Security officer safety training is essential to bring the level of talent up to one that their clients will be happy with. After all, they're hiring security and the people they hire will be representing their interests to the general public.
vital for people on both sides of the law and anyone caught in-between. Everyone knows that in workplaces surrounded by danger, creating a culture of safety requires a strong commitment at every level of an organization and has to go well beyond government regulations and industry standards.
The world has changed over the last few years. Officers have been targeted by criminals and with the advent of body cams and other peolple filming just about everything, being able to perform your duty beyond reproach has become essential.
Being safe and reducing incidents is good for everyone involved. No one wants an incident, but sometimes situations develop and as some people become belligerent, situations can deteriorate. If an incident can be avoided, the officers remain safe, the city saves money on lawsuits, and everyone can feel good about protecting the community at large without injuries or deaths to civilians.
THEY improv has worked with over half of the Fortune 500 companies to meet their entertainment and team building needs and are now working to supplement safety training programs with entertainment and workshops for officers and can engage in role playing to reduce overreactions to scenarios.
The streets, so to speak, are inherently dangerous. With a variety of environments and levels of security, there are a large numbers of dangers. These are not only from criminals, but from others who feel violated or at a heightened state of irritation due to factors that have nothing to do with the police. Maintaining vigilance can prevent a situation that seems normal from blowing up into a major incident. It is difficult to train other than on the job with real-world situations. With role play, THEY improv can help ease the transition for new officers as well as to help break down situations to reduce potentially damaging errors in prisoner management.
Status is also an extremely important element of maintaining authority over a situation. As it happens, status is fundamental to the improv world and so the lessons learned can prove to be quite useful to those active in dealing with civilians, criminals, unruly crowds and victims. Positioning oneself as an authority can dissuade others from attempting to challenge that authority or turn order into chaos.
This site was created to inform our clients about our services in this specialty. The pages contain information about the types of services offered and some of the potential benefits that can be gained. These programs are not a replacement for OSHA and other mandated programs and are simply designed to assist in the creation of a culture of safety. Nothing can replace the will of the company, however, and it can’t be stressed enough that success requires a full commitment on behalf of a company and management to safety protocols at all levels.
Contact THEY improv by calling 866-219-4386 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
to discuss your needs and how THEY improv can help you meet your safety goals through their supplemental programs.