Unitop Group
Unitop Group

Our Policies

Security Policy

UNITOP has it as a policy and function to manage security affairs as an integral part of its overall HSE program and indeed part of the company’s business so as to minimize the number of security related incidents for all staff, clients and third party personnel involved in her operations.


To ensure the implementation of this policy, the company shall engage adequate number of trained security personnel.  The company shall engage a chief security officer (CSO) as middle management personnel who would organize, co-ordinate and implement all the company’s security ideals and programs.  All incidents shall be reported to client and the police.


At project locations, local security men shall be used to protect the company’s equipment and facilities in a bid to forge good rapport between the company and host community. Essential work gadgets such as mobile radios, torches, uniforms, Rain-coats, shall be provided to enhance their services.


Security policy must be reviewed in site/management HSE meetings.  Security training/drills shall be conducted for increased security awareness.


The chief security officer (reports to the HSE manager) shall be the focal point and act in concert with relevant departments in the realization of set security objectives and targets.  He shall develop database for enhanced management of security.