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China Defender

Code of conduct for security guards

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2017-10-11

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Behavioral norms (1) generous manners, conversation natural. (2) Maintain a good sitting, standing and walking posture at all times, hold your head high, do not hunch, stagger, lean forward and lean back, do not stretch, do not hold hands, back hands, fork hips or insert your hands into your waist bag. The correct standing posture, walking posture and sitting posture of the security guard: ① correct standing posture. The feet and shoulders are naturally separated vertically (weight falls on both feet), with flat shoulders, straight head, straight eyes looking ahead, chest out and recovery. ② The right walk. The basic steps of the security guard are divided into step, step and running. Qi Bu is a long-term footwork. When walking, you should

Behavioral norms

(1) the manners are generous and decent, and the conversation is natural.

 

(2) Maintain a good sitting, standing and walking posture at all times, hold your head high, do not hunch, stagger, lean forward and lean back, do not stretch, do not hold hands, back hands, fork hips or insert your hands into your waist bag.

 

The correct standing, walking and sitting posture of the security guard:

The correct posture. The feet and shoulders are naturally separated vertically (weight falls on both feet), with flat shoulders, straight head, straight eyes looking ahead, chest out and recovery.

② The right walk. The basic steps of the security guard are divided into step, step and running. Qi Bu is a long-term footwork. When walking, you should walk in a straight line, with a steady body, a strong pace and an obvious rhythm. Walk lightly in the corridor and do not run (emergency

except). No shoulder-to-shoulder, arm-in-arm, smoking while walking, eating, laughing and playing.

The correct sitting position. When sitting on a chair stool, the legs are naturally close together, and the head, neck, chest and waist are naturally straight.

 

  (3) When talking with people, your eyes should look straight ahead, don't look left and right, and your hands should droop naturally.

 

(4) When going out to work, on duty and in and out of public places in uniform, you are not allowed to stand down or put your hands into your pockets, hum songs, whistle, stomp your feet, spit or litter everywhere, and drink alcohol.

 

(5) When on duty, they are not allowed to eat at their posts or tidy up their clothes in public.

 

(6) We should consciously abide by public order and social morality, and respect the democratic customs and habits of the minority.

 

(7) In case of a class leader or a visitor, get up to greet and say hello in case of emergency. Please invite the visitor to sit down before you can sit down. Visitors should get up and move to greet each other.

 

(8) Before entering the offices of superior leaders or other departments, you should stand outside the door and knock on the door three times before entering with consent. If the door is closed, you should bring it gently when you come out.

 

(9) When entering or leaving the office or elevator, you should take the initiative to open the door or press and hold the elevator button first, and ask your customers, ladies or visitors to go first.

 

(10) Listen patiently to the questions, difficulties, requirements and opinions raised by customers or visitors. Under the principle of confidentiality system, you must answer all questions and answer them accurately (if you are not sure about your answer, you should politely apologize, contact relevant personnel to give answers, or leave written records and reply in time.)

 

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