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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 […]

Managing Fatigue

Fatigue is defined as extreme tiredness that results in mental and/or physical exhaustion and can hinder an employee’s ability to perform work safely and effectively. Fatigue in the workplace not only impacts a workers’ mental and physical health, but it can also impact the safety of those around them, as well as their capacity to […]

TriCorps’ Customer Service Training

TriCorps truly believes that quality customer service is critical to providing world-class security. We expect our officers to excel at assisting people and doing what they can to help our clients enjoy their experience. TriCorps has carefully crafted a customer service training program that helps set clear and precise expectations and provides the tools necessary for our employees […]

TriCorps’ Workplace Violence & Active Shooter Training

Workplace violence is any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening disruptive behavior that occurs at the work site. It ranges from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and even homicide. It can affect and involve employees, clients, customers, and visitors.  According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, […]

Night Shift Safety

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 15 million Americans workers are on a job that requires night shift work. Security officers working the night shift must devote special focus on taking care of their own physical and mental health. Night shift work requires vigilance but can be a very rewarding shift. Some of […]

A Security Officer’s Role in Electronic Access Control

Access control is a vital component for safety in the workplace, however, it can be hard to achieve in an open environment designed to be inviting and easily accessible to employees and customers. Violations of access control can take the forms of tailgating and piggybacking.  Tailgating occurs when an unauthorized person slips in through a door […]

Motor Vehicle Safety

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were an estimated 6.3 million police-reported car accidents in the United States in 2015. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of workplace injuries according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In 2016, motor vehicle incidents contributed to 40% of all workplace fatalities. Year after year, […]

Having a Heart for Service

Hiring employees who are customer-centric is vital to any organization that wants to exceed customer expectations. Employee actions need to be genuine—because delivering service is not just about what people do, but how they do it. The combination of hiring great people who want to provide great customer service with the training that enables them […]

Heat Stress Safety

Working outdoors in regions with warm climates means hot summer months pose special hazards. It’s imperative to acknowledge the potential hazards that can come with working outdoors in the heat and sun and to take measures to proactively protect yourselves. Heat – The combination of heat and humidity can be a serious health threat during […]