Ability to operate in an emergency or threat situation is like a vaccination fighting a disease. Knowledge and know- how is an empowering tool. Once we understand what is happening to us physically and psychologically, we can handle enormous amount of
stress. Threat proofing is the word that we use in this. It is not just “training”, it’s a cognitive personal development process by which we can assess, decide and act on different situations.

Threat proofing

Threat proofing is the term for our training and education. In executive protection the first layer of security is our ability and know- how in situational awareness and on what to do in given circumstances. Threat proofing is also a myth-breaking process. For example, kidnappers will have a hard day at work with people who understand how they operate. Violent encounters are avoided when you understand what is happening around you. You can even choose a personal trainer with ability to not only help you stay fit but to teach you at the same time how to defend yourself.

CSD Personal Touch – Be Your Own Bodyguard Program


Once you really don`t have the time to put yourself into a certain schedule, but you still want to train, the CSD Personal Touch is the best option for you. Our professional sports and martial arts coaches will create both physical and mental training program for you and personally and via remote training platform help you stay fit and focused. The added value is the CSD Personal Touch safety and security training that helps you to handle emergency situations as well.


You will have access to your personal coach with face-2-face sessions as well as online training material you can complete on your own and get feed-back from the coach. The process is straight forward.


CSD Safety Day – Security update Training for organizations

We have developed a training set up that takes 6h to complete and can serve up to 80 participants at one take. The Safety Day as we named it is put together from four key elements of personal and organizational safety and security. The difference is in our training methods: constructive cognitivism makes all of us better at what we do in shorter time.

We can be compliant, or we can be both compliant and effective in safety at work training programs. Whether we are dealing with face-2-face customer service or it is our work to travel for work a lot, the key elements of the needed abilities are the same. The key here is to look at the development of the people’s skills rather than having the administrative “checkmark- on- the- box”. The most valuable thing is the people’s time and we thrive to use it effectively.

Let us help you to create a safety at work program that you can measure!