The FSI model focuses on delivering value for clients. This is achieved by the provision of a properly trained, well motivated work force. This stands in stark contrast to the vast majority of manpower companies who recruit from the Asian Sub Continent, whose corrupt practices result in a workforce that is not fit for purpose and is significantly more expensive for the client in the medium and long term. Put simply, ethical recruitment makes good business sense. In addition to provision of ethically sourced manpower, FSI offers guard force auditing, training (at the Governmental, corporate and individual level), and security consultancy.
The FSI Foundation is the charitable arm of FSI and is committed to helping victims of human trafficking. The Foundation supports education projects in Nepal and provides much needed help to destitute and injured former Gurkha soldiers and their families. FSI also has a UK registered charity, Freedom Matters, which focuses on rescuing and rehabilitating trafficked children.