SECURITY GUARD TRAINING AND SAFETY TIPS
The Best Way To Get ...
KNOWLEDGE TO PASS THE TEST
PREPARATION for CERTIFICATION for EMPLOYMENT to SUCCESS
IS EVERYTHING SAFE AND SECURE IN YOUR HOME?
HAVE YOU CHANGED THE BATTERIES IN YOUR SMOKE DETECTOR?
IS YOUR POOL SAFE?
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO USE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER?
DID YOU LOCK YOUR DOORS AND CLOSE THE GARAGE?
ARE YOUR FIREARMS SECURED AWAY FROM CHILDREN?
DO NOT EVER OPERATE A PORTABLE GENERATOR INSIDE!
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This website has been created to share information on the security guards required qualifications and safety training, along with the knowledge to pass the curriculum. It will educate, inspire, and be informative about different subjects and solutions involving security guard training and safety awareness. As part of their action plan, future security personnel can reference this website to gain general knowledge for the security guard certification course and license. It is included with Safety tips for all to Stay Safe. Training to Empower People!
Knowledge is Power for All
SECURITY GUARD TRAINING
DO YOU WANT TO LEARN?
TAKE A SEAT AND PREPARE FOR YOUR FUTURE
GENERAL SECURITY KNOWLEDGE
JumpStart your security guard training and knowledge of safety tips with this website. This website can be considered a guide on the security guard training platform and will have the information needed to pass a general knowledge state test for security guard certification. It will be easy to read and retain. There are also safety tips for all to be safe and stories from behind the shield. Enjoy!
This website will serve as a training option and solution for gaining knowledge for those who want to become a security officer or security guard. This website will be a refresher for those guards who are already in the field. This security guard course of study will allow future students to prepare for their State Security Course. This material will give you insight into what to expect when you take the class to get your certification. It will help with confidence and start an action plan to allow one to study and practice the qualifications they will need to secure meaningful work as a Professional Security officer.
The Role of a Security Officer is vast. Knowledge of policies and procedures will help the officer better understand the everyday workings of a location with hired security. Good working knowledge of the EPP. (Emergency Preparedness Plan) will allow you to negate as much risk as possible to yourself and your Client.
Prevention is the Key to Security
Prevention, Prevention, Prevention
Fire Safety and Prevention
Understanding the basic elements of fire will allow you to prevent fires from starting and be prepared to suppress a fire if you had to. Having an action plan when a fire starts can save a life. Time is of the essence to detect, report, and evacuate. Remember, Life trumps Property. There are three types of fire we will encounter the most:
A Fire= wood, paper,cloth, rubbish, and trash.
B Fire= flammable liquids, gasoline, oils,grease.
C Fire= Electrical, having a current
Three elements of fire are Oxygen, Fuel, and Heat
Take one element away, No Fire
HAVE A PLAN
PREPARE TO EVACUATE
PREPARE TO SHELTER IN PLACE
Training is the Equalizer
Get trained, and give yourself or someone else a chance to go home to their families. When we truthfully train for the time when the "crap hits the fan", the fear will not stop our vigilance because the training will take over.
PULL THE PIN
AIM THE HOSE
SQUEEZE THE HANDLE
SWEEP AT THE BASE OF THE FIRE
Did you know...
911 is used to call the Police, Fire, and Medical Personnel in the U.S., Mexico, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the U.S.Virgin Islands
999 in the United Kingdom
112 European Union
110 in Germany (Police emergency)
119 Jamaica Police/ 110 Medical
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"There is always light. If only we we're brave enough to see it. If only we're brave enough to be it"
"Don't sit down and wait for the opportunities to come.
Get up and make them"
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"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the COURAGE TO CONTINUE that counts"