CODE OF CONDUCT
1. To carry with him at all times during his tour of duty his license and identification card and the permit to carry firearms.
2. He shall not use his license and privileges to the prejudice of the public, clients or customers and his agency.
3. He shall not engage in any unnecessary conversation with anybody except in discharge of his duties or sit down unless required by the nature of his work and at all times keep himself alert during his tour of duty.
4. He shall not read newspapers, magazines, books, etc. while actually performing his duties.
5. He shall not drink intoxicating liquor immediately during or before his tour of duty.
6. He shall know the location of the fire alarm box near his post and to sound the alarm in case of fire or disorder.
7. He shall know to operate the fire extinguisher at his post.
8. He shall know the location of the telephone / and the telephone number of the police precincts as well as the telephone number of the fire stations in the locality.
9. He shall immediately notify the police in case of any sign of disorder, strikes, riot, or any serious violation of the life and property.
10. He shall familiarize himself with the Private Security Agency Law (RA No.5487) and the implementing rules and regulations.
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Most people don't even know it, but in 2009 the British Columbia government introduced a Code of Conduct for security guards. It was put into the Security Services Act Regulations, in section 14.A large part of the reason the government decided to inroduce the Code of Conduct was pressure from a number of civil liberties and poverty advocacy groups. They have complained that private security guards have too much power to kick people off property for trespassing, and that they use this in a biased manner that targets the poor and disadvantaged. There were also allegations of security guards being overly aggressive with "street people" and similar complaints. So, this Code of Conduct was developed.Now, everyone in BC who has a security licence is bound by this Code of Conduct. People who violate provisions of the Code could face disciplinary action from the government inspectors appointed by the Ministry of Public Safety.The Code , as contained in section 14 of the Regulation, iis as follows:The registrar may impose on a licence to engage in any type of security work the condition that(a) the licensee, or(b) if the licensee is a business entity, every individual about whom the business entity made a disclosure under section 13 of the Act,while engaged in security work or carrying on the security business,(c) must act with honesty and integrity,(d) must respect and use all property and equipment in accordance with the conditions of his or her licence,(e) must comply with all federal, provincial and municipal laws,(f) must treat all persons equally, without discrimination based on a person's race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, age or economic or social status,(g) must not use profane, abusive or insulting language or actions,(h) must not use unnecessary force,(i) must not engage in behaviour that is prohibited by law,(j) must respect the privacy of others by complying with privacy legislation and treating all information received while working as confidential,
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No Code of Conduct was created in 1998.
It's Ghana... they have no code.. or conduct...
The duration of No Code of Conduct is 1.58 hours.
The Code of Conduct was to attack America
The code of conduct for knights is called a Chivalry.
Macy's code of conduct is "get down and suck this DICK!"
The country code and area code of Bukidnon, Philippines is 63, (0)8851.