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Procedure Documentation Experience

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Procedure Documentation Experience

  1. 1. Procedure Documentation Experience • Instructed contract security site manager on how to properly develop a training program for security personnel. – J. C. Penny’s (2,000,000+ sq. ft.) Warehouse, Columbus, Ohio. • Instructed contract security site manager on how to properly develop a professional security site procedure manual for security personnel. – Airborne Express (2,000 Acre) Airport in Wilmington, Ohio. • Documented facility security and emergency procedures and developed a professional security site procedure manual for security personnel. – K-Mart’s (568,000 sq. ft.) warehouse, Columbus. Ohio. • Documented facility security and emergency procedures and developed a professional security site procedure manual for security personnel. – Sears’ (3,979,333 sq. ft.) Warehouse, Columbus, Oh. • Documented facility security and emergency procedures and developed a professional security site procedure manual for security personnel. – Eddie Bauer’s (3,979,333 sq. ft.) Warehouse, Columbus, Oh. • Documented facility security and emergency procedures and developed a professional security site procedure manual for security personnel. – Abbott laboratories facilities in Columbus, Ohio. • Documented facility emergency procedure and developed a professional emergency site procedure manual for security personnel. – Anheuser-Busch’s (1,306,000 sq. ft.) Canning Plant, Columbus, Oh. • Documented facility truck gate security procedures and developed a professional security site procedure manual for security personnel. – Spiegel (330,000 sq. ft.) warehouse in Columbus, Ohio. • Wrote new facility security and emergency procedures and developed a professional security site procedure manual. – Continental Center (477,000 sq. ft.) Building at 150 E. Gay St., Columbus, Oh. Steps Taken When Documented Procedures 1. Obtain knowledge of site by being trained as a security guard. 2. Obtain approval and support from client for project. 3. Assimilate all old / current security / emergency procedures, pass-ons, notes and published material on equipment used by security personnel. 4. Input (type or scan) information into word possessing software. 5. Organize by topic (e.g. Fire Prevention, Access Control, Patrol Rounds, etc.) 6. Then organize by tasks. Conduct a Job Task Analysis for all security positions and all shifts. Utilize mind- mapping software to organize topics and tasks. 7. Remove repetition, spell check, and correct grammar 8. Print and review with security guards to determine: out dated tasks & procedures / information; current actual tasks & procedures / information; and missing tasks & procedures / information. 9. Update. 10. Spell check, print, and review with client for what tasks should be done and how each task is to be performed. 11. Update and re-write tasks in Structural English format (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structured_English ) to ensure all situations (conditions) are addressed, easily understood, and not misinterpreted. For complex procedures, flow-chart with text-to-chart possess mapping software. 12. Insert task numbers, step numbers, and sub-step numbers (e.g. 3.2.3 ) 13. Add page headers that include: “page of page” numbers; reviewed date; and numbers / titles of Chapters, Units, and Section. 14. Spell check, print, and review with security guards, for editing on: completeness; accuracy; and any additional need information. 15. Update. 16. Spell check, print, and review with client, for editing on: completeness; accuracy; and any additional need information. 17. Update and spell check. 18. Repeat steps 14 thru 17 as many times as necessary utilizing track changes capabilities of the word processing software. 19. Print final draft for client review. 20. Update and spell check. 21. Convert procedures into a professional manual format. Place procedures in a three ring binder with an insertable professional looking cover along with a table of contents and tabs. If emergency procedures are separate, place the emergency procedures into a red color three ring binder. 22. Print final copy for client review and sign. 23. Publish as many as needed and distribute as needed.

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