Category Archives: Safety officers

DVIDS – News – USAACE Security Guards Obtain Professional Certification

After nine months of self-paced learning, two warrant officers from the US Army Aviation Center of Excellence recently completed the requirements for the CP-12 Professional Certificate accredited by the American National Standards Institute. Chief Warrant Officer 4 Joshua McCurry, Aviation Branch Safety Officer, and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Bryan Potter, 1st Aviation Brigade Safety Officer […]

ACA negotiated between the county and the Coalition of Public Safety Officers OK by commission

BERNALILLO – The Sandoval County Commission voted 4-1 to approve the collective agreement negotiated between the county and the New Mexico Coalition of Public Safety Officers at Thursday night’s meeting. Commissioner Jay Block represented the dissenting vote in favor of impacted agencies, including sheriff’s deputies. He told the Observer the county could have done more […]

Forum: Let Workplace Safety Guards Focus On Injury Prevention, Forum News & Top Stories

One of the changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic is that professional occupational safety and health (OHS) obligations have been extended to many areas, such as the administration and management of various safety measures. Covid-19 security management. Administering rapid antigen tests and tracking results is almost a full-time job and is in addition to […]

Op-Ed: School Safety Officers Don’t Make Students Feel Safe

There is a widespread and justified fear of shootings in schools. The problem with this fear is that the American imagination often conjures up a disgruntled teenager as a shooter. Instead, most of the people bringing guns to middle and high school campuses are uniformed officers paid for “”patrol“schools. During the 13 years that the […]

Ministry of Labor deploys 10 additional security guards across country

The Ministry of Labor has deployed an additional 10 Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) officers to regions of Guyana with the aim of reducing workplace fatalities, particularly in the mining sector. Yesterday, during the opening session of the virtual consultation to develop an OHS program, Minister Joseph Hamilton said he was deeply concerned about workplace […]

Aiken public security officers and dispatchers to receive a pay rise

AIKEN, South Carolina – Aiken City Council unanimously voted to increase the salaries of Aiken public security agents and dispatchers. According to city manager Stuart Bedenbaugh, wages will rise seven percent in October. “The first responsibility of a municipality is the safety of citizens,” explains Kay Brohl, city councilor of Aiken. “We need to make […]

Denver Public Schools Add Security Guards, Seek Tickets For Students

After removing police officers from its schools over the past year, Denver Public Schools has bolstered its own armed patrol unit and is in talks with the city to allow these police officers to issue tickets to students for offenses such as as possession of marijuana and fighting. While the district believes the arrangement contributes […]

Oroville public security officers receive pins in front of city council on Tuesday – Chico Enterprise-Record

OROVILLE – Oroville city council honored a member of its police department as well as its fire department at Tuesday’s council meeting. Members of the Oroville Fire Department as well as the Oroville Police Department were present to support their associates. Mayor Chuck Reynolds swore an oath to newly promoted Sergeant Breck Wright in front […]

2 public security officers who died of COVID took the same training course

Aug 31 — Two public safety officers died following a joint fire training course in early August. Aiken Public Safety Officer Kevin Simmons and North Augusta Public Safety Officer Dustin Michael Beasley have each died after contracting COVID-19. On August 12, the Aiken Standard reported that several officers tested positive for COVID-19 during a multi-week […]

2 public security officers who died of COVID took the same training course | Local News

Two public security officers died following a joint fire training course in early August. Aiken Public Safety Officer Kevin Simmons and North Augusta Public Safety Officer Dustin Michael Beasley have each died after contracting COVID-19. On August 12, the Aiken Standard reported that several officers tested positive for COVID-19 during a multi-week joint fire training […]