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...

Fight Against Child Trafficking

As you read this…   …approximately 27 million people live as modern-day slaves – more than at any other time in human history. Millions of these victims are children as young as five who are forced to work as sexual slaves. But they can’t be rescued until we have aftercare facilities to care for them. Here’s where YOU come in… THE FACTS: The staggering truth: Every year, approximately 300,000 American children are at risk of becoming sold, forced or coerced into prostitution within the United States.  The average age is 12-14 years old. Every year, an estimated 100,000 children are victims of commercial child prostitution.  Everyday, countless American men pay money to have sex with American children.  Everyday, countless pimps commercially exploit American children by forcing or coercing them to sell their bodies on the street and on the Internet.  Everyday, American children are bought and sold for some man’s sexual gratification. What Is Human Trafficking? Forced Child & Adult Prostitution Girls as young as 5 years old are enslaved in brothels worldwide. They are sold by their families (often for less than $2,000.00), orphaned by AIDS, or kidnapped and then forced to have sex with many men each day. Adult women, looking for legitimate work, are instead kidnapped and locked in brothels. Sex traffickers use a variety of methods to “condition” their victims, including starvation, confinement, beatings, physical abuse, rape, gang rape, threats of violence to the victims and the victims’ families, forced drug use and the threat of shaming their victims by revealing their activities to their family and their families’ friends. These are not isolated events...

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:...

Don’t Gamble with Your Security!

Why Take A Chance With Your Security? Contract Security tailored to your various company and industry needs. Industrial Security Service is unique in the security industry by our commitment to the concept embodied by the ISO process. Our processes are defined, our people are trained and every aspect is reviewed to insure we deliver the best security guard service, exactly as specified, every day. ISS has the systems, processes and financial strength you expect coupled with the consistent management and close attention you deserve. Our guards and management staff are your neighbors and share your security concerns. We are aware of and sensitive to local vulnerabilities, issues and labor markets. It’s Time To Go With A Sure Bet! Call now for a security review and competitive comparison. The Best People. The Best Practices. The Best Guards www.BestGuards.com Call Jennifer Taylor [email protected] P: 1.800.873.3948 C:...

Aler Officer Stops Theft

Security Officer Joseph Cinquina was returning from an extensive internal patrol at a large manufacturing facility on December 26th, when he realized something just wasn’t right. With seven (7) years of experience at this plant located in a suburb of Cincinnati, he instinctively knew there was something missing. Upon investigating, Joe not only identified what was out of place, he spotted a would-be thief inside of the plant that he was protecting! Officer Cinquina followed Post Order instructions to the letter and immediately contacted 911 and local authorities, as well as a sequence of Client and I.S.S. management representatives. The police arrived in minutes and it was discovered that a number of valuable items had been carefully staged for removal through a rear access point. There was no question that his diligence and quick action prevented significant loss for our client. As a result of this incident, the client has taken additional steps to better secure the property. Based on the recommendations of Site Supervisor James Heller, Operations Manager Adam Smith proudly selected Officer Joseph Cinquina as our Cincinnati Branch Officer of the...
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