Midwest Moving and Storage is IOMI® trained in Homeland Security for Office Moves. Consider the risk to your secrets and intellectual property.
The attacks of 9/11 and criminal activities hammer home the vulnerability of office buildings. Homeland Security for Office Moves takes a first-responder’s approach to preparing moving companies torecognize the warning signs of criminal and terrorist activitiesinvolving office buildings.
Homeland Security for Office Moves takes a first-responder’s approach to preparing moving companies to recognize the warning signs of criminal and terrorist activities involving office buildings.
What happens to the boxes of citizen information, proposals and designs? How is access to computers, workstations, and memory devices being monitored? Look for a company that has the equipment that will not require you to pack and unpack. Ask about Spider Cranes and Space Gobblers. Make sure computers and data equipment are packed in locked numbered boxes.
“Movers that make protecting the buildings they work in a priority become trusted partners of the building managers,” said Ed Katz, head of the International Office Moving Institute (IOMI®). “Not only is everyone safer, protecting office buildings generates referrals.”