Hello and welcome to 2017. We hope that you had a break over the holidays and were able to recharge your batteries a bit. We’ve been busy behind the scenes: creating new content, researching new equipment and ideas, and prepping a few surprises. Over the course of the next month, we’ll be rolling out some […]Read More Happy New Year!
A little deviation from the norm this week as we approach Spring Break across this great land of ours. This one is for the kids! Spring Break! Ah, the memories: Sunshine, the beach, attractive guys and gals, refreshing beverages, and adventures to last a lifetime. While our Spring Break days are long over, we are […]Read More Spring Break Safety Tips
Businesses of all kinds run inventory checks throughout the year. And while 99% of inventory processes involve physical materials (stock or goods), I think it important to consider your Security Staff while doing “inventory checks”. I do not mean physically lining up your staff and counting them to see if you’ve lost anyone. What I mean is […]Read More Taking inventory
On Thursday, December 7th, 2013, a young bartender by the name of Mallory Rae Dies was crossing the street. She was struck by a driver who fled the scene. He was apprehended a few blocks away after crashing his car into a tree. Mallory was taken to the hospital. On Wednesday, December 11th, 2013, Mallory […]Read More Don’t (Let Them) Drink and Drive
Over the years, I have interviewed a number of security staff and managers. Their unique perspectives and differing approaches to Nightclub/Bar Security are always incredibly informative. As I considered what to write for this most recent blog post, I realized that I had not yet interviewed someone from the higher levels of management and ownership about […]Read More Nightclub Industry Interview: Asaf Dimant
Safety is one of the greatest concerns you have as a Security Staffer. Working in a dimly lit, noisy environment, full of semi- to heavily intoxicated individuals of every possible background should be enough to make anyone sweat a little. Add to that the reality of your job being to limit liability in said environment […]Read More Weapons in Nightclubs
If you search the Interwebs, you will find numerous images under the title “Sleeping Security Guard”. I would love to say that this is not an issue encountered on a regular basis…but unfortunately, it is. And while I posted the photo above to illustrate a point, the point is NOT “Don’t sleep on the job” […]Read More Attitude and Approach, Part 2