We all are busy implementing current COVID19 responses for our companies and society. Events of certain size have been canceled following the decision by our federal council to ban large scale events.
Several other events we scheduled or displayed on our events' page, are currently postponed. Please visit our Events page to remain informed.
The new date for the Annual International SOS Conference are now available Geneva Tuesday, 27 October & Zurich Friday, 29 October
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New Chapter Officers elected during the 2019 AGM
During the last AGM, held in the Securitas Offices in Zürich, the election for new Board members took place. This election was required as most of the existing members have reached their "quota" of years of service as Board member or had to hand-over their duties for other reasons.
It is with great enthousiasm that the new boards members, together with the existing members who continue serving the chapter, have taken their role and are gearing up to develop a continued program through 2020 and onwards.
The roles have been democratically assigned to everyone and we are pleased to share the list of new officers' names and their roles through the Chapter Officers page.
from left to right : A.Ginnasi, E.Ammon, B.Caspar, F.Mauron, A.Capaul, JP.Therre, L.Constant, N.Karani-Freudiger
The "Young Professional" Award is back in 2020!
The security professions are fascinating. While the human factor remains essential, today’s security industry increasingly relies on state of the art technology and applied science. Therefore, it offers diversified and tremendously interesting perpectives to young professionals. Furthermore, in a globalised world, the role of private security in the public arena grows in importance calling for individuals and companies that have a sense of civil and social responsibility in addition to pure financial interests. These two reasons, amongst others, are strong grounds for our Chapter’s commitment to promoting the security profession amongst younger generations. In fast evolving economies, this is not only necessary to ensure the security of organisations but also of the society as a whole. More information can be found here
Is classic Crisis Communication in today’s media landscape still as impactful as it should be?
This was the question the speakers of two ASIS Switzerland Chapter’s events answered in Geneva and Zürich.