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Being a better door supervisor (part four)

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Friday, October 13, 2017, In : Door Supervisors 
A doorman will very often have only a few seconds to weigh up a situation before they need to react in some way. Reacting in the correct way is obviously fundamental to being a good door supervisor – in order to do that, you need to be able to understand the type of situation that is occurring.



A good way to do this is to have a mental gauge of the various degrees of trouble you are confronted with. For example:

A level 1 situation could be a low threat incident where the patron is asked to l...

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Being a better door supervisor (part two)

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Friday, October 13, 2017, In : Door Supervisors 
Where possible and when appropriate, the back exit is often the best to use.



Not only is it less crowded to take the patron out via the back exit, it also stops other customers from seeing the problems taking place and potentially put off those waiting in line from entering.

A good door supervisor will be able to look around the bar and be able to judge approximately how close to full capacity it actually is. Furthermore, in large clubs the establishment should be recording just how many patron...

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Door Supervisors for Pubs, Bars, Clubs, Manchester

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Tuesday, July 11, 2017, In : Door Supervisors Manchester 

At Spartan 24 Hour Security we understand that our security services are often the front line defence against loss of revenue, damage to property, unpleasant incidents and aggressive behaviour. The days of a ‘bouncer’ are gone and in their place is the expectation of a professional, stable door supervisor who can diffuse situations.


 


As a rule we supply door supervisors with the personality for the job. For your business, it is not an unrealistic expectation to have door supervision staff ...


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Door Supervisors Greater Manchester

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Friday, May 26, 2017, In : Door Supervisors 
Trained and licensed door supervisors

We provide door security for pubs, clubs, hotels, casinos and other venues where a discreet and professional security presence is required. Our door supervisors ultimate aim is to fulfil their duty of care to protect your clientele, property and your staff, your reputation among your neighbours, the wider community, the local authority and the police, and even your suppliers and chain of command. All this matters to the success of your business, and our ai...

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Door Supervisors Merseyside

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Thursday, May 25, 2017, In : Door Supervisors 
We are an established Door Supervisor company providing door supervisors to businesses and individuals in Merseyside and the North West England. We have been supplying door staff to Night clubs, Restaurants, Pubs and Private Parties with experienced doormen who are friendly and able to communicate with patrons without appearing too threatening or intimidating.



Far from being ‘bouncers’, professional door supervisors from Spartan 24 Hour Security are highly trained and regulated, adhering t...

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Door Supervisors Cheshire

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Sunday, May 21, 2017, In : Door Supervisors 
Spartan 24 Hour Security door supervisors are all fully licensed and undergo a 5-year screening in compliance with BS7858 before commencing operational duties.



Each member of our team is subjected to rigorous background checks complying with industry requirements. In order for the door supervisors to be of the highest quality, Spartan 24 Hour Security provides every member of the team with an extensive training program to enable them to be professional in every eventuality.

As a company we bel...

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Working as a Door Supervisor

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Saturday, May 6, 2017, In : Working As A Door Supervisor 
Door supervisors are on duty at licensed premises and places of regulated entertainment like nightclubs, pubs and discos. They are responsible for keeping order and ensuring the comfort, safety and security of customers and staff. They enforce club regulations on who can come in, and on dress code, carry out safety checks and liaise with the police. Door supervisors can be male or female.



Work Activities

Door supervisors check on people going in and out of hotels, pubs, clubs, casinos and other...

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Working as a Hotel Doorman

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Thursday, April 27, 2017, In : Hotel Security 
The job of a doorman is more important than many think. A doorman is usually the first person someone encounters when entering a building, and making a good first impression can make the guest or resident feel comfortable and secure. Doormen should have a clean-cut appearance and a cheerful attitude. They should remain professional at all times. A good sense of humour can also be a plus.



Educational Requirements

Becoming a doorman has no educational requirements. Many hotels will hire high scho...

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Risk Factors In The Use Of Physical Interventions

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Saturday, November 19, 2016, In : Skills For Security 
Techniques which should be avoided

Any physical intervention and particularly forceful restraint can lead to medical complications, sudden death or permanent disability, especially where situational and individual risk factors are present.



  • Strikes and kicks - Any strike must be recognised as a high-risk technique; whether it is a punch, kick, use of the knee, head or elbow, damage is likely to be sustained and can result in falls with devastating consequences.

  • Interventions involving the neck, s...

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Reducing The Risk Of Harm When Physical Interventions Are Used

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Monday, October 24, 2016, In : Skills For Security 
Dynamically assessing the risk of assault

You may have already seen the process of dynamic risk assessment using your Door Supervision Training. This can be applied to reduce the risk of assault in a situation.



1. Step back - Don't rush into an intervention - is it really necessary? If you have to account for your actions, then you need to be able to show a clear justification for how you approached the situation.

2. Assess threat and risks of harm to staff and to others through a decision to us...
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The Skills Of A Door Supervisor

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Saturday, April 2, 2016, In : Skills For Security 

It takes a certain kind of person to work as a doorman. In my time I've seen them all, so-called big hard men who go missing when a bad incident occurs. Cocky younger doormen who have plenty of verbal but can't back it up, not forgetting the odd psycho who wants to fight anyone. I remember my first night as a doorman, working at a nightclub for someone. I was put with a tough old bloke, one of the old-school doormen, who acted first and thought about it later. I got rather a lot of exercise w...


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Maintaining knowledge and skills

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Monday, December 22, 2014, In : Skills For Security 
Physical skills can erode over time placing a Door Supervisor and others at risk. It is therefore important that Door Supervisors frequently and safely practice their skills to keep them fresh and accurate. This will at certain points include formal training and recertification events, where a Door Supervisors competency in the skills will be assessed by a certified trainer. The frequency and approach to both work based practice and formal recertification events will be in line with the role,...
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Door Supervisors

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Wednesday, June 5, 2013, In : Door Supervisors 
We provide Door Supervisors for Pubs, Nightclubs, Events, Hotels, Casinos, Parties. All our Door Supervisors are hand picked and have excellent communication skills, alot of common sense, and many years experience. Excellent communication skills is the most important quality we look for. The day of the Nightclub bouncer is over. Most situations can be dealt with verbally. Making people feel welcome and comfortable at a venue is an important factor and limits the chance  of an incident. ...
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