Door Supervision for Bars, Events & Hospitality


We provide regular and adhoc Door Supervisors to a variety of venues to assist with crowd management, enforcing access control policies whilst adhering to Covid-19 compliance.  

Our SIA licensed Door Supervision service provides peace of mind to our valued clients whilst representing their premises, enhancing crowd safety and access control. Whilst engaging with the night-time economy operators, our uniformed door staff are identifiable and equipped with Body Worn Video (BWV) Cameras.  The BWV Camera is an essential tool for protecting the modern door supervisor, whilst also meeting licensing objectives. Both our male and female door supervisors are presentable, approachable, reactive and customer-focused to enhance the safety of customers and staff at a variety of licensed premises.

We are recognised by numerous Police Forces, Local Authorities, and the Security Industry Authority for working towards reducing anti-social behaviour, crime and disorder in and around licensed premises. We continuously endeavour to meet the ever-changing requirements and needs of our clients.

Our door supervisors are compliant with the law in relation to the specifics of duties required, including searching, capacity management and licensing criteria. Many hold current first aid accreditations, with some individuals additionally trained and equipped with handcuffs.

At some venues and events, we operate with covert male and female door supervisors and we provide substance detection dogs specifically to meet requirements.

We offer competitive rates and have extensive resources to guarantee your requirements are fulfilled to the highest standards. Right Guard Security is an ACS approved contractor for Door Supervision services.

CONTACT US TO SEE HOW WE CAN HELP YOU


On-going training and continued professional development are provided by our sister company Mission Training.

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