field staff to our projects. To participate in an EISF project, or to contact the Researcher, click here.
Completed EISF projects can be found in the library under EISF publications.
Personal Security for Humanitarian Staff
20 May 2013
Wellingborough, near London, United Kingdom
Clarity's courses aim to equip Humanitarian Staff with skills to both prevent and respond to the most prevalent security threats they face in the c...
Foundations of Staff Welfare and Critical Incidents
20 May 2013
Humanitarian work is inherently stressful. Staff are often working in insecure environments where they can be affected by critical incidents. When ...
Security Guard Training Level 1
21 May 2013
Safety and security are essential considerations at every level of an organisation to keep people and worksites safe on a day-to-day basis as well ...