Security Professionals: A Guide for Emergency Situations

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Security Professionals: A Guide for Emergency Situations provides practical guidance and detailed explanations of the private security professional's roles and responsibilities in managing a wide variety of situations.

Situations such as:

  • Dealing with and understanding the role and rank structure of police, fire services, and emergency medical services
  • Operation of elevating devices during emergency situations
  • Operation of fire suppression devices and fire alarm notification equipment
  • Chemical spills and hazardous materials
  • Proper handling of crime scenes

The publication covers:

  • Emergency or disaster management
  • Call centres
  • Crime scene management
  • High-rise incidents
  • Elevators
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Hazardous Material (HazMat) incidents
  • Hospitals and assisted living facilities
  • Terrorism

Appendices include:

  • Fire alarm systems integrated with mass notification technology
  • Code brown evacuation

It also contains a comprehensive index for easy reference.

Written by the author team of a highly trained and experienced fire-fighting professional and a seasoned veteran law enforcement officer, both of whom also have spent a number of years teaching at the community college and career college level, this publication is an ideal on-the-job reference, training manual, and teaching resource for security professionals, security companies, trainers, and course instructors.

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
General practice

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2015-04-28

Hardcover Specifications

Service #:
30835519

Sub #:
30835519

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eBook Specifications

ISBN:
9780779866175