Hearts abound in February, not just because of Valentine’s day, but also because in 1963 the U.S. President designated the month as “American Heart Month” to promote heart health and draw attention to the dangers of heart disease and cardiac arrest.
Each New Year is an opportunity to revisit personal habits and routines and resolve to make improvements. Start the year strong by evaluating your digital and physical security habits.
Unfortunately, not everyone we come in contact with is happy and compliant. As an officer, it is important to keep calm and remain in control of the situation to keep our clients and others around us safe.
Situational awareness is an important component of individual safety on and off the job. It is tempting to lose focus when performing routine tasks and maintaining operative situational awareness requires real effort.
When an investigation is necessary, Paragon expects its officers to be thorough and efficient while protecting our clients’ interests, the privacy of the individuals involved, and maintaining a standard that reflects our values.
As travel restrictions ease and people begin to move about more freely, it is important to be aware of guidelines that help reduce the spread of sickness. Viruses, such as the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, can be easily transmitted from one person to another.
Active shooting has become a common cause of occupational fatalities in recent times, with instances occurring in schools, offices, shopping malls and other public places. It is essential to know how to react when you face such an incident. Being aware of safety strategies can help you not just stay safe, but also help save the lives of many. An untrained person is likely to react with fear, helplessness and panic. A trained person on the other hand, can make a big difference to himself or herself, to the people around, and to the situation.