Security is important to many industries, include the food and beverage manufacturing industry. Security guards must be licensed is most U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Essential skills for security professionals include customer service skills, communication skills, and physical fitness. Because security professionals are required to prevent and respond to various emergencies, police foundations and first aid training are in high demand in the industry.
Example job titles include:
• Security Guard
• Night Watchperson
• Security Officer
• Loss Prevention Officer
• Security Supervisor
Common duties include:
• Following instructions for securing the premises
• Patrolling interior and exterior of the premises
• Investigating security concerns and threats
• Monitoring building activities with CCTV and other security equipment
• Communicating with other security staff and management
• Respond to security emergencies
• Calling in emergency services when required
Typical employers include:
• Food and beverage manufacturing companies
• Security services providers
• Other private companies
Training and Qualifications
A job in security will require a high school diploma as well as a security guard license. Some employers will favor candidates with former security experience and first aid training.
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