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Stress Management

Stress is that thing you cannot see but feel. In a nutshell, it is a mental or physical response to an external cause. Stress can arise from many different areas of your life. Some things in your life you know will give you stress, no guessing, no surprise. Some examples are financial issues, or an older car […]

Introducing the TriCorps Training Site

We are pleased to introduce our newly launched TriCorps Training Website. This platform is primarily designed to facilitate the professional development of our officers. It has resources that enhance your capabilities and maintain our service at its highest standard. Orientation Training Module: We are committed to ensuring that every member of our team starts their journey […]

The Building Blocks of Report Writing

Report Writing-it is a crucial aspect of a security officer’s duties, but for some of us who have little to no experience or training in writing reports, how do we make our reports reflect the professionalism we display in every other aspect of our job? This month I have included a few foundational building blocks […]

De-Escalation Tools for Tense Situations

De-escalation refers to the process of calming down a situation or a person who is experiencing intense emotions. It can be a very effective tool in diffusing tense situations to prevent further escalation of conflict or aggression. These are the skills that are proven to assist with De-escalation:  1. Stay Calm and Professional– It can […]

Corporate Office Safety

We often associate workplace injuries with accidents in a manufacturing environment or on job sites where large equipment is used to move heavy materials. But in reality, many accidents occur in the office. As many people return to the office after two years of working remotely, office-related injuries are increasing. Office injuries vary from simple […]

Tips For Severe Weather Safety

Spring is here, which means we must get ready for severe weather events across the country. Consequently, it is important that you revise your normal routine to include checking the weather in your area throughout the day. If you haven’t done it already, be sure to add a weather app to your computer or phone […]

All Things Licensing for Security Officers 

At TriCorps, one of our guiding principles is to do our work with excellence. We know excellence is achieved in the details and by working hard and smart. A part of upholding these principles as a security officer for TriCorps is remaining up-to-date with your licensing requirements. Renewing your security license can take time, so […]

Customer Service: Simple Ways to Stand Out

Quality customer service is easy to achieve in the security industry, where it is unfortunately not the standard. Too often in the security industry, we see companies take a reactive approach when they experience a customer service failure instead of being proactive in preventing these issues from ever occurring. We’ll go through three simple ways […]

Cold Weather Safety

While the holiday’s fast approach, conditions on the job and highway are beginning to be more dangerous now than at any other time of the year. As a security officer, working in cold conditions isn’t just uncomfortable, but it can also be hazardous. Frostbite, numbness, dehydration, and hypothermia are real concerns for outdoor weather. So, […]

First Aid for Security Officers

It is a fact that an officer will experience an injury on the job at some point in time. Consequently, it is essential to know and understand some basic guidelines for administering first aid to oneself or an injured coworker. This article identifies important first aid practices that you need to remember. When addressing an […]