Our procedures are designed to ensure that candidates and suppliers undergo a thorough evaluation before being selected to work with our organization. We place great importance on selecting individuals and companies with a strong professional background and a commitment to upholding our values and conduct standards.
Our selection procedures involve a comprehensive assessment of qualifications, experience, and references. We conduct extensive background checks to verify the integrity and reputation of potential candidates and suppliers. This includes reviewing professional licenses, certifications, and any relevant legal or regulatory records.
Additionally, we prioritize due diligence in assessing the ethical and compliance track record of candidates and suppliers. This involves evaluating their adherence to applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards, as well as their commitment to human rights, environmental sustainability, and social responsibility.
Transparency and fairness are key principles throughout our selection process, ensuring equal opportunities for all candidates and suppliers. Our aim is to build a trusted network of partners who share our commitment to ethical business practices and contribute to the success and reputation of AP Global.
AP Global places utmost importance on the training of its personnel in line with relevant laws and regulations. Training is a key element in ensuring that personnel are adequately prepared, aware, and competent in delivering security services in accordance with applicable legal and regulatory standards.
AP Global’s personnel training covers all these key aspects to ensure that personnel are adequately prepared and aware of the responsibilities and obligations associated with the execution of security services. This contributes to promoting professional, responsible, and human rights-respecting behavior during the execution of activities.
All personnel are trained in the following areas:
A. Fundamental rights, personal protection, and procedural law;
B. Use of physical force and proportionate intervention;
C. Use of weapons for interventions in situations of legitimate defense or necessity;
D. Dealing with individuals who resist or are inclined to violence;
E. Assessment of health risks inherent in the use of force;
F. First aid in complex environments;
G. Conflict management;
H. Behavioral rules to prevent corruption.