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Echelon protection and surveillanceEffective security is significant to a successful business and therefore selecting the right security partner for your organization is a process that shouldn’t be overlooked. The wrong choice can impact your safety, productivity and how your company is perceived, along with your bottom line. Although there are many security companies to choose from, it is important to find one that best fits your needs.

How do you know you’re choosing the right security partner? Follow our guidelines below.

Vetted, Trained & Certified

All too often you will find security officers that have only been given basic training for their position, such as communication, observation and reporting. Instead, you should look for security officers that go beyond that with proven experience in the field and are certified to effectively take action to defend your life and property. A highly vetted, trained and certified officer will make quicker, more intelligent decisions in dangerous, stressful and unpredictable situations.

Specialized Experience

Security officers being considered for your company should have experience in the industry they’re serving since each type of business comes with its own unique challenges. They should be well informed of all protocols, directives and duties with on-site experience so they can successfully protect your company and provide enhanced security measures when needed.

Security Solutions

Not every business situation requires an onsite officer on patrol, but comprehensive protection can still be offered through a variety of integrated security solutions. A security provider that’s serious about your protection can provide video surveillance and access control, which offers both indoor and outdoor control over your facility during any time of the day.

Licensed, Bonded & Insured

The right security partner will be licensed, bonded and insured so you can be certain of professional quality and services. It also means that any lawsuits or violations against the company are disclosed for your comfort. A security provider that is active in these requirements not only stays compliant with the law and protects their officers but presents the highest level of professionalism to their clients, which protects you from liability.

Customer Centric

A security provider working in your best interest helps guide you to develop effective strategies and methods for managing your organization’s safety and security. You should look for a company that stays involved and holds open communication to help solve your needs. It should be a collaborative partnership in order to ultimately ensure that they’re meeting your needs and adding value throughout your facility.

Choosing security for your business is an important decision. However, by concentrating on these guidelines during your search for a security provider, you can be assured that you’ll select the right company.

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How to Prevent Workplace Violence During Termination

Two empty chairsTerminating employees is one of the most stressful and unpleasant aspects of doing business, but necessary for continuing the success of your company. Often an employee being terminated won’t expect it and can turn violent or aggressive due to a surge in emotions. They can act out through threats, verbal abuse or physical assaults on you or even other employees. Although we hope situations like this don’t arise, it’s an unfortunate truth that must be managed properly so you can protect yourself and your workplace.

Job loss has been cited by employers of all sizes as one of the top three factors that contribute to instances of workplace violence and has become the highest risk for management and human resources professionals today. Unfortunately the threat of workplace violence is only increasing. So, how do you keep your business safe and handle this risk during termination? Prevention.

Prevention is the surest way of stopping a problem before it starts, which is why it’s crucial for any business to develop a termination plan including security personnel for when the need arises. Having the presence of trained security staff during a termination meeting or afterwards to escort an employee from the premises is an exceptional deterrent for violence and a smart precaution. Professional guards are trained to look for suspicious activity and can spot an aggressive situation before it gets out of hand. They are trained in protection techniques in order to reduce the potential threat of workplace violence and reduce potential liability to your business.

Professional, respectful and trained security agents are worth the investment – no matter the size of your organization. One violent employee can cost your business millions. The Department of Justice estimated that the cost of workplace violence to employers was approximately $6.2 million dollars, which can include the aggravation of lawsuits, compensation claims and loss of productivity. It also puts your company under the spotlight for being unsafe and irresponsible. However, most workplace violence is preventable by simply having security efforts in place.

No one is immune to workplace violence, which is why it’s paramount to secure your workplace. Lower the risk of a high risk employee before it turns ugly, and hire trained and certified security agents. You’ll gain peace of mind in knowing that if an unpleasant situation does occur, you have someone there protecting you and your business.

Echelon provides highly-trained security officers for indoor and outdoor fire and site watches to ensure that potentially dangerous or hazardous environments are safe, secure and protected from loss on and off the clock. Our staff  also works with you to identify safety hazards and address them with the appropriate action. In addition, we can document and monitor areas without adequate fire protection with detailed fire watch logs and video in accordance with municipal and provincial fire safety codes. Owner Stuart Visnov has been a volunteer firefighter for over 40 years.

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