|1.||Supervise Security Officers (CRS-Q-0006057-SE)
This unit was formerly known as ‘Supervise security activities’. It involves understanding security operations procedures, allocating and rostering security officers’ duties, offering guidance and support to security officers, providing supervision of security officers during emergency situations and ensuring health and safety of premises and security officers are maintained.
|2.||Assess and Address Security Risks (CRS-Q-0006057-SE)
Covers the skills and knowledge required to assess client security risks, identify security risks and threats, address security deficiencies, and to submit findings and recommendations.
|3.||Perform Supervisory Duties within Legal Framework* (CRS-Q-0006152-SE)
Covers the knowledge and skills to interpret job roles and responsibilities of security supervisor, apply understanding of contractual agreement to delivery quality security services, demonstrate ability to protect client’s interests and apply understanding of security supervisor’s legal rights and responsibilities at work.
|4.||Induct Security Personnel* (CRS-Q-0018830-SE)
Involves conducting site induction to new and existing security officers, introducing security officers to the appropriate person in-charge of premises, orientating on security officers’ roles & responsibilities, induction on patrol duties, the access control area, security & alarm systems and reception duties.
|1.||Conduct Operation Briefing and Debriefing (CRS-Q-0006248-SE)
Involves conducting pre-operation briefing and post-operation debriefing such as booking of briefing room, sending out invitation to attendees, preparing slides and materials for the briefing session, collating and analyzing information & feedback for post-operation briefing session.
|2.||Contribute to the Management of Security Incidents (CRS-Q-0006137-SE)
Covers the skills and knowledge required to establish various types of incidents, deal with minor and major incidents and submit incident report and attend to post incident activity.
|3.||Monitor and Review Security Operations (CRS-Q-0006250-SE)
Equips the security supervisor with skills and knowledge to prepare for security operations as well as monitor and review security operations.
|4.||Lead and Manage a Team of Security Officers (CRS-Q-0006249-SE)
Covers the skills and knowledge required to plan performance of security team, influence the team’s performance, assess and review security team’s performance.
|5.||Deploy Security Equipment (CRS-Q-0022721-SE)
This unit of competency specifies the knowledge, skills and attitudes required by security personnel to interpret the security plan, deployment of security equipment and supervision of security personnel manning access control, alarm monitoring and CCTV monitoring.
|6.||Perform Monitoring and Reporting Duties at Central Command Centre (CRS-Q-0022849-SE)
This unit equips security personnel with the knowledge and skills to take over duty, monitor status of field personnel, manage situations and hand over duty. This includes exercising the skills and knowledge in management of multi-sites, acting as a resource co-ordinator at the central command centre for all agency sites.
|7.||Perform Security Command Centre Activities at Client's Premises (CRS-Q-0022850-SE)
This unit equips security personnel with the knowledge and skills to prepare for operations, monitor and respond to security situations and supervise maintenance of security systems and information.
|8.||Supervise Crowd and Traffic Control Activities (CRS-Q-0030612-SE)
This unit covers the skills and knowledge to effectively supervise and assess the needs in relation to crowd and traffic requirements in the client’s premises. It also trains supervisors to establish communication with all relevant personnel including client representatives and agency staff . In addition, it includes the skills required to observe and ensure compliance with legal and fire safety requirements, manage onsite deployment including the management and review of incidents and to ensure that supervision of crowd and traffic control activities are carried out in a competent manner.
*Eligible for Assessment only Pathway (AOP). Please click here for more information.