Security Management system

Management system for private security operations

Management system for private security operations 


We are glad to announce our new package for the private security operations, which includes 3 international standards as below:

ISO 18788 is a management system for private security operations

ANSI/ASIS PSC1.2012 is an American standard for the quality of private security company operations

ISO 9001 is a quality management system (QMS).

This package provides:

  • A management system framework for private security operations
  • The risk management framework for the conduct of security operations
  • Quality assurance and quality control for the security organizations.

We provide a management system framework by elaborating on the principles and requirements for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining, and improving the management of safety operations.

What is the benefits of the management system:

  • Protect your reputation and boost your operational success
  • Assures customers, governments, and communities
  • Demonstrates accountability to law and respect for human rights
  • Increases organizational productivity
  • Compliance with legal requirements and regulations
  • Commitment to human rights and fundamental freedom
  • Your organization can be a member of ICOCA (International cod of conduct association)

How the process works:

We follow the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle

The below steps are required to complete the process:

1- Gap analysis, 2- Documentation, 3- implementation, 4-internal audit, 5- Management review meeting, and Corrective actions

We are the first consultancy company in Iraq that provides consultancy services for private security operations companies. Our service can help your organization to get certificates from an internationally accredited certification body. You can become a member of ICOCA and get the International code of conduct for private security service.

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Partnership Agreement With PECB

We are glad to announce our partnership agreement with PECB.

About PECB;

PECB is a certification body which provides education and certification under ISO/IEC 17024 for individuals on a wide range of disciplines. As a global provider of training, examination, and certification services, PECB offers its expertise on multiple fields, including, but not limited to, Information Security, Privacy and Data Protection, Business Continuity, Quality and Service Management, Risk Management, Health and Safety, and Sustainability.  We help professionals show commitment and competence by providing them with valuable education, evaluation, and certification against internationally recognized standards. Our mission is to provide our clients with services that inspire trust, demonstrate competence, and benefit society as a whole. For further information about PECB’s principal objectives and activities, visit

This partnership helps Green Perennial to bring global and high standards training courses to the Iraq community. I believe this partnership brings a lot of value to local organizations and Green Perennial is well positioned to provide  professional ISO standards training courses to the local community with the highest quality. This partnership opens a new market to the global trainer, and together we can bring benefit and value to the community.

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Project HSE Plan

How our project HSE plan brings benefit to your organization?

The process starts with the preparation of the health, safety, and environmental plan for the specific project which is included as below:

Description of the project,

Roles and responsibilities,


Survey and inspection

Hazards and Risk assessment

Incidents management

Emergency response planning

Training program

Lifting and hoisting plan

Personal protective equipment requirements

Permit to work system

Chemicals and hazardous material management

Waste management

Our HSE experts help you with the implementation of the plan on site.

This service helps contractors to operate safely with full compliance with international standards.

Proper HSE planning for the project and implementation of the plan demonstrate the proactive HSE management system. A safe system of work reduces the risk of incidents and improves operational efficiency.

The proactive HSE system saves costs and improves the business reputation.

What makes us different:

This service designed for the projects.

You can get the benefit from certified HSE experts.

It saves time and costs for hiring full-time HSE employee.

We support your projects, and we complied with your client’s HSE requirements.

Integrity and unconditional support is our core value.

Our HSE experts support your project. Contact us for more info:


Recommendation about masks and COVID-19

Reference: WHO website

Masks can control transmission of virus and saved life. The use of masks alone is not sufficient for protection against COVID19. We should also maintain a minimum physical distance of at least 1 metre from others, frequently clean your hands and avoid touching your face and mask.

Type of masks

Medical masks (also known as surgical masks)

These are made from a minimum of three layers of synthetic nonwoven materials, and configured to have filtration layers sandwiched in the middle. These masks are available in different thicknesses, have various levels of fluid-resistance and two levels of filtration. These medical masks reduce the respiratory droplets from the wearer to others and to the environment. They also prevent transmission of the virus from others to the wearer.

Medical masks can protect people wearing the mask from getting infected, as well as can prevent those who have symptoms from spreading them. WHO recommends the following groups use medical masks.

  • Health workers
  • Anyone with symptoms suggestive of COVID-19, including people with mild symptoms 
  • People caring for suspect or confirmed cases of COVID-19 outside of health facilities

Medical masks are also recommended for these at-risk people, when they are in areas of widespread transmission and they cannot guarantee a distance of at least 1 metre from others:

  • People aged 60 or over
  • People of any age with underlying health conditions

When and how to use the masks

Respirators (also known as filtering facepiece respirators – FFP) and available at different performance levels such as FFP2, FFP3, N95, N99): these are specifically designed for healthcare workers who provide care to COVID-19 patients in settings and areas where aerosol generating procedures are undertaken. Healthcare workers should be fit tested before using a respirator to ensure that they are wearing the correct size.

Non-medical masks (also known as fabric masks, home-made masks, DIY masks) can act as a barrier to prevent the spread of the virus from the wearer to others.

They can be purchased commercially or handmade, and are generally not standardized like medical masks. There are numerous types of fabric masks, they should cover the nose, mouth, and chin and be secured with elastic loops or ties, include multiple layers, be washable and reusable.

Remember, the use of a fabric mask alone is not sufficient to provide an adequate level of protection. Maintain a minimum physical distance of at least 1 metre from others, frequently clean your hands and continue to avoid touching your face and the mask.

WHO will be referring to non-medical masks as fabric masks.

Non-medical, fabric masks are being used by many people in public areas, but there has been limited evidence on their effectiveness and WHO does not recommend their widespread use among the public for control of COVID-19. However, for areas of widespread transmission, with limited capacity for implementing control measures and especially in settings where physical distancing of at least 1 metre is not possible – such as on public transport, in shops or in other confined or crowded environments – WHO advises governments to encourage the general public to use non-medical fabric masks.

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How to stay in compliance with QHSE regulations required by the KRG Ministry of Natural Resources

Why is QHSE Compliance Important?

QHSE regulations are applicable to all sectors and business sizes from a small general trading company to a multi-national construction company.

To be included on the Approved Vendor List:

If you are a business owner and you want to participate in the KRG’s oil and gas tenders, your business must register in the Ministry of Natural Resources’ (MNR) Approved Vendor List (AVL). One of the most important and most time-consuming requirements for the registration in the MNR AVL is to demonstrate having implemented an approved Quality, Health, Safety, and Environmental (QHSE) management system.

To earn the benefits and savings of compliance:

Compliance with an internationally recognized Quality, Health, Safety, and Environmental management system provides significant returns to companies including safer operations, lower accident rates, healthier employees, and more efficient operations. Investment in a properly implemented QHSE system yields substantial returns over the life of the company.

What is the Scope of QHSE Compliance?

Before being included on the MNR AVL, companies must provide internationally recognized certification of compliance with ISO 9001:2015, ISO 45001:2018 and ISO 14001:2015.

Companies must demonstrate operational capability and consistent compliance with policies, procedures, and recording system requirements according to international standards to independent auditors – who must be, according to ISO rules, completely independent of the company being audited and of any consultants advising the company on ISO compliance.

The companies must be able to demonstrate to the auditor’s satisfaction that their QHSE management system is fully implemented in their day to day operations.

The QHSE management system shall demonstrate the following requirements:

  • Document control system is implemented,
  • Emergency equipment and response procedures are working properly and updated,
  • Employees are trained and have awareness of the QHSE management system,
  • The company has an approved incidents management system and that incidents are being recorded,
  • The waste management procedure is in the place and implemented,
  • Hazards and risks are assessed as needed are properly controlled,
  • The company has a QHSE manual,
  • Top management is engaged with the QHSE management system,
  • An appropriate personal protective equipment policy is implemented,
  • Employee training records are current and updated,
  • A safety driving policy is communicated to employees and vehicles are regularly inspected,
  • The company has medical management policy,
  • Safety procedures and meeting are consistently followed,
  • The organization has drugs and alcohol policy and the policy is communicated to the employees.

How to Become Compliant and Earn Certification?

Step 1: Identify an experienced employee or a private consulting company who can prepare the policies and procedures according to company’s actual operations in compliance with international standards.

Step 2: Train staff on the policies and procedures and ensure they are working and are followed regularly.

Step 3: Engage a properly credentialed, internationally recognized auditor to certify ISO compliance with the relevant standards.

Step 4: Create an account on the MNR portal page and upload the required documentation and certificates.

If your company would benefit from registration on the MNR AVL or from the improved operational efficiency and reduced operating costs that accrue to companies by implementing globally accepted best practices, we can help your organization efficiently get through steps to certification and final approval from Ministry of Natural Resources.