Consultancy & Services
ISO 9001 : 2008

Quality Policy

CISF is committed to provide quality Consultancy Services in the fields of Security and Fire Protection through its team of professional and qualified personnel. The focus shall be towards enhancement of customer satisfaction though continual improvement of established management systems

Quality Objectives

CISF shall strive to achieve its policy through:
  • Up gradation of its services in line with threat perception and ever changing customer needs
  • Responding to clients needs in shortest possible time
  • Providing training to the empanelled officers of the wing as per schedule
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Introduction

For scientific designing of security, Indian businesses now have a unique opportunity by way of the Security Consultancy Services being offered by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). Over the years, CISF has developed an extensive resource base that provides an array of credible security options while tailoring a security system best suited to the requirements of an establishment. Most importantly, CISF offers time-tested security solutions bolstered by modern technology alternatives developed by their vibrant R & D Cell.

With liberalization and opening up of key sectors of the economy to the private industries, the government realized that in the days to come the Private Sector would acquire greater strategic importance in the national economy. There would be a concomitant enhancement in the threats posed to private businesses that would require matching security initiatives. Consequently, in 1999, by an amendment in the CISF Act, Parliament mandated CISF to offer its Security Consultancy Services to establishments in Private Sector.

On 7th December 2001, the then Hon’ble Dy. Prime Minister, Shri L K Advani, formally launched the Consultancy Services of CISF in New Delhi and the R&D and Consultancy Cell was formed in CISF HQrs. In June 2002, this Cell was awarded the ISO 9001-2000 certification for its quality services.  This certificate has been upgraded to ISO 9001-2008 in the year 2010.

Consultancy Services Offered by CISF

CISF now offers a highly professional option to the private businesses to design their security based on the vast experience of CISF in diverse industrial environments across the country for more than three decades. CISF offers its clients complete security solutions, which includes: -
  • Threat Perception & Risk analysis
  • Access Control & Perimeter protection
  • Assessment of Manpower requirements
  • Security systems applications
  • Security & Fire Audit
  • Document security
  • Procedures for material Security.
  • Internal intelligence.
  • Fire protection measures
  • Crisis management schemes
  • Executive Protection.
  • Crowd control and management procedures
  • Training in security & fire protection matters to the officers and men of the organization & Security Wing

Consultancy Fee Structure

Consultancy fees charged by CISF are approved by Ministry of Home affairs from time to time for a period of two years. Fee Structure effective from 07th March, 2015. Service Tax on Consultancy Fee in addition is also payable at applicable rates.

Category

Security Consultancy Alone

Fire Consultancy Alone

Fire Consultancy in addition to the Security Consultancy

Large

12,75,000/-

7,25,000/-

3,50,000/-

Medium

7,25,000/-

4,00,000/-

2,25,000/-

Small

4,00,000/-

2,50,000/-

1,50,000/-

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Methodologies

  • Threat perception and Risk analysis is done keeping in mind the background of the area and the local law and order situation. Both external and internal threats are taken into account to draw analysis. Help of local police and other Govt agencies, if required, are taken.

  • Security & Fire audit is carried out on existing methods, procedures and practices of security & fire protection. Productivity of existing system is evaluated and loopholes will be brought out clearly.

  • Audit is carried out with the help of exhaustive checklists and on the spot inspections apart from interactive analysis.

  • Gadgetry are suggested based on the requirement and their integration to the extent required are suggested.

  • Manpower requirement for both security & Fire protection is estimated and their duties are well defined. This manpower is arrived at based on the principle of optimum mix of men and machine without loosing the sight on financial implications.

  • Crisis management schemes are designed based on the requirement and the drill to be followed while drafting.

  • Threat perception with regard to internal theft of spares and raw material are also given due attention.

  • All the measures required to strengthen the existing system are suggested. It involves not only physical protection measures but also document security, prevention of leakage of the valuable information and inventory movement.

  • Procedures on material and finished product movement are also streamlined.

  • Deployment of manpower and pattern of deployment along with their duties and responsibilities are worked out. Guard monitoring plan is also a part of the report. Operating procedures for various duty points are suggested wherever required.

  • All the existing gadgetry is evaluated and improvements needed along with the new gadgets & their integration are suggested

  • An internal audit procedure for evaluating the security systems is developed. This includes exhaustive checklists and analytical formats

  • An internal intelligence collection system is suggested wherever required after evaluating the existing systems and activities of various groups working at the establishment.

  • Existing security aspects involving cash movement, raw material & finished product movements is evaluated and suitable methods and procedures suggested to strengthen the system

  • Other security aspects, which need to be emphasized, depend on the threat perception and risk analysis.

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Our Client Profile

Government Sector – 55

Public Sector Undertaking – 23

Pvt. Sector – 62

Security Consultancy – 42

Fire Consultancy -15

Security and Fire consultancy – 83

 

S.No

Name

Year

1

VSNL Calcutta

1999

2

TTPP Tanda

2000

3

DFID, India British High Commission

4

Inland Container Depot, Tughlakabad, New Delhi

5

Sir Shadilal Sugar Mills, Muzaffarnagar, UP

6

IIT Kharagpur

7

UP Secretariat

8

Delhi Metro Rail Corp

9

Andhra Pradesh Assembly & secretariat, Hyderabad

10

Passport Offices

11

NICFS Rohini

12

Mining Activities at Meghalaya, Uranium Corp of India Ltd

2001

13

IPA Paradip Port trust

14

ONGC Nagaland

15

Indian Embassy Kathmandu

16

IDRBT

2002

17

Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd

18

Udaipur Municipal Council

19

NSG HQrs, New Delhi

20

GMR (Corporate Infrastructure Ltd)

21

Tirumala Tirupati & Devasthanam (AP)

22

Institute of Applied Manpower Research, Narela, Delhi

2003

23

Panacea Biotech Ltd

24

Hero Honda Motors Dharuhera

25

Karnataka Assembly, Bangalore

26

Indian Agricultural Research Institute New Delhi

27

Star Paper Mills Saharanpur

28

ICICI Bank Ltd, New Delhi

29

Nizam’s Jewellery, Hyderabad

2004

30

Shree Cement ltd Beawar, Ajmer

31

Shriram Rayon, Kota

32

Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkatta

33

LNG Petronet Ltd Dahej

34

Uttam Galva Steel Ltd Raigarh

35

Indian Museum Kolkatta

36

SEBI HQrs Mumbai

37

TISCO ltd

2005

38

Orissa Mining Corporation Ltd

39

Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corp.

40

HIL Kerala

41

NBRI Lucknow

42

Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkatta (Fire)

43

International Tractors Limited, Hoshiarpur

2006

44

Cabinet Secretariat, N Delhi

45

Usha Breco Ltd, Haridwar

46

Sanghi Industries Ltd

47

Electronics City Bangalore

48

Durgapur Projects Limited

49

NIT Tiruchirappali

50

IDRBT

51

NTPC LTD Noida

52

OPGCL Bhubneshwar

53

NEIGRIHMS Shillong

2007

54

Banasthali Vidyapith Jaipur

55

Reliance Refinery Jamnagar

56

Infosys Bangalore

57

Golflink Business Park, Bangalore

58

Reliance Energy Limited, Mumbai

59

IIT Madras, Chennai

2008

60

Karnataka State Bhawans

61

BSL Bokaro

62

LBS Academy of Administration, Mussorrie

63

UTI AMC, Mumbai

64

Ultra Tech Cement Limited- Hirmi

2009

65

ITPO Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

66

Anand Campus Gujarat State

2010

67

Torrent Pharmaceuticals Mehsana

68

Krishna Bhagya Jala Nigam Ltd

69

Madhya Pradesh Bhawan

70

IDBI Tower, Cuffe Parade – Mumbai

71

IDBI Bank, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai

72

ISSCO Burnpur – Fire Project

73

IRDA, Hyderabad

74

CtrlS Data Center, Mumbai

75

Allahabad High Court & Its Bench at Lucknow

76

ESI Hospital, New Delhi

2011

77

Indiabulls Sinnar Thermal Power Project, Nasik

78

Indiabulls Amravati Thermal Power Project, Amravati

79

Transpek Silox Industry Ltd. Vadodara

80

Manganese Ore Mines of MOIL Ltd

2012

81

Petronet-LNG- Terminal – Kochi

82

Tata power SED, Bangalore

83

VOC Port, Tuticorin

84

Hindalco Ind. Ltd. Renukoot, UP

85

Paithan Dam, Aurangabad (MH)

2013

86

Tata power SED, Mumbai

87

NMDC,ISP,Nagarnar,Bastar

88

Secure Meters,Ltd,Udaipur (Raj)
89
Water Treatment Plant, Bhandup Complex, Mumbai 2014

 

90
Indian Institute of Management, Indore
91 Bajaj Auto Ltd.
92 NRDA Raipur
93 Aditya Birla Group, Mumbai
94 Infosys Limited, Hyderabad
95 Infosys Limited, Mangalore
96 Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court
97 Hyderabad Race Club
98 Infosys Limited, Bangalore (Main Campus)
99 Infosys Limited, Bangalore (Satellite Buildings)
100 Infosys Limited, Pune (Phase-I)
101 Infosys Limited, Pune (Phase-II)
102 Infosys Limited, Mysuru
103 SVP, NPA, Hyderbad 2015
104 Mind Tree Ltd. Bangalore
105 Infosys Limited, Chennai (Campus-I)
106 Infosys Limited, Chennai (Shols Campus)
107 Infosys Limited, Bhuvaneshwar (Campus-I)
108 Infosys Limited, Bhuvaneshwar (Campus-II)
109 Infosys Limited, Jaipur
110 Infosys Limited, Chandigarh
111 Infosys Limited, Thiruanantpuram
112

HOD Building & Police HQr Building, NRDA, Naya Raipur 

113 Agro Irradiator, New Mumbai
114 AIIMS, New Delhi
115 Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune
116 NHPC Salal, Power Station, J&K
117 NHPC Uri-I,  Power Station, J&K
118 State Trading Corporation of India Ltd
119 DAIS Mumbai
120 Bihar Museum Patna
121 Sri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi
122 IIT Roorkee
123 NGMA Bengaluru
124 NGMA Mumbai
125 IGRMS, Bhopal
126 IIT Delhi 2016
127 NGMA New Delhi
128 HALDIA Petro Chemicals Ltd
129 IIT Patna
130 IIT Kharagpur
131 TATA STEEL Plant, Jamshedpur
132 Science City Kolkatta
133 JIPMER Puducherry
134 RBI Central Office, Mumbai
135 Central Jail, Bhopal
136 GPCC Gas based Power Project, Amreli, Gujarat
137 Narmada Clean Tech, Ankleshwar 2017
138 Mahalekha Niyantrak Bhawan, INA, New Delhi
139 Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
140 IIT Bhubaneswar

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Procedure for Obtaining Consultancy

 
  • Requisition letter to be sent to CISF HQrs addressed to the DIG/Tech for seeking Consultancy services
  • On receipt of the requisition introductory offer letter with Brochure is sent explaning the details of the consultancy activities undertaken
  • Precise data & requirements of client is requested
  • A preliminary visit is conducted for the sites where Consultancy is required
  • The consultancy fees is worked out as per prescribed norms and preliminary visit recommendations
  • Letter of Consultancy Fee offer is sent to the client.
  • The team is detailed from panel of pre-identified experts on receipt of fee in advance
  • The Consultancy team visits the site for audit and survey at a mutually agreeable date.
  • The Consultancy Team prepares draft recommendations and presents the same to the client.
  • Draft Consultancy Report is prepared after incorporating the views of the client.
  • Draft report submitted to Consultancy wing for review.
  • Report is critically examined at Consultancy Wing, FHQrs & corrections are made if any
  • Report is put up for perusal & approval of DG/CISF after finalisation.
  • Report is finally despatched to the client with a request for survey feedback
  • Review of feedback, if any received from client.
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Contact Us

Dy.Inspector General / Tech. Block No. 13, CGO Complex Lodhi Road New Delhi – 110003 Phone : 011-24362866 FAX : 011-24361202 E-Mail : rnd-consy@cisf.gov.in
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