NAME: Security Policy, Procedures and Guidelines for Contractors
BENEFITS: Security and emergency response measures must account not just for your own workers and employees but those of contractors and subcontractors who may be present at your facility or on your premises. The first step is to orient contractors of your security and emergency response procedures before they begin work. That’s what this form does.
HOW TO USE THE TOOL: This Model Policy, which is based on one developed by the University of Manitoba, is a good example of how to organize your own policy. Of course, you’ll need to modify the specific details so they conform with the security and emergency response procedures you actually use at your own facilities.
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