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Huffmaster’s Security Consultants offer a variety of services to ensure your business is secured at a higher level.  Our investigators are knowledgeable and willing to help you with your security needs.  It is our desire to ensure your facility, your personnel and your assets are protected and that your organization continues to thrive in our economy.  Our security consultants are experts in various fields including work place violence, investigations, training, policy and procedures, security systems design, and government regulations, including CFATS, Food Defense, Water Treatment, CTPAT, MTSA and FCPA.

Security consulting is not just about implementing loss prevention mechanisms. It is about how physical and procedural security work together within your business. Each customer is different and treated as an individual when they contact Huffmaster. We believe that it is imperative to know our customers business processes, organizational structure and culture. This information will better serve Huffmaster in developing superior products for you. Our security consulting services include conducting risk, threat, vulnerability and physical security assessments; implementing security designs, policies and procedures; along with integrating the entire process.

Huffmaster’s approach is to design security solutions that work for our clients.  It is important for Huffmaster to know what our clients do and how they do it.  We pride ourselves on the fact that we insist on learning about an organization’s culture and how their employees work together and interface with management.   We cannot provide the proper recommendations unless we learn these concepts.  When we do recommend a security solution to a client, it has to be natural and one that everyone embraces and understands.

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