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Site Security & Asset Protection



Pioneer Protective Services Group can provide security solutions for all types of Industry, including the following fields:
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power & Energy
  • Mining & Resources
  • Engineering Projects
  • Defence & Science
  • Maritime Industry: Port & Offshore Facilities
  • Maritime Shipping



PPSG has vast experience in the above fields, with management and personnel having operated in challenging environments including Iraq, Afghanistan and Papua New Guinea.

Services include but are not limited to:
  • Pre project reconnaissance & intelligence reports.
  • Site security assessments.
  • Country and regional risk assessments.
  • Liaise with local authorities.
  • Pre – Deployment training for client personnel, including Hostile Environment Awareness Training).
  • Site security & Access control.
  • Staff screening & vetting.
  • Protective Security Details.
  • Investigations & Surveillance.
  • Convoy & Asset Protection.





With personnel recruited from the Thai Military and Police and extensive contacts with the security and government authorities of Thailand, PPSG has the capability to provide security services throughout Thailand and SE Asia.



For more information on how Pioneer Protective Services Group can assist & secure your organisation’s operations please go via the contact us page or email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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