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Security Gaurd License

 

If you are looking into being a Security Guard it is necessary to have a Security Guard License in the Province of Ontario. This license can be used in hotel security, event security, bodyguard’s, etc.

 

Here at Canadian Security Training we offer a Basic Security Guard Training Course, it is a 40-hour training course as specified by the Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Service.

 

This course is conveniently structured to allow students to start at any time and covers a variety of topic including: the Canadian legal system, effective communication, note taking and report writing, officer safety, Emergency First Aid and CRP, as well as many other instruction and scenario based training/testing.

 

For more information on Canadian Security Training or Safe Winter Working Procedures please email info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.

 


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DEFENSE Control Tactics

 

 

Did you know Canadian Security Training provides DEFENSE Control Tactics Courses? These courses include Handcuff and Baton Certification, Use of Force-DEFENSE and De-escalation/CRISIS Communication.

 

These courses teach participants effective de-escalation strategies, sound judgment and effective decision-making. This training provided participants with the strategies and skills to be able to effectively handle emergency defense situations mentally and physically.

 

All DEFENSE Control Tactics courses are taught by highly qualified former or serving police officers.

 

For more information on DEFENSE Control Tactics courses or Canadian Security Training please contact info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.


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New Year, New Challanges

 

Happy New Year! From the staff at Canadian Security Training we hope you had a wonderful holidays, stayed safe and healthy and celebrated to the best of your abilities. We also hope for you to have a wonderful new year!

 

As for Canadian Security Training we have many projects in the works for 2021 and we are back to work as of today and excited for the new challenges and changes that 2021 has in store for us.

 

For more information on Canadian Security Training please contact us at info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.

 


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Merry Christmas

 

Merry Christmas! From the staff at Canadian Security Training we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday! Although times are different right now we hope you to have a wonderful time during this different holiday season  and are able to celebrate in your own new way. We understand this year has been tough on many and hope that this new year of 2021 brings you and your loved ones health and happiness!

 

The staff of Canadian Security Training will be off from the 22nd of December to the 4th of January. We hope you all stay safe and happy and we are very excited to face new challenges and changes brought in the New Year. Cheers to 2021 and have a wonderful Christmas!

 

For more information on Canadian Security Training please contact us at info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.

 


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Winter Weather

 

Safe Working Conditions

 

Working outside in cold conditions isn’t just uncomfortable, it can be dangerous. There are many effects the cold can take on your body such as frostbite, hypothermia, and numbing. As the weather changes and gets cold, snowy and icy it is important to practice safe working procedures to keep yourself warm, hydrated and safe.

Here are some tips for working outside in the cold this winter:

 

Dress for the Conditions: Wearing layers as well as thermals under your clothes can make all the difference when working outside. These layers should be loose and breathable to avoid discomfort.

 

Leave Early: Roads can be very icy and slippery in the winter, especially in the early mornings. Plan on leaving 10-20 minutes early to give yourself extra time, drive slowly and be aware of road conditions before you leave.

 

Stay Dry: Plan on wearing waterproof coats and boots and bring extra clothes in case your get damp.

 

Stay Hydrated and Nourished:  You can still get dehydrated in winter weather despite the cold. Be sure to eat and stay nourished. Your body needs nutrients in cold temperatures.

 

For more information on Canadian Security Training or Safe Winter Working Procedures please email info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.

 


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Essential Skills

 

First Aid and CPR

 

It is important to be prepared for emergency situations since you never know when they can strike. A core skill/course that can help you prepare for these situations is First Aid and CPR. This course is vital to an organization and individuals to ensure the safety of themselves and their staff.

 

In this course participants learn how to respond to an emergency, assess and treat injuries, conduct breathing and circulation exercises, initiate first aid protocols, identify and respond to respiratory and cardiac arrest, learn how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and how to prepare First Aid incident reports.

 

At Canadian Security Training our First Aid instructors have extensive knowledge and experience in Emergency Preparedness, to teach you and your staff how to be prepared.

 

For more information on Canadian Security Training or to book a First Aid and CPR course please email info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.

 


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Terminology

 

Defining Terms in Our Industry

 

In the industry of Security there are many abbreviations, terms and expressions that are used in day to day operations. In this post we thought we would define some of these terms and short forms we use at Canadian Security Training every day to help our clients, partners and followers have a better understanding of our terminology.

 

C.O.R.E:  Compulsory Orientation Required by all Employees. This applies to training courses that are considered essential courses for all employees in an organization.

 

AODA: Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act. This is an Act initiated in Ontario and has made it mandatory for organizations to have AODA training.

 

C.R.I.S.I.S Training: Critical Response Intervention Strategies and Incident Safety.

C.R.I.S.I.S Training provides your staff with the skills to mentally and physically prepare them to handle a critical situation or threat of workplace violence.

 

ERP: Emergency Response Planning. This is a plan that can be used individually or in organizations to create a course of action for emergency situations and protocols.

 

These are a few of the many terms used in the Security Industry every day. For more information on Canadian Security Training or to contact us please email info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.

 


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Emergency Situations

 

What Would You Do?

 

What would you do if a threat such as an Active Shooter or Hostile Intruder enters your workplace? Do you have the proper knowledge, experience and training to protect yourself?

 

At Canadian Security Training we provide an Active Shooter/Hostile Intruder Employee Safety Awareness Seminar. This seminar is taught by highly qualified former or currently serving police officers who have extensive background experience in CRISIS intervention, hostage negotiations and emergency management.

 

This seminar provides the proper knowledge and practical hands on experience to allow individuals to confidently deal with a critical situation or threat of workplace violence, including threat recognition, lockdown procedures and personal security and safety planning.

 

For more information on Canadian Security Training or to learn about upcoming courses please contact us at info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca or call 519-428-9493.

 


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Moving Forward Through COVID-19

Safety Starts With Precautions

 

So where do we go from here?  Regardless of what Sector you work in.  We live in a NEW era.  One, that Workers, Supervisors, Employers and Clients must get used to.  Things are will continue to be different.

 

In many ways, implementing new COVID-19 Policies and Procedures is a good test of every company's Emergency Response Plan (ERP).  In particular, Business Continuity planning and Communications.

 

Things will be very different for a long time.  The key to navigating the COVID-19 pandemic is planning.  Both operational and financial.  As well as Employee wellness.  It will take a lot of patience and out-of-the-box thinking.  A true test to Team performance and co-operation under the IRS.

 

 

For more information, please email us at info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca.

 

 


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COVID-19

Safety Starts With Precautions

 

As we all face the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to remember that your safety starts with taking basic safety precautions.  While it is a very serious situation, it is also important not to panic.  Ensure you and your family follow instructions given out by qualified medical and health professionals.  This includes washing your hands thoroughly, self-isolating, where possible, and maintaining social distancing.

 

It is also very important to remember to have a plan for cooking and preparing meals, getting prescriptions and keeping the kids entertained.  None of this requires panic buying.  To get through this, we must all remain calm and work as a team.  It is not necessary nor helpful for anyone to go panic shopping and clear shelves of necessities.  We are in this together.

 

So, ensure you self-monitor.  If you have any symptoms, do not go directly to the Walk-In clinic or Emergency unless it is a real emergency.  Contact your local Public Health unit and they will screen you over the phone and provide direction.  Stay healthy, stay isolated and don't forget to phone and check-in on family and friends.  We're in this together!

 

For more information, please email us at info@canadiansecuritytraining.ca.

 

 


Don't wait until it's too late.  Be proactive.  Think ahead.  Be safe.

 

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