THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF SECURITY
Possible approach for standard operating procedures development for intelligent security systems functioning
- 1 Institute of Metal Science Equipment and Technologies with Hydro- and Aerodynamics Centre “Acad. A Balevski” at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Standard Operating Procedures are a common guide to the organization’s activities. Their development and use are an integral part of a successful management system of an organization, as it provides staff with information on the proper per formance of a job and facilitates consistency in achieving the desired end result.
Standard Operating Procedures describe the exact steps needed to perform the organization’s security tasks and are important both for maintaining the level of competence of the staff performing a particular job and for training new employees. To reduce errors within organisation in terms of security-related activities and the mission-critical processes is the basis of this paper.
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