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2017 PRIVATE SECURITY OFFICER MEMORIAL WEEK

SEPTEMBER 17-23 2017
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We are honored to have a number of
sponsors who have underwritten this
program and who stand with us in our
mission to prevent injuries and save
lives.

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Remember: Complacency Kills!
TRAINERS OATH

"I solemnly vow upon my honor as a trainer and
citizen, to adhere to the rules and regulations
of the state where I am licensed and to adopt
the mission and goals of the professional
standards of security trainers as set forth by
the International Private Security Trainers
Association and Private Officer International .
I pledge to be honest in thought, word, and
deed; to strive toward my highest learning
effort and avail myself of every opportunity to
learn and to give to my students to my highest
capacity. I will do this by maintaining
unimpeachable integrity of behavior to bring
honor upon the security industry.
I shall endeavor to give my all each day to
every student equally realizing that the
information and training that I provide are tools
and that I have the power to change lives,
enhance careers and provide lifesaving  skills.
Stop Denying-Start Preventing!
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HOW TO REDUCE EMPLOYEE INJURIES AND DEATHS


1.  Applicant selection
Assign the appropriate employee to the task at hand
and match job skills, experience and physical and mental strengths

2.  Equip based on need We've all heard the phrase-"don't bring a knife to a
gunfight"
This must be followed figuratively and you must equip officers for the
tasks, assignment and duties at any given client.
Make sure that personnel have bullet proof vests, communication either via
cellphone or 2-way radio, and on single officer posts, make sure that they are
required to call into a dispatch or answering service hourly! This could save a
life and alert your company to a problem when the employee fails to check in!

3.  Training-We can't say this one enough! Go above and beyond all state
required training even if it has to come out of pocket. Regular Use of Force,
Self-defense, emergency response, active shooter and duty specific training
should be give semi-annually.