On behalf of Korean Air Department in Seoul, we are very pleased and happy to let you know that your employees did an excellent job finding a concealed, disassembled hand gun with bullets on March 29th during X-ray screening of flight KE073.

If they had not looked very carefully and without a great concentration, we believe it would have been missed and loaded into our flight”.

Yung-Keun Koo
Korean Air - Regional Manager

Employment


Hiring Policies

  • Submit 10 year employment history

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • Be a high school graduate or have G.E.D.

  • Be a US Citizen or have necessary authority from the INS to be employed as a security officer

  • Have a valid Washington driver’s license (or ID) 

  • Have reliable means of transportation

  • Successfully complete and pass pre-assignment security training

  • Have strong verbal and written skills

  • Complete character and reference background check

  • Complete a criminal background check (DOL)

Application Form (pdf) 
Print and fill out this form and mail to: 

Olympic Security Services Inc.
631 Strander Boulevard, Suite A
Tukwila, WA 98188

Employee Turnover

Olympic Security continually maintains a low turnover rate by offering various recognition programs to improve employee morale. These programs are designed to recognize, motivate, and reward employees, thus lowering employee turnover.

Training Program

  • Complete and pass Washington required guard registration examinations.

  • Complete formal classroom training.

  • Participate in on-the-job training.

  • Document all testing and training in employee files.

  • Train and test all employees on a semi-annual basis.

  • Utilize management training courses (Peak Performance Program, etc.).

Training Guidelines

Olympic Security has established a training guideline which we use to design a unique training program for each of our client's security needs. Years of proven field experience and the operational vision of our senior managers guide us in the development of these training programs. 

Combining the skills and knowledge common to all security positions into a single training module: 

  • Appearance

  • Human Communication

  • Personal Attitude/Approach

  • Problem Resolution

  • Documentation

  • Time Management and 

  • Quality/Process Improvement. 

Training materials and tools are published and delivered to sites with a formal mechanism and time line for updates. Assessment tools are included to help evaluate the return on investment.  Operational and performance matrixes are established to help measure retention, performance, and manager time.

 

Olympic Security Services, Inc.
1-800-245-7536

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