DOOR SUPERVISORS DIVISION
PROFESSIONAL AND RELIABLE EVENT AND VENUE SECURITY
We at U.S.G. offer a professional security solution for any pub, bar, club or event. By using U.S.G. you will be receiving fully trained and SIA licensed Door Supervisors. With our competitive rates and high level of service you will be getting the best value for your money. With our large pool of staff we can secure any venue or event across the UK regardless of the size. By having over 30 years of experience in the security industry and having worked at all types of event and venue we can supply a service tailored to your needs.
Our SIA licensed door-staff are highly trained in weapon and drug detection and crowd control.
The true function of doorman/staff is to provide access control for a nightclub and screen those that enter. A doorman is the person who stands at the entrance and checks identification to ensure that each person meets the age requirements to legally enter the establishment and is dressed appropriately and is not impaired by alcohol or drugs.
The duty of our door supervisor is to monitor the crowd inside and outside the venue and to see that everyone behaves. Our goal is to see that everyone has a very safe and enjoyable time. Our door-staff are personable, friendly and are also able to talk to people without appearing too threatening or intimidating.
The mere presence of door-staff will remind the patron that their conduct is being scrutinised. Door supervisor will ‘manage’ the patrons inside your venue and will make sure no one becomes overly aggressive and spoils the mood. Anyone fighting or causing trouble will be ejected. Anyone selling, dealing or taking drugs will be handed over to the police or ejected. Our door supervisors will evenly and fairly enforce the rules of the venue if necessary.
The Door supervisor is the first person the Patron sees and sets the mood for the style and attitude of the club.
A few of our social scene clients:
REPUBLICA NIGHT CLUB
SCOTTISH & NEW CASTLE
The mere presence of Door supervisors will remind the Patron that their conduct is being scrutinised.