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Ways to Avoid an Unsafe Situation at Your Workplace after an Employee Is Terminated

By RSA | October 22, 2020

Firing a worker is never a simple errand for a business owner or manager. Notwithstanding, it is a vital part of business operations. While firing a representative from a position, there is a high probability that they will respond with violence, aggression, or retaliation. Organizations must have methods set up to ensure their organizations, workers,…

Tips for Staying Safe a Public Event

By RSA | October 15, 2020

When last did you attend a large public event? Sporting events, concerts, and even grilled cheese fests are commonplace events that attract large crowds. As an attendee, have you ever considered the security situations in these places whenever there is an emergency? Research suggests that it is relatively rare for issues to spring up at…

Things to Consider When Hiring Security Team

By RSA | October 15, 2020

When organizing an event, it’s easy to think that the most important factors are things like entertainment and food and beverage. But, employing the proper security team is paramount to ensuring that an event goes as planned, but also prioritizes safety so guests and participants can make enjoy the best of moments. Organizers are entrusted…

The Importance of VIP Security

By RSA | October 7, 2020

Private security is a more extensive profession segment than most people are aware of Security officers may work in retail companies, frustrating would-be shoplifters; watch industrial buildings to manage access and protect organization property; or, they may even serve in the elite unit of VIP security. What is VIP Security, and Do You Need It?…

The Emerging Role of Security Guards in the Food Services Industry during Coronavirus

By RSA | October 2, 2020

Businesses across all industries have seen critical changes over recent weeks. For some, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about temporary or even permanent closures. For other people, it has implied the need to turn their businesses to “keep the lights on,” and to do it rapidly. The food services industry has been hit especially hard…

Most Common Security Mistakes of Property Managers That Are Dangerous To Residents, Employees, and Properties

By RSA | September 25, 2020

Forthcoming occupants of gated networks are searching for more than enhancements, open floor plans, and a convenient area. They require sheltered and secure spots to call home for themselves and their families. If potential inhabitants don’t have a sense of security, they will proceed onward to the following network. Furthermore, if current occupants experience security…

Important and Useful Ways to Defuse a Heated (and Potentially Dangerous) Confrontation

By RSA | September 18, 2020

Security officials whether manning an occasion or maintaining the safety of a public place must stay in control to keep everyone safe. Knowing how to control a situation is vital to avoid further destruction and safety risks. The first method to maintain, control, and defend against potential violence is to defuse the situation. Whether dealing…

How to Keep Your Organization Secure During Coronavirus Outbreak?

By RSA | September 11, 2020

As news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to tend in the media and the minds of people across the country, businesses are faced with other security concerns. The fear and uncertainty that the pandemic brings have brought about security threats for business owners and customers alike. As a business owner or manager, security during this…

Security Guards Respond to Coronavirus in Texas

By RSA | September 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the closing down of businesses, record job losses, and nearly 1 million cases of the virus globally. Industries across the board have been experiencing significant changes. Many employees have lost their jobs and are looking for alternate ways to make a decent living. If you’ve been considering a job…

How to Keep Your Business Safe during Riots and Looting?

By RSA | September 4, 2020

Business owners across the nation have been affected negatively in recent months. The COVID-19 pandemic closed many businesses or completely changed their way of operations. Just as businesses were beginning to reopen, riots and looting have left many businesses dealing with smashed windows, and stolen equipment. The Impact of Riots and Looting on Businesses Apart…