Corporate Safeguarding has launched PEMS® its new portfolio of safeguarding services to help better protect businesses and society at large

We are here to help organisations build stronger, safer communities and our experience tells us that businesses benefit if they are safeguarding aware and proactive.”

— Mark Bramah, Managing Director, Corporate Safeguarding

BASINGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM, September 29, 2018 / — Corporate Safeguarding ('CoS') announces the launch of PEMS®, the first complete safeguarding service for organisations, that helps to encourage and embed a robust safeguarding culture to benefit and better protect them and society at large.

PEMS® which represents Protection-Education-Management-Support, has been designed by a highly-experienced team of leading safeguarding experts including former senior police officers, investigators, social workers, educators and criminologists, alongside business, legal, forensics, human resources and public relations strategists. It comprises a range of services, systems, tools and support, that are designed to help business mitigate risk, ensure conformity, lead, drive growth and enhance their reputation, by responsibly and proactively improving the practise of safeguarding to help protect young and vulnerable adults in the workplace and the wider community.

Commenting on the launch of PEMS® Mark Bramah, Managing Director of Corporate Safeguarding, said: “We are delighted to be offering this unique complete safeguarding service to corporates. The goal of PEMS® is to help organisations build stronger, safer communities but also help them to defend value and create value for their own business and society. Our experience tells us that businesses benefit if they are safeguarding aware and proactive. Our PEMS® framework offers policies, procedures, education as well as ongoing support assistance delivered by safeguarding experts who can help every step of the way.”

What is Corporate Safeguarding?

Safeguarding is the process of protecting vulnerable people whether from crime or other forms of abuse. Abuse can take many forms including physical, sexual, psychological, discriminatory, financial or organisational.

Corporate Safeguarding means the prevention of maltreatment and abuse of (or by) young or vulnerable workers and other stakeholders including partners, interns, apprentices, volunteers, visitors to a company premises and third parties in its supply chain, or those working on company business or in the community who may have direct or indirect interaction with children or vulnerable adults.

Pauline Christie
Corporate Safeguarding
+44 (0)1256 316 525
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