At CSIPS, we know the importance and challenge of providing a safe environment in the corporate arena. In the ever changing work-place, safety and security are of key importance for all organizations. Security and safety is now a primary component of the company business strategy and values.
Our agents are trained professionals that understand the importance of your employee and client’s safety and security.
Our agents are trained in the following areas:
- Armed and unarmed security
- Threat assessments
- Asset protection
- Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
- Video Surveillance
- Computer Intrusion
- First Aid, CPR and AED Training
- Verbal Defensive Conflict Management
- Active Shooter Training
Corporate Security FAQs
We are looking into security for our corporate headquarters. Is it effective to have unarmed security?
At CSIPS, we have analyzed what is more efficient, unarmed or armed security? In addition, we understand that it is important to be cost effective and have professional security who can provide a safe environment for your employees and your clients. We have found that providing unarmed uniformed security in conjunction with concealed armed security in business attire is a professional model of keeping your employees and clients safe without having them feel intimidated.
Verbal Defensive Conflict Management is the use of words to maintain mental and emotional safety. This kind of “conflict management” involves using posture and body language, tone of voice, and choice of words as a means for calming a potentially volatile situation before it can manifest into physical violence. This often involves techniques such as taking a time-out, deflecting the conversation to less argumentative topics, and/or redirecting the conversation to other individuals in the group who are less passionately involved.
At CSIPS, we understand the importance of reducing “liability” when dealing with individuals who are in an agitated state of mind. Our goal is to give knowledge to the employee of what to say in advance and to be able to identify people, situations, and/or behaviors to eliminate a hostile event from occurring.