Hobby Security Essay

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Hobby Lobby Security At the beginning of each shift we have assigned guards to check our equipment. This includes the trucks, golf carts, radios and pipes used to log tours in the buildings. We have a checklist for the truck and golf carts looking for damage, checking fuel/propane, and making sure everything is in working order. Teamleaders are responsible for making sure that all the office equipment, (radios, pipes, and keys) are turned in from the previous shift. Once the initial tasks are completed they will log their actions in their activity reports. Whether in the cart or in the truck each officer will rotate during their shift to patrol the parking lots. While guards are in the parking lots they have different job duties. Guards …show more content…
If the tow truck driver is on property in response to a call from an employee we will verify the car does belong to the employee. We do not allow repossessions to take place on Hobby Lobby property. Guards will retrieve all the information from the tow truck driver and the employee and remain on site until the tow truck is off …show more content…
Touring the building on foot is required for all guards to ensure they can see and report any damages or breach of security. If there is not a trailer backed into the overhead door then it should not be any higher than 1/3 of the way with employees working in the surrounding area. If the employees are on break or lunch then the doors are to remain closed and locked. Guards that find doors unlocked or propped open without employees in the area will secure them and record the information in their activity report. Finding any damage to an overhead door should be reported to maintenance hotline and their teamleader followed up by putting all the information in their activity report. The only doors inside the buildings the guards will not lock down are the louver doors. Making sure that all emergency exits are clear of obstructions is very important. This includes bot not limited to warehouse equipment, product, and empty pallets. Noticing an obstacle blocking an emergency exit should be reported immediately to the

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