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Beaumont Health System Security Officer in Trenton, Michigan

divPosition Title:Security OfficerGeneral Summary: Responsible for maintaining a safe and peaceful environment for all individuals on hospital property. Under general supervision and following standardized policies and procedures, is responsible for maintaining a secure and orderly environment and protection of the grounds and off-site buildings for Beaumont Health (BH), to include safety of all employees, visitors and patients. This position may require Armed Security Officers to obtain Public Act 330 certification and will have the ability to arrest for misdemeanors offenses and will be required to complete the Michigan State Police PA330 certification requirements.Essential Duties:1. Patrol campus on foot and in vehicle (or on bike as assigned). Offers such assistance as unlocking doors inside or doing motor assists outside, is ever observant to suspicious activities and security violations.2. Accepts and performs various duties at assigned post and provides assistance to patient, visitors and employees. Enforces rules, regulations and policies of the hospital as appropriate.3.Works by assisting in the Security Operations Center monitoring phones, alarms, cameras and radio traffic.4. Provides statistical safety and security reporting to internal customers and senior management regarding safety and security performance, improvement strategies/initiatives, and compliance issues as required.5. Completes assigned or self-generated reports or logs daily on all activities, irregularities and investigations; logs all calls and accepts and logs all lost articles. Sends reports to managers and executives.6. Investigates suspected crimes on the hospital grounds and off-site locations, prepares reports, and evaluates pertinent data and other necessary documentation. Co-operates with law enforcement on complaints.7. Provides security escorts and other assistance to employees, visitors or patients as conditions warrant for safety or as assigned.8. Responds to routine inquiries and directs visitors to appropriate areas, prevents unauthorized access to restricted areas.9. Use proactive non-violent verbal de-escalation skills to neutralize volatile situations involving patients, staff, and visitors without escalating the event into a violent incident.10. Assists nursing staff with physical management/ restraint of patients as ordered by a physician.11. In dealing with non-patient aggressors, use defensive tactics and approved MCOLES force continuum if necessary to safeguard lives and well-being of staff, patients, and visitors.May be required to possess, carry, and utilize Conduit Electronic Weapons, tasers, and other weapons in conjunction with the MCOLES force continuum as determined by Beaumont Health policy.12. May provide CPR/ first aid in the event of a medical emergency on the grounds or in common areas until trained medical staff can arrive from the Emergency Department (acute care) or Local Fire Department (ambulatory) as per EMTALA law.13. Assist Emergency Department staff with Hazmat/ Decontamination procedures to include donning and doffing of PAPR's/ Tyvek suits as well as providing security and keeping order in the decontamination area.14. Reports and responds to incidents of fire and/or safety hazards. Inspects firefighting apparatus, extinguishers; provides assistance with regularly scheduled fire, disaster and other emergency drills.15. Releases patient remains to appropriate agencies or funeral homes.At locations where PA 330

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