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My boss has just been told has to has a Back room staff SIA licence?

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I work security.


that bits simple



My boss who is the Facilities manager has just been told as they supervise security staff they must have a Non-front line licence.


The lay out of the companies involved is below.


the Building owner appointed a property management company.


That company breaks into 2 sub companies


One side property management, the other, people who work at the buildings like Facilities managers.


the property side appoints its preferred security contractor


who then supplies the officers



My onsite boss, the Facilities manager who is a direct employee of the client company (not a contractor/agency) has been told they can no longer talk to me about building matters or security until they get a Non-front line licence.







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the directors of the FM company would need to hold a licence, if they do then there should be no need for you boss to do so. If they dont then the above is technically correct. I'm not sure the directors of the company can avoid their responsibilities by getting a licence for Building Manager and not having one themselves though as they are still "controlling" security staff.

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