AlliedBarton One of Best at Training Employees
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. – AlliedBarton Security Services announces it has made Training magazine’s Top 100 list.
According to the company, this is its first time on the list, and AlliedBarton was the only contract security services firm named to it. The honor was announced March 5 at the magazine’s annual awards dinner.
“We are very proud of our training program, its track record and of our employees who are committed to excellence every day,” said CEO Bill Whitmore. “We strive for ongoing improvement in the training arena, and we are honored to receive this recognition.”
When protecting a client’s employees, residents, or visitors, a security officer must be well-trained and ready for any scenario. Yet, because each of AlliedBarton’s customers has different security needs, the company’s training program must also be flexible. Officers must be skilled in the core fundamentals of security and then be taught the nuances of a particular client’s requirements.
While training to become officers, AlliedBarton employees are also learning the skills they need to move up the company’s ladder into management. The company hopes this focus on the employee will keep officers around because sometimes an experienced officer can make all the difference in a crisis and in the training of a new employee.
For more information on the company, go to www.AlliedBarton.com.
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