Emergency response plan 1:
Theft, bandits and police emergency handling
1. When security personnel use violence or other means publicly (such as beating, smashing, robbing, stealing, etc.) to damage or threaten the safety of life and property of the unit or the masses during their duty, they should earnestly perform their duties as security guards and quickly stop crimes.
2. When a sudden case occurs, we should keep calm and try to subdue the criminals. At the same time, we should call for rescue through communication equipment immediately. And report to the leaders in time.
3, security personnel must immediately arrive at the scene after hearing the distress signal.
4. If a criminal suspect escapes and fails to catch up for a while, it is necessary to see clearly the number, clothing, appearance, physical characteristics, means of transportation and characteristics used.
5. The scene of a crime (including the scene of theft and robbery) should be protected. Before the arrival of the police, no one should move anything without authorization, including all traces of hands, footprints and cigarette butts left by the criminals, and no outsiders should be allowed to enter the scene. The security guards should not leave the scene until the police have completed the investigation or the scene investigation. Open.
6. Record all the information provided by the user, record the stolen goods and their value, and ask the household if there are any clues.
7. If a crime is committed in the course of operation and there is no fixed site, all kinds of articles and tools left behind by a criminal suspect should be properly preserved and handled by the public security organ, and traces such as fingerprints of security personnel or other personnel should not be left on the articles.
8. If any person is injured, he should try to deliver the hospital immediately and report to his superior unit.
9, the security guard completes the on-site record, and writes a written report to the relevant departments.
Emergency response plan two:
Find a fight
1. On duty (or owners'complaints) or when the monitoring center notifies that someone is arguing or fighting, it is necessary to stop them in time.
Reminder: the principle of stopping quarrels and fighting is:
(1) dissuade both sides from stopping or stopping.
(2) persuade the parties or owners of the quarrel or fight to leave the scene.
(3) to fight a weapon, the armed party should be stopped first.
(4) a wounded person first sends the wounded to the hospital for treatment.
2. Report to the superior leaders promptly and mediate by the superior units. If the personal strength is weak, reinforcement should be requested.
3, when we stop the quarrels and the two sides of the fight, we must not be rude.
Emergency response plan three:
Found that the owner was drunk or troublemakers.
1. Drunk or psychotic people lose their normal reason and are in a state of uncontrollability. They are liable to cause injury to themselves or other personnel. Security guards should take timely control and supervision measures against them.
2, notify the family members of intoxicated or mentally ill patients in time to send them back.
3. If a drunk or mentally ill person commits any act that endangers public order or infringes upon others, he or she shall report it to the superior leaders in time.
Emergency response plan four:
Disposal of dangerous goods such as explosives
1. When security personnel discover or receive suspicious items, they should immediately report to the competent leadership and relevant departments, and stay at the scene to prevent anyone from reaching the suspicious items.
2. Supervisory leaders immediately organize personnel to rush to the scene and inform relevant personnel about the situation. If suspicious goods are initially identified as dangerous goods, they immediately evacuate the people in the nearby areas and set up temporary warning lines. No one may enter without authorization.
3, report to the public security organ immediately, and notify the leader of the company.
4, conduct a comprehensive search of nearby areas to eliminate hidden dangers.
5, when the police arrive at the scene, assist the police to eliminate the hidden danger of explosives and conduct investigation.
6. If the danger has already occurred, the security personnel should rush to the scene immediately to assist in rescuing and operating the wounded, stabilize the mood of the personnel, protect the scene and resettle the evacuated personnel.