Guard Force Management looks at the contract guard force as a business and demonstrates how current management techniques can be used to improve efficiency and increase profitability. The author takes proven management principles and applies them to the competitive security industry. This updated edition includes an entirely new chapter on preparation and response to crisis in order to maintain business continuity. The book focuses on administrative and financial functions that are frequently neglected in guard companies, and discusses planning and conducting guard operations in detail. * Addresses the administrative, financial and client service needs of the security guard function; * Details the analytical steps needed to establish, equip, train and employ a guard force; * Emphasizes practical, proven management techniquesThe EEOC has also adopted a set of standards for hiring practices, the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures, the most ... has responsibility for ensuring the companya#39;s compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) of 1970 and related state laws. ... and poses some unique problems for the security guard company as guards tend to work in a fairly high-risk environment.
|Title||:||Guard Force Management, Updated Edition|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2003-04-15|