Tips For Beating The Heat On A Hot Day In A Security Post

Posted on: 13 August 2018

Security officers need to work in all sorts of weather conditions, but a hot day is often the worst. The fact that you're wearing a considerable amount of heavy gear, including a tactical vest, and may be stationed in a small and hot security post can definitely make you feel uncomfortable. Staying hydrated is important for security jobs in hot weather, but water alone may not be enough to keep you feeling comfortable.
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Benefits of Hiring a Professional Security Guard Service for Your Business

Posted on: 11 July 2017

If you are needing to keep your business safe, retaining the services of an armed security guard services can be an excellent way of deterring criminals from attempting to target your business. Unfortunately, there are some business owners that may assume it will always be better to hire an in-house security guard rather than contracting with a service provider. Yet, there are a few benefits of working with a service provider to contract guards for your business that you may want to consider.
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Ensuring That Your Industry Trade Show Goes Off Without A Hitch

Posted on: 28 October 2016

When planning a trade show, small or large, a lot of planning is needed to keep attendees happy while honoring your agreement with the facility owner. Trade shows generally attract large crowds and encompass a number of activities and events, so you'll want to look into hiring on a security team if you want to uphold your reputation. To host a memorable trade show that has members of your industry inquiring about the date of the next event, make sure that you are organized, maintain order and ensure that your attendees are always kept safe.
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Never Become Complacent With Cyber Identity Security

Posted on: 28 October 2016

Feeling bored with a particular mundane task might lead someone to simply take things too casually and not put the right effort into handling responsibilities with an appropriate level of care. Such an attitude can be disastrous when it comes to computer security, yet the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has discovered many people are embodying "security fatigue." Getting out of a such rut is a must for those who are putting themselves at risk for identity theft and hacking due to unsafe browsing and computer behavior.
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