Jan 19, 2018

Vesper Group has become the second non-British security company to be approved as member in Security in Complex Environments Group, SCEG.

The Special Interest Group SCEG gathers companies that are well regulated, compliant and have embraced international security standards with human rights issues at the core of their business models.

– Vesper Group in Sweden is a highly credible, fully compliant private security company with accredited certification for international security standards and a firm commitment to operate in a responsible and ethical manner.  Vesper Group have recently been accepted as member of the Security in Complex Environments Group and this reflects the excellent reputation of this group and its determination to contribute to the raising of international standards for the private security sector. Vesper Group will bring an interesting Nordic perspective to the discussion within SCEG and the SCEG Executive Committee  looks forward to that engagement, says Brigadier Paul Gibson, Director SCEG.

To become an approved member of SCEG, Vesper’s personal safety work has been reviewed both at a strategic and operational level.  Also, Vesper’s work to embrace and comply in accordance with international standards such as PSC1/ISO18788 and certification by International Code of Conduct Association, ICoCA, has been inspected before the membership was approved in January 2018.

– We are proud to have our work internationally acknowledged and that we have earned an invitation to join membership in SCEG alongside some of the worlds’ top security companies, says Erik Lewin, CEO at Vesper Group.