Basic Security Procedures
Security guards need to respond to changes in their environment, which includes actions such as traffic movement, ensuring the safety of persons between and within locations, monitoring and managing the access and departure of persons and vehicles and observing and monitoring people. Security guards need to be aware of the correct way to deal with these situations. The trainer provides his/her students with the knowledge and skills to assess the security of physical environments, to apply basic aspects of security in their roles and to assess the impact of drug use in the context of safety for oneself and others.
Compiled By: Continuous Training Solutions (CTS)
Duration: Approximately 3 hours
Presented By: J Murray
Jonathan delivers material to students in a hands-on, fully interactive, situational style of teaching. His approach is enjoyed by all, and students tend to respond favorably to his high levels of energy. Through years of on the job experience, Jonathan is often able to relay a message or a point more clearly with real life examples.