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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-428-9493.
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