Industrial Security Management Definition Of Terms
3 Categories of Security Guards Belonging to the Blue Army
Alarm – a device that signals.
Clear Zone – the exterior and interior parallel area near the perimeter barrier of an industrial compound to afford better observation and patrol movement.
Controlled Area – an area near or adjacent to limited or exclusive areas where entry is restricted.
Dry Run – practical test or exercise of a plan.
Ducks – in England, an owner to protect his compound used and they are not only effective but cheap to maintain.
Duress Code – a type of code system so that security personnel when forced by armed men intending to enter an installation can give alarm by the use of certain words in casual conversation with other personnel in the installation.
Exclusion Area – a restricted area containing materials of security interest.
Human Made Hazards in an Industrial Firm
Main Office – all agencies shall maintain a main office in their registered addresses.
PADPAO – Philippine Association of Detective and Protective Agency Operator
PCSUSIA/SAGSD – the government agency that issues licenses for private and government security guard.
Perimeter Barrier – the first line of physical defense of a building, compound, or comples viewing from the outside.
Peterman – a term used in England for lock pickers, safe crackers and penetrators of restricted/prohibited areas.
Private Detective – any person who does detective work for hire, reward or commission other than members of the PNP, NBI, AFP, BJMP and other law enforcement agency of the government.
Private Detective – Qualifications – in addition to those prescribed for a security guard.
Relative Criticality of Operation – the importance of an establishment with reference to the national economy and security.
Relative Vulnerability – the susceptability of a plant or establishment to damage, loss, or destruction of operation due to various hazards.
Restricted Area – if access is limited only to the authorized.
Safe – a metallic container used for the safekeeping of documents or other small items in an office or installation.
SAGSD – Security Agency in Guard Supervisory Division
Security Guard – one who is a holder of a security guard license duly issued by the PNP
Security Guard – Qualifications
Security Survey – also known as security audit, risk assessment, and vulnerability assessment.
Top Guard – this is an additional outwardly inclined structure usually barbed wires placed above a vertical fence to increase physical protection from intruders of a certain area.
Vault – a heavily constructed container usually part of a building structure used for keeping and protecting cash and documents.
Victimology – a special study concerned with what makes an individual a victim of crime.
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