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CRS launches a new business centre in the heart of Baghdad
Consilium Risk Strategies [CRS] has become the first Private Security Company to open a fully equipped business centre in the heart of Baghdad - Iraq.
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Following the successful launch of its business centre in central Baghdad, CRS-Iraq now intend to open a second state of the art business and conference centre, complete with deluxe accommodation, in the same residential district of the city.
CTS announce strategic partnership with TUCOES s.a.l. For Consultancy & Training, the Lebanese based security provider
Consilium Training Services [CTS] - sister company to Consilium Risk Strategies [CRS], has just announced it has become a share holder of TUCOES s.a.l.For Consultancy & Training, the specialist security provider based in Beirut, Lebanon.
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Consilium Risk Strategies [CRS] is an international security advisory group based in the UK. We work on the ground in high-risk locations all over the world. Our services include security, business development and facilities management in conflict areas. CRS are also a leading specialist services provider to many Non-Governmental Organisations working predominantly in Africa and the Middle East. We also deliver training in partnership with local organisations and governments.
CRS develop cost-effective operational solutions to reduce risk, protect human capital and secure business investment. Downloadable PDF
Core Values, Corporate Social Responsibility & The CRS Foundation:
At CRS six core values underpin everything we do; how we work, who we employ and how we interact with clients are all guided by the same principles and are the foundation on which the company is built.
INTEGRITY - Adherence to moral and ethical principles, both at a corporate and personal level
TEAM - One team sharing the same goals and objectives; working well together
HEART - Able to demonsrate spirit, resolution and courage in everything we do
INNOVATION - Converting knowledge, experience and ideas into real benefits
EMPATHY - Listening and understanding to others feelings, attitudes and concerns and acting accordingly
PROFESSIONALISM - Demanding of the highest standards, never settling for second best and committed to setting the standard by which others are measured
These core values are also the driving force behind our Corporate Social Responsibility; why we actively support the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East [FRRME], and are currently in the process of establishing the CRS Foundation, which aims to support humanitarian projects in every country in which we operate.
The Montreux document
CRS is pleased to confirm that it welcomes and abides by the principles set out in the “Montreux Document on Pertinent International Legal Obligations and Good Practices for States related to Operations of Private Military and Security Companies during Armed Conflict"
Whilst the Montreux Document reaffirms the obligation on States to ensure that private military and security companies operating in armed conflicts comply with international humanitarian and human rights law, CRS have been actively working to the same guiding principles since its formation over six years ago.
The document is the product of an initiative launched cooperatively by the Swiss government and the International Committee of the Red Cross. It was developed with the participation of governmental experts from Afghanistan, Angola, Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Iraq, Poland, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, and the United States, in meetings convened in January and November 2006, November 2007, and April and September 2008. Representatives of civil society and of the private military and security industry were consulted.
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