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Octavian Security to train motor home owners for guarding special locations

Published on 15 July, 2010

Octavian Security calls for motor home owners to enrol for providing security to events
The security roles require the security team to live on-site 24 hours a day to ensure total event security
The UK's leading outside broadcast security company, Octavian Security, is looking for motor home owners to guard film sets and TV outside broadcasts for the likes of the BBC and others.

In addition to looking after some of the most exciting sporting and TV events on the calendar and being able to meet celebrities, Octavian Security is even offering successful applicants free training.

The security roles are ad hoc and require the security team to live on-site 24 hours a day to ensure total event security, which is why they are mostly undertaken by husband and wife teams with their own motor homes - combining business with pleasure.

Tony Mellor, Commercial Director of Octavian commented: "We have a great team of security professionals who happen to enjoy the caravanning life, but the growth of our Outside Broadcast Division means that we need even more!"

"Our officers are there to keep unwanted intruders out of restricted areas, guarding the production teams and their equipment. They also have the chance to watch the sporting events, see TV programmes and films being made, and even sometimes meet the stars."

Octavian provides security for innumerable high profile events, such as the Boat Race, Royal Ascot, Springwatch and the Glastonbury Festival and is the sole provider of outside broadcast security services to the BBC. Anyone interested in taking up a role with Octavian should call +44 (0) 870 012 3999, and ask for its Outside Broadcast Division.

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