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Approximately 100 pages
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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, 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
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, Security Professionals: A Guide for Emergency Situations is an ideal on-the-job reference, training manual and teaching resource for security professionals, security companies, trainers and course instructors.
About the Author
Fred Hunter retired from the Toronto Fire Service with the rank of captain after more than 34 years of service. He also taught for a number of years at Cambrian Community College's Pre- Service Fire Education and Training program. He brings a wealth of knowledge about the proper management of major emergencies, fire suppression and elevating device emergencies. Prior to joining the Fire Service, he was a member of the Toronto Police Service. He is a co-author of Security Professionals: A Guide for Emergency Situations.

Brian Ward is a retired Toronto Police Service Staff Sergeant. He began his working life as a newspaper reporter and photographer before moving into a 32-year career with law enforcement where his main focus was in forensic identification. He has taught law enforcement topics at several local colleges and is now the president of Ward Forensic Associates.