At Regal Security Inc. there is never any shame in discussing mental health, especially during COVID-19.
As we all know, mental health issues are on the rise and we are here to support our staff, clients, and the general public
We support our security staff with training, guidance and the know how to successfully get through a stressful day. Supporting people in crisis is an ever-increasing role for our security teams. Feeling supported, safe and prepared for these events is why ongoing training at our very own Training Academy is vital. De-escalation is a valuable tool when dealing with a mental health event, our security team is prepared, and Regal Security Inc. has their backs! We support mental health!
Our team of Everyday Superheroes™ deal with people in crisis at:
“Significant training in how to deal with mental health issues is required throughout the policing community and the security industry as the number of incidences continues to rise.” – Canadian Security Magazine
We at Regal Security Inc. support our guard’s well-being with in-depth and ongoing training like Incident Reporting, WHMIS, Pandemic Awareness Training, Workplace Violence, Emergency First Aid, Sensitivity Training. We are certified by the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB)-CAN/CGSB-133.1-2017) for training of security guards and training of security supervisors.
Regal’s guards are trained and prepared
Our guards are armed with a unique set of skills to address a diverse range of interactions, from courteously answering questions to discreetly preventing a potential altercation. Being well prepared out in the field is our best defence. Our goal is to ensure our staff are confident, a very important trait for all front-line workers, and go home with a sense of pride after a job well done. We treat our employees like family by providing them with the skills and experience they need to be safe on the job.
To find out more about how we support our guards, or for more information on our upcoming training schedule, or to view current job postings on our careers page, please visit www.regalsecurity.ca.
“Social connections are an opportunity to seek and share support, talk through difficult feelings, share a laugh, keep up-to-date with loved ones, and help each other cope. This pandemic is a lot for one person to deal with on their own.”- Canadian Mental Health Association
For any mental health concerns that require immediate help, please visit www.ontario.cmha.ca for a list of resources and mental health tips. If you or anyone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call 911 right away.