Become a Security Guard in Ohio

Become a Security Guard in Ohio

Starting a new career Do you live in Ohio? Have you ever wondered about what it would be like to work as a security guard? You can find employment in this exciting field if you want to help keep people and assets safe. Having a prestigious job like a security guard is within reach if you meet certain requirements. Here is how to become a security guard in Ohio. The Basics. Like any other job, there are certain basic requirements for becoming a security guard in Ohio. To begin, the candidate must be at least 18 years old. They also need to be a United States citizen or resident alien. Some jobs may require a high school diploma or GED. In terms of character, the candidate must have a clean record. This means no felony convictions, violent misdemeanors, drugs, theft or fraud. Basically, the person needs to be an upstanding citizen since they will be responsible with keeping others safe. The candidate must have good moral character and no mental disorders that could come in the way of their job responsibilities. Furthermore, it will certainly help if the candidate is in excellent physical condition. Security guards may patrol areas by foot or bike. This means lots of time on your feet. So, good physical condition is important. Finally, the candidate must pass a background check, obtain a fingerprint card, and be employed by a private security company like United American Security and be under supervision of a licensed patrol officer. Hiring Process. A candidate can then find work if they have met the requirements described above. Did you know...

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 ( under the news & events section.    Contact: Jennifer Taylor 1.800.873.3948 [email protected]

‘Pandemic Flu. How to Prepare and Respond’ by Industrial Security Service, Inc.

  Training Update ‘Pandemic Flu. How to Prepare and Respond’ Industrial Security Service, Inc. understands the importance of effective training in order to meet and exceed the needs of its clients, officers, as well as the continually rising demands of everyday work demands.  Pandemic planning requires that people and entities not accustomed to responding to health crises understand the actions and priorities required to prepare for and respond to these potential risks. Over the next couple of months, the ISS management/ training team will be conducting the ’Pandemic flu. How to Prepare and Respond’ training for all site managers and officers within the company.   The training objectives will be: Recognize the risks Identify flu symptoms Prevent the spread of infection Prepare for and deal with a Pandemic at work and at home. Know what to do if you get sick  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. Along with the Pandemic training, ISS corporate will be supplying each site where our officers are posted with Hand Sanitizers for when soap and water are not readily available....

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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