Trained Security Guards Ensure Your Business Success

Trained Security Guards Ensure Your Business Success

Trained Security Guards Ensure Your Business Success You know you need policies and procedures in place to protect your company’s assets, but too often business owners don’t know where to start in terms of which security issues need to be addressed or how.  How do you, as an owner, assess your level of security risk?  How do you get up to speed on security issues that may be negatively impacting your bottom line?  How do you know if the security changes you implement are even making a difference? We can help.  Hiring a professional security guard who is supervised and trained by an established and proven company such as United American Security can be an important first step to protecting your assets.  United American Security provides security guards and guard services for both long and short-term security needs, for large corporations as well as small businesses across 18 states.  We support the security needs of our 725 valued clients by providing them with top notch security guards, over 3,000 of them. Our security officers are professionally trained and prepared to handle your unique security needs whether we are working with you to protect commercial, industrial, governmental and institutional assets.  UAS provides protection for the warehousing, distribution, transportation, manufacturing, petrochemical, corporate, distilling industries across the United States. Our track record speaks for itself.  Our clients know that UAS is committed to hiring only the best.  Why?  Because we know that high-quality security guards save you money as a business owner.  Our security guards protect your building, your employees, your equipment, even your cash on hand – all assets that can...

Protect Your Business Assets

Protecting your assets is a key concern if you own a business.  As a business owner, you make decisions everyday that affect your bottom line, including how to keep safe what is important to your continued success.  What is an ideal security plan for your business? Protect Your Business Assets: Analyze Needs This may seem like a daunting question, but a thorough analysis of your current assets and who has access to them is a good place to start.  Your assets include your facility, of course, but can also include customer data, merchandise and equipment. And access is not just from the obvious sources, your employees.  You should also consider property managers, cleaning crews, other companies’ employees if you share space, and vendors.  They all have contact with you and the assets you need to protect to stay in business.  A security plan needs to consider all of these variables to be effective. Once you have done that analysis, then you can work with an outside security firm such as United American Security to balance your risks and your budget.  Here are some key considerations: What are your physical security needs?  Of course you will consider upgrading the locks on any doors and windows.  But, depending on your office size and physical layout, you might consider a video surveillance system or motion sensors to trigger targeted lighting. Your business might also benefit from environmental hazard detection if you work with sensitive materials. What are your IT security requirements? Security experts can help you secure your Wi-Fi connection as well as install an intrusion detection system if appropriate. What kind of...

United American Security Provides Superior Services

United American Security Provides Superior Services United American Security provides superior services to you and your employees by protecting your assets. While there are numerous companies you can choose to address short or long term security needs, United American Security offers the best combination of price and service.  You will certainly find other companies that promise to handle those needs, but we guarantee that you won’t find a company that out-performs or out-delivers United American Security. Why is United American Security the Best? How can we make that claim?  First of all, consider our history.  United American Security was incorporated in 2010 by combining three top tier companies which had extensive experience in the security business: Eagle Security, Industrial Security Service, LLC, and Leonard Security Services. This corporate consolidation meant that United American  Security could meet a wide variety of client needs by employing over 3,000 security professionals.  Currently we serve clients throughout the U.S. with regional offices located in these key areas: Midwest Headquarters (Cleveland): (216) 898-9970 Mid-Atlantic Headquarters (Virginia Beach): (757) 495-0145 Florida Headquarters (Tampa): (727) 873-7993 Texas Headquarters (Houston): (281) 664-1297 Secondly, consider the training our security professionals receive.  We don’t put anyone in uniform who has not been professionally trained and prepared to handle your unique security needs.  Many of our officers are well-trained in crisis and emergency management. Whenever the situation demands, our officers are up to the task, and they put themselves on the line to ensure you and your property are safe & sound. We tailor our training to the specific needs of your business.  Currently operating in eighteen states, United American Security’s security guards and officers...

UAS Quarterly Safety Training: Defensive Driving

Over the next couple of months, the UAS management/ training team will be conducting the Defensive Driving training for all of our enforcement officers throughout the Midwest region.  At UAS, we believe that well trained and safety conscious security officers provide better service and support to our clients. This is why we provide our security staff with the resources and training necessary to address evolving site requirements and procedures as well as prepare them for emergencies that may arise. We all have a responsibility to perform activities deemed prudent and realistic, with the goal of offering as safe a  workplace as possible, while continuing to deliver the essential products and services. Improper driving is the most common cause of accidents • Unsafe acts account for more than 90% of all...

New Training Update~ First Aid/ CPR

Thursday October 7, 2010 Industrial Security Service 4525 W 160 Street Cleveland, OH 44135 8:30am– 2:00pm Lunch will be provided In our continuing effort to assist companies with operational excellence, Industrial Security Service, Inc will be hosting a FREE First Aid/ CPR Training.  Course Topics: 1st Aid Injury Assessment Illness Assessment Bleeding Control Fractures Sprains Strains Seizures Heat/Cold Emergencies Poisoning Treatment of Burns Shock Management CPR Primary Assessment Rescue Breathing Obstructed Airway Demonstrate CPR Skills on Mannequins Correct Usage of the New CPR Masks To Register, Fax to: (216) 898-9979 Attn: Jennifer Taylor Or email:...

Employee Theft: 5 Things You Need to Know

Theft and fraud cost companies millions each year. How to prevent your employees from walking off with office supplies, merchandise, trade secrets, and even cold hard cash. If you’re not worried about the potential for employee theft and fraud in your small business, perhaps you should be. According to a 2008 report by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the median loss by businesses with less than 100 employees was $200,000 per incident. And if that weren’t bad enough, the problem only grows in a weak economy. “Employee theft always gets worse in bad economic times,” says Timothy Dimoff, founder and president of SACS Consulting & Investigative Services in Akron, Ohio. “Some employees may steal more to survive, but often the larger reason is that they steal because they feel a sense of entitlement to make up for a lack of compensation they believe they should be receiving.” Some steal cash or data; others lift items that fit into their handbags or briefcases, such as office supplies, gadgets and USB drives. How can you protect your company? Here are five essential tips for entrepreneurs. Employee Theft: 5 Things You Need to Know – AOL Small Business Don’t miss out! Free Seminar event. June 23rd, 2010 Holiday Inn Strongsville, OH Workplace Theft: Are Employees Biting The Hand That Feeds Them? & Social Networking: Policies, Procedures and Pitfalls. Space is Limited…Sign Up Today! To Register, email me at:...
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