Critical consistency for your security business.
Over the past 5 years, there has been a steady increase in security industry investigations*.
Some of the compliance areas you need to adhere to include:
- Staff training and continuing professional development. Safety for your security providers is paramount. Relevant training allows them to manage any situation they
find themselves in, while having the skills to remain as safe as possible in the workplace.
- Licensing. Keeping your licence up-to-date and if you’re a member of SPAAL, being audited in the Queensland security firm licence audit scheme for compliance to the SPAAL Code of Conduct.
- Alarm monitoring certification and compliance with the requirements of AS2201.2.
- How you handle complaints and dispute resolution.
Some of the features you may like:
- Quality workforce Onboarding
- Onboarding from home using elearning before starting work
- Incident Management and Quality Checklists on iPads
- On-going use of elearning and paperless assessment, automated records management, significantly reduces staff down time
- Create your own daily task checklists
- Suitable for fairly high staff turnover and low experience in the industry
- Standard Procedures and Processes
- Assessible on tablets and mobiles
- Alert, Notify and Report
- Review checklist, measure results, email and SMS alerts, weekly/monthly reports
- Compliance reporting.
Use Tutis to get new staff up-to-speed quickly, including the use of pre-start onboarding remotely via elearning. Use elearning to keep staff informed and up-to-date with readily available access to current policies, procedures and forms. Use of paperless incident management using tablets.