Basic Security Guard Duties (40 Hours)

Basic Security Guard Duties (40 Hours)

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Duration: 40 hours

Security Officer Training

Environment, Functions, Legislation and Standards of Behavior This theoretical orientation course is intended to provide the basic foundations of security officer work. It allows to discover the world of private security in its various aspects, while allowing the participant to assimilate the basic notions of employment, as well as the legislation framing its functions and actions.

content:

?The profession of security officer?

? Different laws and responsibilities?

? Customer Service

? Ethics, Professionalism and Public Relations?

? Radio Communications and International Code?

? Taking Notes, Report Writing and Crime Scene Management?

? Alarm and protection systems

? Traffic Control

?Controlling access and staffing

? Traffic control in private parking lots / grounds

? Patrol Procedures

? Fire prevention

? Identification of Hazardous Materials ?I.M.D.U.T?

? Loss Prevention?

? Safe handling of firearms

 

 

 

 

First Aid Training

This course consists of First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) officially recognized by the Department of Health of Canada and the use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

This course gives participants the opportunity to acquire general first aid skills. After obtaining their certificate, they will be able to intervene on medical problems on trauma, and they will be able to practice resuscitation techniques in an emergency and on all age groups.

content:

? Responsibilities and role of first aid

? Management of an emergency situation

? The state of shock,

? Airway decomposition - adult, child and baby subjects

? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (adult, child and infant)

? Severe hemorrhage

? Medical conditions (diabetes, convulsions, asthma and allergies)

? Automated External Defibrillation (AED)

? Secondary examination

? Injuries to the head, spine and pelvis

? Injuries in general

? Burns

? Hypothermia

? Heat stroke

? The Dressings