This is the American Red Cross Sanctioned CPR and First Aid course. Students will learn:
How to respond and act accordingly to a given accidents Care for conscious and unconscious choking Adults, Children & Infants Perform CPR on an Adult, Child & Infant Recognize Sudden Illnesses Treat Anaphalactic Shock and Use of Epi-Pen Use of a AED (Automated External Defibrillator
Rescue Breathing Treatment of cuts, wounds, breaks, fractures, etc. Treatment of choking victims Bloodborne pathogens and disease prevention
BSIS 8 hour Powers to Arrest & WMD Training (Guard Card Course)
State of California, DCA & BSIS initial 8 hour Powers to Arrest and Weapons of Mass Destruction Security Training course
POWER TO ARREST COURSE OUTLINE
The Power to Arrest Course consists of four (4) hours of training in both of the following two (2) subjects:
Powers to Arrest
Objective: To familiarize and instruct the individual on the training topics delineated at Business and Professions Code section 7583.7, including, without limitation, legal aspects, techniques, liability, and company requirements relating to the arrest of an individual. The training will utilize the Department of Consumer Affairs' Power to Arrest Training Manual and may include lecture, discussion, exercises and role-playing.
Overview of Power to Arrest Manual and subject matter.
Definition of arrest and discussion on the implications to the subject, the guard and the company.
Lecture/discussion on escalation and de-escalation techniques in the use of force.
Lecture/discussion in the use of restraint techniques and their implications.
Discussion of trespass laws and implications of enforcement.
Completion of the Power to Arrest Training Manual Test with 100% score in accordance with the Manual's Administering Instructions.
B. Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) & Terrorism Awareness
Objective: To familiarize and instruct the individual on the subject matter and observation skills required to identify and report precursor activities to a terrorist event, react appropriately, report the occurrence of a terrorist event, and remain safe while helping control the scene after a terrorist event. The training will utilize the Department of Consumer Affairs' Weapons of Mass Destruction & Terrorism Awareness for Security Professionals course consisting of a Digital Video Disk (DVD), Student Workbook and Facilitator Manual.
Introduction and overview of the training.
The Role of a Security Officer.
The Nature of Terrorism.
Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Coordinating and Sharing of Critical Information.
Security & Loss Prevention
This course is divided into 2 modules, Academic and Physical (hands on training). Students will be educated on all the aspects of Security and Loss Prevention.
Verbal Judo & Communication Skills
Basic Elements of Proof
Use of Force(acceptable v/s excessive)
Basic Restraining techniques
Proper Radio Communications
Scams and Fraud
Powers of Arrest
Safety The program consists of: Accident/Disaster Preparedness & Response Ergonomics Injury Prevention Stress Management Healthy Heart
Workplace Violence is a growing concern which can strike at anytime, anyplace, with many different levels of violence. This class can prepare, prevent and protect you and your employee’s from this threat.
mployee’s will be educated on the following : Warning signs of potential violence Risk factors which create violence Reacting and handling a violent situation when it happens Workplace security
Verbal Judo Many times a potentially violent or difficult situation can be defused using Verbal Judo. This course is designed to give students confidence and communication skills needed to take control. This is a far more extensive class and traverses deeper into mental control over your emotions as well as the person you are in contact with. i.e., suspect, irate employee, irate customer. Students will learn how to control a situation by using: Body language Voice tone Key words Non-aggressive phrases Attitude Open ended questions and sentences State of mind
Restraining Techniques No matter how respectful or polite you are there certain situations where people will just not cooperate. When you are faced with someone like this there is no need to hurt them or to beat them senseless. There are many different ways to passively restrain a person. This class stresses Passive Aggression and Compliance with Pain. This class teaches:
Proper use of Arm Locks
Leg Maneuvers Come Alongs
When used properly a very irate and combative suspect can be neutralized quickly and effectively. The moves and techniques are simple, effective, and can be performed by almost anyone.
Handcuffing Not every arrest is the same therefore we go over as many different scenarios as possible. Students will get hands on experience with the proper use of handcuffs. This course demonstrates 3 different Handcuffing techniques: Passive Resisting Violent Students are shown how to arrest suspects using the one man standing technique. Students are also shown how to take someone to the ground using leverage and body control.
OC / Pepper Spray
Report Writing Reports are extremely important for every job. A report must convey the exact details and sequence of events that lead to the conclusion or arrest. There is no room for opinions or assumptions in a report, just the facts. This course reviews a report in detail, line by line, and illustrates how to properly write a report. A report uses the 5 W’s Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How. A good report lists the facts and details as accurately as possible. Many times a report will be seen by as many as 10 to 30 people. We stress penmanship, grammar and accuracy
Surveillance Surveillance can work for you and against you. When done right you can catch almost anybody. This class shows students how to blend in and not be noticed. Observation of a suspect can be performed many different ways. We try to go over as many as possible, using props and natural ability to perform your duty. This course demonstrates the proper use of: CCTV Peripheral Vision Floor Walking Deception