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Healthcare Facilities Security

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9845 ERMA ROAD, SUITE 300 SAN DIEGO CA 92131

(888) 210-7333

info@allstatess.com

ALLSTATE SECURITY SERVICES, INC., Essential to the security of a healthcare facility is a site-specific operational plan. An effective operational plan must take into consideration your facility’s distinctive challenges in a budget- conscious manner. Our plans will address your particular vulnerabilities, sensitive areas, security inefficiencies, and general operations by working closely with your security directors.

Why AllState?

Allstate Security stands out by offering an integrated approach to security by combining big-company resources with the heart of a small business. Allstate’s hands-on management, highly trained officers and advanced technology is tailored specifically for each facility.

Our Funcations

To ensure AllState employs only the most qualified security guards, all candidates undergo a strict selection process. They must pass interviewing and testing from our senior professionals as well as rigorous physical testing. Our process gauges levels of physical strength, mental acuity, integrity, security proficiency and commitment and dedication to duty.

Examined doors, windows, and gates to determine that they are secure.

Patrolled facility and manned post as instructed by security management.

Protect the healthcare facilities customers, staff and property.

Enforcement of safety rules, regulations to reduces damage & accidents.

Quality Control as Way of Life

Essentially, a security guard can take on a range of roles within a Healthcare facilities environment. We call these dual roles and they include maintain order and protect the healthcare facilities customers, staff and property. AllState security officers will show up good judgment and common sense, follow directions, testify accurately in court, and follow company policy and guidelines. In an emergency, they will be able to take charge and direct others to safety. In larger facilities, a security manager might oversee a group of security officers. In smaller organizations, however, a single worker may be solely responsible for all security.