Florida Armed Security Guard Certification

Florida Armed Security Guard Certification

Further your career Now that you have your Class D license, its time to move on to the Florida armed security guard certification. This is known as the Class G license and allows you to carry a weapon while working as a security guard. Consequently, this license requires more training and education since you are working with a deadly weapon and will be expected to use it if a life threatening situation were to arise. A Class G license is different than a Class D license. In order to pass this course, you will need to be comfortable with more advanced security guard meaures.   Class G License Details How Long is the Class? The Class G license is a 28 hour course that consists of a state mandated curriculum. The breakdown is 12 hours of legal aspects of carrying a firearm. Safety and mechanics of firearms is another 11 hours. Another hour is dedicated towards taking an exam. Finally, up to 8 hours can be spent on firearms qualification. This includes practical shooting exercises and qualifying rounds. It is important to include this variety of topics in the Class G Florida armed security guard certification to ensure that guards are properly educated on all aspects of using firearms for safety. Who Teaches the Class? The class must be taught by a Florida licensed professional who holds a Class K firearms instructor license Is Anyone Exempt? If you have a background as a law enforcement officer, or have worked in a prison and used firearms before, you may be exempt from taking the 28 hour course if your training...

Workplace Theft: Are Employees Biting the Hand That Feeds Them? & Social Network: Policies, Procedures & Pitfalls

Wednesday June 23 2010 Holiday Inn Strongsville, OH 8:30 (Continental Breakfast served) 9:00am till 11:30am (speaker) 11:30am-12:00pm (Q&A and informational sharing) Industrial Security Service, Inc will be hosting a FREE educational seminar addressing Workplace/ Employee Theft & Social Network: Policies, Procedures, and Pitfalls. In our continuing effort to assist companies with operational excellence, we have asked Tim Dimoff of SACS Consulting to speak on the following topics: Examine myths, facts and realities surrounding this growing problem Understand more ways to be vigilant Learn methods to prevent, deter, and investigate workplace theft Discover the ethical dilemmas and business challenges of these great communication tools What are the real risks of social networking sites Establish policies & procedures Don’t miss out! Register today, seats will go fast. Register to...

Latest News from ISS and Department of Public Health

Columbus/ Cleveland, OH September 8, 2009– Industrial Security Service, Inc has agreed to partner with  the Columbus Department of Public Health to be the community outreach point of contact for the latest H1N1/ flu information.  Continual updates can be found on the Industrial Security Service website (www.bestguards.com) under the news & events section.    Contact: Jennifer Taylor 1.800.873.3948 [email protected]

CDC Guidance for Businesses and Employers To Plan and Respond to the 2009–2010 Influenza Season

August 19, 2009 11:00 AM ET CDC is releasing new guidance that recommends actions that non-healthcare employers should take now to decrease the spread of seasonal flu and 2009 H1N1 flu in the workplace and to help maintain business continuity during the 2009–2010 flu season.1The guidance includes additional strategies to use if flu conditions become more severe and some new recommendations regarding when a worker who is ill with influenza may return to work. The guidance in this document may change as additional information about the severity of the 2009-2010 influenza season and the impact of 2009 H1N1 influenza become known. Introduction The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with input from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has developed updated guidance for employers of all sizes to use as they develop or review and update plans to respond to 2009 H1N1 influenza now and during the upcoming fall and winter influenza season. Businesses and employers, in general, play a key role in protecting employees’ health and safety, as well as in limiting the negative impact of influenza outbreaks on the individual, the community, and the nation’s economy. Employers who have developed pandemic plans should review and revise their plans in light of the current 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak to take into account the extent and severity of disease in their community as outlined in this guidance. Information includes: Planning for Fall and Winter Influenza Season Considerations of Appropriate Response Strategies Preparedness and Response Recommendations Actions Employers Should Take Now Important Components of an Influenza Pandemic Plan Recommended Employer...

C-TPAT Worldwide Supply Chain Security Initiative Seminar

                            Join Us                              C-TPAT Worldwide Supply Chain Security Initiative Thursday May 7th, 2009 Holiday Inn Strongsville, OH 8:30am (Continental Breakfast) 9-10:15am (Speaker) 10:15-11:00am( Q&A and Information Sharing) Industrial Security Service, Inc will be hosting a Free educational seminar addressing the C-TPAT Security initiative and best practices. In our continuing effort to assist companies with operational excellence, we have asked Ron May, Director of the NY C-TPAT office, to speak on the following topics: · C-TPAT program origins, current status and future vision · C-TPAT program participation sectors and their related minimum-security criteria · Validations and Revalidations; What are they and how does one prepare? · Best practices · Suspension, removal, post incidents analysis · Program benefits( Tier levels, FAST access, Exam benefits, training, etc.) · Mutual recognition with foreign customs administrations ___________________________________________________  Location Address:     15471 Royalton Rd Strongsville, OH 44136 ___________________________________________________ Registration is Limited. RSVP today. To RSVP, email [email protected] Please include the following information; Name, Company Name, Address, Phone Number, Fax Number, Email address, Number of Attendees. No registrations will be accepted after April 28th,...
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