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Super Security Training Process

Security today has become an indispensable part in today's age. The sector is quite booming in the recent times and majority of the sectors ranging from retail to hospitality and many others need a compliance for security. Thus, a security guard is an armed/unarmed individual which ensures protection of the assets ranging from human lives to physical property from criminal activities. Since they are employed to make sure of the safety, they are given rigorous training so that they can best cater to their responsibilities. Our company strictly follows the general requirement procedures (based on international standards) and strict interviewing procedures to recruit one of the best and most efficient personnel in the industry. The standard of recruitment is as follows –

  • Age: Candidate must be at least 21years of age and maximum be 40 years.
  • Height: We select only those candidates who are minimum 5'7" or above.
  • Eye Sight: The eyesight should b 6 X 6.
  • Physique: Candidate must be in excellent physical shape.
  • Education: Candidate must possess a minimum of matriculate certificate. Also, the applicant should have an ability to read, write and speak English and the language(s) most appropriate to his or her assigned duties.
  • Criminal History: We duly check the candidate's background for if the person has a clean record and is free from any job related crime. Any felony conviction discovered in the course of conducting the search should also be considered relevant to the candidate's qualifications for the position.
  • Experience: We prefer those applications that have some experience in this security industry.

Thus, a candidate has to fully comply with the set strict parameters. Once, they get through this, they are qualified for induction. After induction, each security guard has to undergo rigorous training which can be categorized into 'basic' and 'on-the job'. These courses prepare them for top performance at their position, and provide a wide and wise vision of an area, much better than that of citizens and average security guards.

In the basic training, the security guards are made familiar with their service conditions, uniforms and equipment. This is followed by a brief introduction about the code of conduct to be followed by each security guard. Other aspects in a basic training includes –

  • Drill movements at regular intervals
  • Fire fighting and first-aid methods
  • Gate duties
  • Ensuring proper documentation at the gate or reception
  • Basic telephone duties and mannerisms
  • Good and friendly conduct with staff and visitors
  • Escorting the VIPs
  • Search and frisking of persons