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DHS Awarded Safety Act Designation to Centerra Group

The Department of Homeland Security’s SAFETY Act designation — which provides important legal liability protections for providers of qualified countererrorism Technologies – has been awarded to Centerra Group, LLC, a global government and critical infrastructure services company.

The goal of the SAFETY Act is to encourage the development and deployment of effective anti-terrorism products or services by providing liability protections.

Centerra said the following services fall under Centerra’s designation and apply to nearly a dozen federal departments and agencies:

  • Armed and Unarmed Guard Services  –  provides the personnel, training, equipment and  supervision for a uniformed guard services to accomplish comprehensive physical security services;
  • Specialized Security Forces – provides a force of specially trained personnel comprised of special police officers and support staff. These teams are specially selected and trained in weaponry, equipment, and counter-terrorism tactics to respond to and neutralize an opposing force of dedicated adversaries; and
  • Fire protection and emergency response services – provides personnel trained to respond, manage, contain, control, and  mitigate fire emergencies, including those occurring from weapons of mass destruction incidents.

“We are honored to receive the SAFETY Act designation,” said Centerra President & CEO Paul Donahue. “Centerra strives to provide the world’s best bundled secure facility management services to all criticalinfrastructure projects, and this recognition further validates our dedication to ensuring the highest level of security while providing our clientele with an additional level of confidence and liability protection when faced with security and safety risks that are considered a strategic threat.”

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