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Application
Exhibit 5
Page 1 of 87
APPLIC£JVI' IS &PPLUNG FOR A. FRAc~CRISE TO PROVIDE
SECIJRITY SERl'ICES EMPLOYING:
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FIRE&IIlUS C&IIIIYING SECURITY PERSONNEL
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NON-FIIIE&III'IIS CARRYING SECIJRITY PERSONNEl,
An application will not be deemed completed and processed until all required documents and fees are received.
Note: Applicant is defined as the legal entity applying for the franchise. All information contained in this
application shall apply only to the Applicant, not to any parent, affiliate, or subsidiary entities.
Applicant's
Name AlliedBarton Security Services, LLC.
(Name as it appears on the certificate of incorporation, charter, by-laws, or other official document)
Applicant's Business Address 600 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Suite 350 Deerfield Beach Fl33441
Number I
Street
E-mail address [email protected]
Phone # (954) 698-5888
Fax#:
City/State/Zip
(954) 425-8275
Name of the person authorized to bind the Applicant
(This person's signature must appear on Page 10.)
Name Jose Ubieta
Title Vice President of Operations
Business Address 600 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Suite 350, Deerfield Beach Fl 33441
Number I
Phone # (786) 838-6699
Fax#:
City/State/Zip
Street
E-mail address [email protected]
(954) 425-8275
Provide the Name and Contact Information of Applicant's Representative to whom questions about
this application are to be directed: (if different from the person authorized to bind the Applicant)
Representative's Name____________________________
Representative's Title _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Representative's Business Address_-c:-;----;---;------;::----,---------:o;c-c;;c-c--;;c;c--Number I
Street
City/State/Zip
Representative's Phone# _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Representative's E-mail address.________________
Representative's Fax#:
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS APPLICATION AND LABEL ALL REQUIRED BACKUP
DOCUMENTATION TO CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE SECTION OF THE APPLICATION TO WHICH
THE DOCUM!i:NTATION APPLIES (I.E .. , SECTION A, B, C, etc.).
Exhibit 5
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Section A
1. List the name(s) of Applicant's officers including CEO, COO, CFO, director(s), member(s),
partner(s), shareholder(s), principal(s), employee(s), and agents active in the management of the
Applicant.
Officers:
Title President and CEO
First Name ccWcci-olli:-a_m_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Middle Name _C_o_ll_e,_y_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Last Name Whitmore
-~~-~~~~=--~~
Business Street
Address Eight Bridge Tower, 161 Washington Street, Suite 600
City, State, Zip Code Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone Number (484) 351-1300
Fax Number _,_(6_1_0_,_)_9_41_-_10_0_5_ _ _ _ __
Email Address [email protected]
Title Senior Vice President, Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer
First Name William
Middle Name '-A=u~g"'us=:t::.in:.:e_ _ _ _ _ _ __
Last Name Torzolini
Business St-'re"'e"-t=A:cd'Cd'Cr-e-ss--;:E;;-ig-,h-,t"""Bc:ri""""'dg-e---:;:T-ow_e_r_,-;1-;:;:61-;-Washington Street, Suite 600
City, State, Zip Code Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone Number (484) 351-1300
Fax Number (610) 941-1005
Email Address [email protected]
==-=..:_:___=-=--------
Title Executive Vice President, Secretary, General Counsel
First Name David
Middle Name _ls_s_a_c_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Last Name -=B-'-u"-c'-'km-'-::-an:---:::--:-c-c::-;-c--=:--=cBusiness Street Address Eight Bridge Tower, 161 Washington Street, Suite 600
City, State, Zip Code Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone Number (484) 351-1300
Fax Number _,_(6"--1--'0-'-)-'-94-'--1--1-'-'0-'-0-'-5_ _ _ __
Email Address [email protected]
Title Assistant Secretary
First Name -::N:::a:::n:::cY'---_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Middle Name _R_a_c_he_l_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Last Name Peterson
-~~-~~~~=--~
Business Street
Address Eight Bridge Tower, 161 Washington Street, Suite 600
City, State, Zip Code Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone Number (484) 351-1300
Fax Number _,_(6=-1:..:0:.c)-=9-'-41_:_-_:_10:::0:..:5:___ _ _ __
Email Address [email protected]
Attach additional sheets if necessary.
Section B
I. Place checkmark to describe the Applicant:
( ) Sole Proprietorship ( ) Corporation ( ) Partnership ( ) Joint Venture(.() Limited Liability Company
2. Provide copies of the documents filed at the time the Applicant was formed including Articles of
Incorporation (if a corporation); Articles of Organization (if an LLC); or Certificate of Limited
Partnership or Limited Liability Limited Partnership (if a partnership). If the Applicant was not
fanned in the State of Florida, provide a copy of the documents demonstrating that the
Applicant is authorized to conduct business in the State of Florida.
See Response To Section B. 2
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Section C
I. Has there been any change in the ownership of the Applicant within the last five (5) years? (e.g.,
any transfer of interest to another party)
Yes_ No X If "Yes," please provide details in the space provided. Attach additional sheets
if necessary.
2. Has there been any name change of the Applicant or has the Applicant operated under a
different name within the last five ( 5) years?
Yes_ No X lf"Yes," please provide details in the space provided, including: Prior name(s)
and Date of name change(s) filed with the State of Florida's Division of Corporations or other
applicable state agency. Attach additional sheets if necessary.
3. Has there been any change in the officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, or
members of the Applicant within the past five (5) years?
Yes X No_ If "Yes," please provide details in the space provided, including:
Prior officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, members
Name(s) __~~--------~--------------------~-----­
New officers, directors, executives, partners, shareholders, members
Name(s) Nancy Rachel Peterson, Assistant Secretary
Also supply documentation evidencing the changes including resolution or minutes appointing
new officers, list of new principals with titles and contact information, and effective date of
changes. Attach additional sheets if necessary.
See Response to Section C. 3
Section D
Provide copies of all fictitious name registrations filed by the Applicant with the State of Florida's
Division of Corporations or other state agencies. If none, indicate "None"_:_:N:::_onc:e:___
Section E
I. Has the Applicant acquired or been acquired by another entity within the last five (5) years?
Yes X No_ If"Yes," please provide details in the space provided. Attach additional sheets
if necessary.
See Response to Section E. 1
2. Provide the full legal name of any business entity which the Applicant acquired during the last
five (5) years which engaged in a similar business activity as the business activity which is the
subject of this Port Everglades Franchise Application. If none, indicate "None"_______
See Response to Section E. 2
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Section E (Cont.)
3. Indicate in the space provided the date of the acquisition and whether the acquisition was by a
stock purchase or asset purchase and whether the Applicant herein is relying on the background
and history of the acquired firm's officers, managers, employees and/or the acquired firm's
business reputation in the industry to describe the Applicant's experience or previous business
history. Attach additional sheets if necessary.
See Response to Section E. 3
4. Provide the full legal name of any business entity which acquired the Applicant during the last
five (5) years which engaged in a similar business activity as the business activity which is the
subject of this Port Everglades Franchise Application. If none, indicate "None" None
5. Indicate in the space provided the date of the acquisition and whether the acquisition was by a
stock purchase or asset purchase and whether the Applicant herein is relying on the background
and history of the parent firm's officers, managers, employees and/or the parent firm's business
reputation in the industry to describe the Applicant's experience or previous business history.
Attach additional sheets if necessary.
Not applicable
Section F
The Applicant must provide a current certificate(s) of insurance. Franchise insurance requirements
are determined by Broward County's Risk Management Division and are contained in the Port
Everglades Tariff No. 12 as amended, revised or reissued from time to time. The Port Everglades
Tariff is contained in the Broward County Administrative Code, Chapter 42, and is available for
On file
inspection on line at: http//:www:broward.org/port/tariff.
Section G
1. The Applicant must provide its most recent audited or reviewed financial statements prepared in
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, or other documents and information
which demonstrate the Applicant's creditworthiness, financial responsibility, and resomces,
which the Port will consider in evaluating the Applicant's financial responsibility.
See Response to Section G. 1
2. Has the Applicant or entity acquired by Applicant (discussed in Section E herein) sought relief
under any provision of the Federal Bankruptcy Code or under any state insolvency law filed by
or against it within the last five (5) year period?
No X
Yes
If "Yes," please provide the following information for each bankruptcy or insolvency
proceeding:
a) Date petition was filed or relief sought
b) Title of case and docket number
c) Name and address of court or agency
d) Nature of judgment or relief
e) Date entered
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Section G (Cont.)
3. Has any receiver, fiscal agent, trustee, reorganization trustee, or similar officer been appointed
in the last five (5) year period by a court for the business or property of the Applicant?
Yes
No X
If "Yes," please provide the following information for each appointment:
a) Name of person appointed
b) Date appointed
c) Name and address of court
d) Reason for appointment
4.
Has any receiver, fiscal agent, trustee, reorganization trustee, or similar officer been appointed
in the last five (5) year period by a court for any entity, business, or property acquired by the
Applicant?
Yes
No X
If "Yes," please provide the following information for each appointment:
a) Name of person appointed
b) Date appointed
c) N arne and address of court
d) Reason for appointment
See Response to Section G. 4
Section H
List four (4) credit references for the Applicant, one of which must be a bank. Use this format:
Name of Reference PNC Bank
Nature of Business _,B"'a,_n"'k'"in"'g_ _ _ __
Contact Name Roman Olijynk
Title VP. Sr. Sales Associate. T1
Legal Business Street Address --'1"'6"'0-"-0-"M"'a"-r"'ke,_,t_,S,_,g"'u"'a,_,re'-------------------City, State, Zip Code Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone N urn her __~_(6,_1,_,0"-l_,6"'99;c:-"-2-"12=-'0'-------,-----::-(Provide three others on a separate sheet.)
See Response to Section H
Section I
1. Security: Pursuant to Port Everglades Tariff 12, Item 960, all Franchisees are required to furnish
an Indemnity and Payment Bond or Irrevocable Letter of Credit drawn on a U.S. bank, in a
format and an amount not less than $20,000 as required by Broward County Port Everglades
Department.
Bond# CMS246139 is on file
2. Has the Applicant been denied a bond or letter of credit within the past five (5) years?
Yes
No X
If "Yes," please provide a summary explanation in the space provided of why the Applicant
was denied. Use additional sheets if necessary.
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Section J
(Seaports Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
I) List all seaports, including Port Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently performing seaport security services.
Use this form for each seaport listed. Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seaport listed).
If none, state "None" _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Seaport Port Everglades, Fl
Number of Years Operating at this Seaport 4 years
List below all ofthe Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seaport listed above.
Client Name (Company)
and Contact Information
Number of Years Applicant has Supplied
Services to this Client
Crowley, Ed Alford, Corp. Security Dir, 305-470-4089
7 Years
Seacor Lines, Marcus Armenta, Dir, 954-920-9292
1 Year
Broward Convention Ctr, Jerry Braud, Dir of Ops, (9tf
4 Years
See Response to Section J. 1
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Section J
(Seaports Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
1) List all seaports, including Port Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently performing seaport security services.
Use this form for each seaport listed. Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seaport listed) .
If none, state "None" - -- - - - - Seapott Port of Texas City, Texas
Number ofYears Operating at this Seapmt
4
List below all of the Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seaport listed above.
Number of Years Applicant has Supplied
Services to this Client
Client Name (Company)
and Contact Infonnation
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Port of Texas City, James Whitehead, 1 2nd AveS .
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Texas City, Texas, 77592 1 (409) 949.9423
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Section J
(Seaports Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
1) List all seaports, including Port Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently perfonning seapmt security services.
Use this fonn for each seaport listed. Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seaport listed).
If none, state "None" _ _ _ _ __ __
Seaport Maryland Port Administration, Maryland Number of Years Operating at this Seapmt _ __
List below all of the Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seaport listed above.
Client Name (Company)
and Contact Tnfonnation
Maryland Port Administration I David Espie I 2700
Number ofYears Applicant has Supplied
Services to this Client
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1
Broening Highway, Baltimore, Maryland, 21222
(410) 633.11531 [email protected]
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Section J
(Seaports Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
1) List all seaports, including Port Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently perfonning seaport security services.
Use this form for each seaport listed. Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seaport listed).
If none, state "None" _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Seaport South Carolina State Port Authority, S.C Number of Years Operating at this Seaport _ __
List below. .all ofthe Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seaport listed above.
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and Contact Information
Port of South Carolina I Stephen Conner 1176
Concord St. I Charleston, SC 29401
Number of Years Applicant has Supplied
Services to this Client
1 .
I (843) 577.8134
[email protected]
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Section J
(Seaports Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
1) List all seap01ts, including Port Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently perfonning seaport security services.
Use this fonn for each seaport listed. Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seaport listed).
Jf none, state "None" - - - - - - - Seap011 Port of Corpus Christi, Texas
Number ofYears Operating at this Seapot1
5
List below all of the Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seaport listed above.
Client Name (Company)
and Contact Jnfom1ation
Number of Years Applicant has Supplied
Services to this Client
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Valero Energy I Greg Anderson I One Valero Way
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San Antonio, Texas, 72849 I (210) 345.2086
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Section J
(Seaports Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
l) List all seaports, including Port Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently perfonning seaport security services.
Use this fonn for each seaport listed. Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seaport listed).
If none, state "None" _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Seapo11 Port of Jacksonville, Florida
Number ofYears Operating at this Seaport
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List below all of the Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seap01ilisted above.
Client Name (Company)
and Contact Tnfom1ation
-Crowley I Edward Alford I {305) 470-4089
Number of Years Applicant has Supplied
Services to this Client
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edward [email protected]
JM Family I Tom Lumpkin I {904) 360.4203
9
[email protected]
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Section J
(Seapot·ts Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
1) List all seaports, including Port Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently performing seaport security services.
Use this form for each seap01tlisted. Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seaport listed).
lf none, state "None " - -- - - -- Seaport Port of Houston, Texas
Number ofYears Operating at this Seap011
2
List below all of the Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seapOlt listed above.
Client Name (Company)
and Contact Infotmation
Number of Years Applicant has Supplied ·
Services to this Client
Port of Houston, Marcus Woodring, 111 East Loop l'b
Houston, Texas 77029 1 (713) 670.3612
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Section J
(Seaports Where Operating, Applicant's Business History, Licenses, Managerial Employees
and Resumes, Security Equipment, Training, Background Requirements)
APPLICANT
1) List all seaports, including Pott Everglades if applicable, where the Applicant is
currently performing seaport security services.
Use this fonn for each seaport listed . Photocopy additional pages as needed (one page
for each seapott listed).
lf none, state ''None" --------------Seaport Port ofTampa, Florida
Number of Years Operating at this Seaport
5
List below all of the Applicant's Clients for which it provides services at the seaport listed above.
Client Name (Company)
and Contact Information
Number of Years Applicant has Supplied
· Services to this Client
5
Port of Tampa 1Mark Dubina 11101 Channelside Dr.
4th Floor 1Tampa; Florida 33602 1(813) 241.1893
2
International Ship Repair & Marine Service
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Jim Coughlan I (813) 247- 1118
.. ...
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Section J (Cont.)
2) Provide Applicant's previous business history as it relates to providing seaport security
services at Port Everglades, and at any other U.S. seaport within the last five (5) years.
See Response to Section J. 2
3) Provide copies of all local, state and federal licenses, including:
a) a copy of the Applicant's State of Florida Business License.
b) a copy of security agency's Manager's "M" or "MB" License and a copy of the security
agency's "B" or "BB" License issued by the Florida Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services.
c) a copy of the Applicant's current Broward County Business Tax Receipt (formerly
Occupational License).
See Responses to Section J. 3a-3c
4) Provide a list of Applicant's current managerial employees, including supervisors,
superintendents, and forepersons who will be assigned to Port Everglades. Provide resumes
of Applicant's current managerial employees, to include the experience and length oftime
performing specific seaport security duties.
See Response to Section J. 4
SECURITY EQUIPMENT
I) Provide a list of all metal detection devices, walk-through and hand held, as well as all
luggage and carry on x-ray machines owned or leased, to be used or domiciled at Port
Everglades. Listing must include brand name and model.
Not applicable
2) Provide a copy of all manufacturers recommended service intervals and name of
company contracted to provide such services on all aforementioned equipment. N/A
3) Provide description of current method employed to assure all equipment is properly
N/A
calibrated and functioning.
4) Provide current training requirements and training syllabus for employees operating
x-ray equipment. Highlight emphasis on weapon and contraband identification. Include
equipment operator certificates, if any.
N/A
SECURITY GUARDS I SUPERVISORS
I) Provide Applicant's background requirements, education, training etc., for personnel hired
as security guards. See Response to Section J. -Security Guards & Supervisors
2) Provide historic annual turnover ratio for security guards.
42%
3) Provide a copy of Applicant's job training program/policy including a copy of training
curriculum and copies of all manuals and take-home materials made available to security
guards. Include information regarding frequency of training. See Response to Section J.Security Guards & Supervisors.
4) Provide background requirements, experience, licensing and any and all advanced training
provided to supervisory personnel. See Response to Section J. -Security Guards &
Supervisors.
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Section J (Cont.)
5) Provide present policy for individual communication devices either required of security
guards or supplied by the employer. See Response to Section J. 5
6) Provide procurement criteria and source as well as Applicant's certification requirements for
K-9 workforce.
Not applicable
7) Provide information on the number of security guards I supervisors currently employed or
expected to be employed to provide security services at Pmt Everglades.
Supervisors
Class D Guards
Class G Guards
K-9 Handlers
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150
N/A
N/A
Section K
I. Provide a copy of Applicant's safety program. See Response to Section K. 1
2. Provide a copy of Applicant's substance abuse policy. See Response to Section K. 2
Section L
1. Has the Applicant received within the past five (5) years or does the Applicant have pending any
citations, notices of violations, warning notices, or fines from any federal, state,
or
local
envirournental regulatory agencies?
No X
Yes
2. Has the Applicant received within the past five (5) years or does the Applicant have pending any
citations, notices of violations, warning notices, or civil penalties from the U.S. Coast Guard?
No X
Yes
3. Has the Applicant received within the past five (5) years or does the Applicant have pending any
citations, notices of violations, warning notices, or fines from the Occupational Safety and
Health Administration?
Yes X No_
If you responded "Yes" to any of this section's questions I, 2, or 3 above, please provide a detailed
summary for each question containing the following information:
a) Name and address of the agency issuing the citation or notice
b) Date of the notice
c) Nature of the violation
d) Copies of the infraction notice( s) from the agency
e) Disposition of case
f) Amount of fines, if any
g) Corrective action taken
Attach copies of all citations, notices of violations, warning notices, civil penalties and fines issued
by local, state, and federal regulatory agencies, all related correspondence, and proof of payment of
fines.
See Response to Section L. 3
Section M
1. Provide a description of all past (within the last five (5) years) and pending litigation and legal
claims where the Applicant is a named patty, whether in the State of Florida or in another
jurisdiction, involving allegations that Applicant has violated or otherwise failed to comply with
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environmental laws, rules, or regulations or committed a public entity crime as defined by
Chapter 287, Florida Statutes, or theft-related crime such as fraud, bribery, smuggling,
embezzlement or misappropriation of funds or acts of moral turpitude, meaning conduct or acts
that tend to degrade persons in society or ridicule public morals.
Section M (Cont.)
The description must include all ofthe following:
a) The case title and docket number
b) The name and location ofthe court before which it is pending or was heard
c) The identification of all parties to the litigation
d) General nature of all claims being made
If none, indicate "None"
None
2. Indicate whether in the last five (5) years the Applicant or an officer, director, executive, partner,
or a shareholder, employee or agent who is or was (during the time period in which the illegal
conduct or activity took place) active in the management of the Applicant was charged, indicted,
found guilty or convicted of illegal conduct or activity (with or without an adjudication of guilt)
as a result of a jury verdict, nonjury trial, entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere where the
illegal conduct or activity (1) is considered to be a public entity crime as defined by Chapter
287, Florida Statutes, as amended from time to time, or (2) is customarily considered to be a
white-collar crime or theft-related crime such as fraud, smuggling, bribery, embezzlement, or
misappropriation of funds, etc. or (3) results in a felony conviction where the crime is directly
related to the business activities for which the franchise is sought.
Yes
No
X
If "Yes," please provide all of the following information for each indictment, charge, or
conviction:
a) A description of the case style and docket number
b) The nature of the charge or indictment
c) Date of the charge or indictment
d) Location of the court before which the proceeding is pending or was heard
e) The disposition (e.g., convicted, acquitted, dismissed, etc.)
f) Any sentence imposed
g) Any evidence which the County (in its discretion) may determine that the Applicant and/or
person found guilty or convicted of illegal conduct or activity has conducted itself, himself or
herself in a manner as to warrant the granting or renewal of the franchise.
Attach additional sheets if necessary.
Section N
PROVIDE:
A statement (and/or documentation) which describes the Applicant's commitment to envirorunental
protection, environmental maintenance, and environmental enhancement in Port Everglades.
AlliedBarton is committed to protecting all aspects of the environment including but not limited to land, air,
and water. Allied Barton will be a positive force to matters relative to the environment, and would support
environmental enhancements set forth by Port Everglades.
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By signing and submitting this application, Applicant ce1tifies that it has read and
understands the goveming rules and regulations for a franchise as provided in Chapter
32, Part II, of the Broward County Administrative Code as amended. For additional
infonnation, visit:
http://ww\v.municode.com/resources/gateway .asp?pid= 13 528&sid=9.
By signing and submitting this application, Applicant certifies that all information
provided in this application is true and correct and further, understands that providing
false or misleading infonnation on this application may result in the franchise
application being denied, or in instances of renewal, a franchise revoked. Applicant
hereby waives any and all claims for any damages resulting to the Applicant from any
disclosure or publication in any manner of any material or infonnation acquired by
Broward County during the franchise application process or during any inquiries,
investigations, or public hearings.
The individual executing this application personally warrants that s/he has the full
binding authority to execute this application on behalf of the Applicant. Applicant
further understands that if there are any changes to the information provided herein
(subsequent to this application submission) and/or to its officers, directors, senior
management personnel and/or in its business operation as stated in this application,
Applicant agrees to provide such updated information to the Port Everglades
Department of Broward County including the furnishing of the names, addresses (and
other information as required above) with respect to persons becoming associated with
Applicant after its franchise application is submitted and any other required
documentation requested by Port Everglades Department staff as relating to the
changes in the business operation. This information must be submitted within ten (1 0)
calendar days from the date of any change made by the Applicant.
Applicant certifies that all workers performing functions for Applicant who are subject
to the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Act are covered by Longshore & Harbor
Workers' Act, Jones Act Insurance, as required by federal law.
By signing and submitting this application, Applicant authorizes the Port Everglades
Department of Broward County to make any inquiry or investigation it deems
appropriate to verify or augment the information contained in this application, and
authorizes others to release to the Port Everglades Department of Broward County any
and all information sought in such inquiry. Applicant further understands that under the
laws of the State of Florida, this application is subject to the Florida Public Records
Act (Chapter 119, Florida St ut ) s may be amended.
1 \
Signature of Applicant's Authorized
Representative·--------l\-.f--11-------- Date Signed.__q...:_c_I_0
__11{_.__
Jose Ubieta 1 Vice President of Operations
S OSA .::r~ ·
If a franchise is granted, all official notices/correspondence
Name Jose Ubieta
ould be sent to:
Title Vice President of Operations
Address 600 W Hillsboro Blvd, Ste 350, Deeriield Beach Phone _7_8__:6_-8:_3__:8_-6:_6__:9_:9_ _ _ _ _ _ __
Florida, 33441
10
Exhibit 5
Page 18 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION 13.2
Exhibit 5
Page 19 of 87
rJJe[aware
PAGE
1
'!fie :First State
I,
JEFFREY W.
DELAWARE,
BULLOCK,
SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF
DO HEREBY CERTIFY THE ATTACHED IS A TRUE AND CORRECT
COPY OF THE CERTIFICATE OF FORMATION OF "ALLIED BARTON SECURITY
SERVICES LLC",
FILED IN THIS OFFICE ON THE FIRST DAY OF
DECEMBER, A.D.
2004, AT 5:31 O'CLOCK P.M.
Jeffrey W. Bullock, Secretary of State
3889430
8100
120997147
You may verify this certificate online
at corp.delaware,gov/authver.shtml
_ C TION:
9821735
DATE: 09-04-12
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Page 20 of 87
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CERTIFICATE OF FORMATION
OF
ALLIED BARTON SECURJ'TY SERVICES LLC
l.
The name of the limited liability company is Allied Barton
Security SerVices LLC.
The address of its registered office in the State of Delaware is 2711
Centerville Road, Suite 400, in the City of Wilmington, County of New Castle. The
name of its registered agent at such address is The Prentice-Hall Corporation System, Jnc.
2.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned has executed this Certificate
of formation of Allied Barton Security Services LLC on this l" day of December, 2004.
ALLIED BARTON SECURJTY
SERVICES LLC
By:
(t-Nam_e_:~D?'-e-:-b-or-ah-:----M-:-:.Rc::-e_u_s-:chTitle: Authorized Person
State of Delaware
_ ~e7retary of State
D~v~s~on of Cor,porations
Dal:J.vered 05:31 PM 12/01/2004
FILED 05:31 PM 12/01/2004
SRV 040864473 - 3889430 FILE
J912n:.O!-Wilm(ngton Scrwr lA- MSW
Exhibit 5
Page 21 of 87
PAGE
1
Tfie :Ji:rst State
I, HARRIET SMITH WINDSOR, SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF
DELAWARE, DO HEREBY CERTIFY THE ATTACHED IS A TRUE AND CORRECT
COPY OF THE CERTIFICATE OF AMENDMENT OF "ALLIED BARTON SECURITY
SERVICES LLC", CHANGING ITS NAME FROM "ALLIED BARTON SECURITY
SERVICES LLC" TO "ALLIEDBARTON SECURITY SERVICES LLC", FILED IN
THIS OFFICE ON THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D. 2005, AT 4:02
0 'CLOCK P.M.
Harriet Smith Windsor, Secretary of State
3889430
050304075
8100
AUTHENTICATION: 3816190
DATE: 04-15-05
Exhibit 5
Page 22 of 87
FROM CORPORATION TRUST 302-65H48C
(FRI) 4. 15' C5 15:44/ST.
15:1~~<1i8'&l'~~.i'e
B'~c.n!!t'ary o:t st:a.te
3
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Division o£ Corpor1:2tions
Delivexed 04: 02 PM 04/14/2005
CE.RTII"ICP.TE: OF AMENDMENT
FILED 04; 02 PM 04/14/2005 .
SRV 050304075 - 3889430 FILE
OF'
~IIW.rl l'lRrtnn Security
SeNi<:$$ llC
2. Tlw Cer!l!ic<l~ of Formation of lh~ limilt;d liability compall)' is h"'reby
amended as folloW~:
·
To ctlange the n<ilfTllil of Allied Elarton SeCU!'ily Ser<lees LlC 10 AllledBanon Security
Services LLC
!::l!zi!;
(Use the fQllcwing par11graph if this CQrtificate is Co be ~~~G <It a date or time
(whidt rnLIHL U.."'
dat., tx
lim" '""l>iin)l>ti><I lh"'n rdutg)
850-205-0381
5/10/2006 10:3'1
PAGE 001/001
Exhibit 5
Florida Page
Dept 23
ofofState
87
May 10, 2006
FLORIDADEPART!'v!ENT OF STATE
ALLIEDBARTON SECURITY SERVICES 1113msion of Corporations
3606 HORIZON DRIVE
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA 19406
Qualification documents for ALLIEDBARTON SECURITY SERVICES LLC were filed
on May 9, 2006, and assigned document number M06000002591. Please refer
to this number whenever corresponding with this office.
Your limited liability company is now qualified and authorized to transact
business in Florida as of the file date. In accordance with section
608.406(2), F.S., the name of this limited liability company is filed with
the Department of State for public notice only and is granted without
regard to any other name recorded with the Division of Corporations.
This document was electronically received and filed under FAX audit number
H06000129582.
A limited liability company annual report/uniform business report will be
due this office between January 1 and May 1 of the year following the
calendar year of the file date. A Federal Employer Identification (FEI)
number will be required before this report can be filed. If you do not
already have an FEI number, please apply NOW with the Internal Revenue by
calling 1-800-829-3676 and requesting form SS-4.
Please be aware if the limited liability company address changes, it is
the responsibility of the corporation to notify this office.
Should you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact
thisoffice at the address given below.
Deborah Bruce
Document Specialist
Registration/Qualification Section
Division of Corporations
Letter Number: 906A00033031
P.O BOX 6327- Tallah=ee, Flonda 32314
MAY-09-2006
12:33
Exhibit 5
of 87 P.02
215Page
551 24
2951
C T CORP.
APPLICATlON BY FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY FOR AUTHOlUZATION TO
TRANSACT BUSINESS lN FLORIDA
IN COMPliANCE WIIH SECIION 608.503. FWRIDA STATI.!T£$ THE FOlLOWING !S SUBMli1ED 1V REGlSIER A FOREfGN
llM!IEDIJABJI.llYCOMPANYJV TRANSACTB!)SINESS IN THE STATE OF FWJIIDA:
1. AlliedBarton Security Services LLC
(Name of Foretgn Limited Liability Company)
2. Delaware
3. 20-2335618
(Jurisdiction under the law of which foreign limited liability
company is organized)
4.
==== ("F"'El n:::urn=b=e:::r,'ifC:Cap::p:rllr::ca"b"'Ie")_ _ _ __
7
7
5. Perpetual
12/0l/2004
(Duration: Year hmited
liability company will cease to
11
(Date ofOrganlzarion)
exist or "perpetual
6.
)
Upon Filing
(Date first transacted business in Florida, if prior to registration.)
(See sections 608.501 & 608.502 F.S. to determine penalty liability)
7. 3606 Horizon Drive,
Kin~
of Prussia, PA 19406
(Street Address of Pnncipa! Office)
8. If limited liability company is a manager~managed company, check here 0
9. The name and usual business addresses of the managing members or managers are as follows:
,c9/lte.d
Jcc(t/'!'.
1
-/y
Ho/ci>NCJS
10. Allakd is an original certificateofexistence, oo moo; trun 90 days old, duly a.utl:aJ!icared byfue official having CUl!OOy ofrecords in
th,jurisdiction uru::JertJ:.,Jawofvmichitis~ (A~yismt~!e. IflhocatifulJeisin a fu:eignlanguage,a
trans1arion offue certificate uru::ler 001h offue trnnslatoc must 1:e suhnitted)
11, Nature of business or purposes to be conducted or promoted in Florida:
contracr security services
,
S~mber
or an authorized representative of a member,
(ln accord:rlncc 'virh s~;ction 608:.408(3), F.S., ille execution of this document constitl,ttes
an afflnnarlon under the pcnaltks ofpcTjury th~t the fact~ ii!ared hereln are true.)
William A. Torzolini,
Cr"0, /'c:>/?:.. A/i/c;d Jcc:U,e/-l_y flo/~~~ /11 E/h 6oe.
Typed or printed name of signee
MAY-09-2005
12:33
Exhibit 5
215
551 25
2951
Page
of 87
C T CORP.
P.03
CERTIFICATE OF DESIGNATION OF
REGISTERED AGENT!REGISTERED OFFICE
PURSUANT TO THEPROVlSIONS OF SECTION 608.415 or608.507, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE
Ul'lDERSIGNED L!MITED LIABILITY COMPANY SUBMITS THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT
TO DESIGNATE A REGISTERED OFFICE AND REGISTERED AGENT IN THE STATE OF
FLORIDA.
1. The name of the Limited Liability Company is:
AlliedBarton Security Services LLC
2. The name and the Flolida street address of the registered agent and office are:
C T Coroorati.on System
(Name)
1200 South Pine Island Road
Florida Street Address (P.O. Box NOT ACCEPTABLE)
FL 33324
Plantation
City/State/Zip
Having been named as registered agont and to accept service ofprocessfor the above stated limited
liability company at the place designated in this certificate. I hereby accept the appointment as registered
agent and agree to act in this capacity. ljurrher agree to comply with the provisions ofall starutes
relating to the proper and complete pei.fonrumce ofmy duties, and I am familiar with and accept the
obli · s of my position as registered agent as provided for in Chapter 608, Florida Statutes.
:tem~
By:
(Signature)
VickiAnn Owens
?r"tial A,,:st~ot Secre!arf
$100.00
$ 25.00
$ 30.00
$ 5.00
Filing Fee for ApplJcation
De!iignation of Registered Agent
Certified Copy (optional)
Certificate of Status (optional)
TOTRL P.03
MAY-09-2006
15:51
Exhibit 5
215
551262951
Page
of 87
C T CORP.
P.AGE
p. 01/01
1
'lfi.e :Jirst State
I
1
HARRIET SMITH WINDSOR, SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE STATE OF
DELAWARE, DO HEREBY CERTIFY "ALLIED:B.A:RTON SECURITY SERVICES LLC"
IS DIJ!,Y .FORMED UNDER THE LAWS OJ! THE STATE OF DELAWARE liND IS IN
GOOD STANDING AND HAS A LEGAL EXISTENCE SO FAR AS THE RECORDS OF
THIS OFFICE SHOW, AS OF TEE EIGHTH DAY OF MAY 1 A.D. 2006.
liND I
DO HEREBY FURTHER CERTIFY THAT THE ANNUAL TAXES HAVE
BEEN PAID TO DATE.
Harriet Smith Winds:or, Seeret.ary of Sr.a.te
3889430
060432549
8300
AUTHENTICATION: 4728621
DATE: 05-08-06
TOTRL P.01
Exhibit 5
Page 27 of 87
State of Florida
Department of State
I certify from the records of this office that ALLIEDBARTON SECURITY
SERVICES LLC is a Delaware limited liability company authorized to transact
business in the State of Florida, qualified on May 9, 2006.
The document number of this limited liability company is M06000002591.
I further certifY that said limited liability company has paid all fees due this
office through December 31, 2014, that its most recent annual report was filed
on April 15, 2014, and its status is active.
I further certifY that said limited liability company has not filed a Certificate of
Withdrawal.
Given under my hand and the
Great Seal of the State ofFlorida
at Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the Nineteenth day ofAugust,
2014
I<P-.0~
Secretary ofState
Authentication ID: CU4372093344
To authenticate this certificate,visit the following site,enter this
ID, and then follow the instructions displayed.
https://efile.sunbiz.org/certauthver.html
Exhibit 5
Page 28 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION C.3
Exhibit 5
Page 29 of 87
ALLIEDBARTON SECURITY SERVICES LLC
CONSENT OF SOLE MEMBER
The undersigned, being the sole member of AlliedBarton Security Services LLC,
a Delaware limited liability company (the " Company"), hereby adopts the following
resolution:
RESOLVED, that Nancy R. Peterson, be, and she hereby is, appointed Assistant
Secretary of the Company, to serve in such capacity at the discretion of the
Company.
In Witness Whereof, the sole member has executed this instrument as of this
day of Septemner, 2011.
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Allied Security Holdings LLC
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Exhibit 5
Page 30 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION E
Exhibit 5
Page 31 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTIONS E.l: E.2 AND E.3
AlliedBarton Security Services LLC acquired the assets of the security business of Future Security, Inc. in
May 2012.
Allied Security Holdings LLC, the parent of Allied Barton Security Services LLC, acquired the outstanding
capital stock of C &D Enterprises, Inc. and its subsidiaries in August 2012.
Neither Allied Barton Security Services LLC nor Allied Security Holdings LLC is relying on the background
and history of the officers, managers, employees and/or business reputation in the industry of either of
the acquired entities referred to above to describe Allied Barton Seucrity Services LLC's experience or
previous business history.
Exhibit 5
Section F
Page 32 of 87
·~e
AeflD
I
CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE
DATE (MMIDDIYYYY)
1012912013
THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS
CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES
BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED
REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER.
IMPORTANT: If the certificat e holder Is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the pollcy(les) must be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subj ect to
the terms and conditions of the policy , certain policies may require an endorsemant. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the
certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(&).
PRODUCER
M~~~"
MARSH USA INC
r..e~. Nol:
r~gNJo, Extl:
1717 Arch S1reet
Phila<lel!)hia, PA 19103
~oMoAJ~ss:
Attn: [email protected] .com I Fax: (212) 948·0360
NAIC N
INSURER[Sj AFFORDING COVERAGE
19437
INSURER A : lexington lnS\Jraoce Company
022721 ·ALL·GAWIJ·13·14
11150
INSURED
INSURER B : Arch lnsuran~ C~pany
A8 CAPITAL HOLDINGS LLC
INSURER
c:
Arch
Indemnity
lnS\Jrance
Company
ALLIED SECURITY HOLDINGS LLC
ALLIEOOARTON SECURITY SERVICES LP
INSURER 0:
(SEE ATTACHED FOR ADDITIONAL NAMED INSUREDS)
INSURER E:
161 WASHINGTON STREET, SUITE 600
CONSHOHOCKEN, PA 19428
INSURER F:
CLE·0035612J2.12
COVERAGES
CERTIFICATE NUMBER·
REVISION NUMBER 3
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO TilE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD
INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT. TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT IMTH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS
CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO All THE TERMS,
EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS.
INSR
TYPE OF INSURANCE
LIMITS
LTR
POLICYHUMBER
1 ,&3M%iv~~ .~3~~~'&~~1
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2,000,000
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11/01/2013
11/01/20 14
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11CAB4962705 (MA)
11/0112013
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$
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$
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11WCI4962805 (AOS)
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DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS I LOCATIONS r VEHICLES )Attach ACORD 101, Additional Rlm.,kl Schodulo,ll mort opactll required)
Broward County is included as addiliollal insureds (except for ~o~Jrkers' compensatioo) v.I1~Xe reQu~ed by l'lfilten oonlrad. ProfessiOnal liabil~y is oovered under lhe General Uabili1yPolicy.
CERTIFICATE HOLDER
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CANCELLATION
8roward County
1850 Eller Df.
Fl Lauderdale, FL 33316-4201
,
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SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE OESCRIBEO POLICIES BE CANCELLE£5'B!:FdRE
THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF: . NO:fiCE \fJILL BE DELIVERED IN
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AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
of Marah USA Inc.
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© 1988· 2010 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved.
ACORD 25 (2010/05)
The ACORD name and log,o,are registered ma rks of ACORD
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Exhibit 5
Page 33 of 87
AGENCYCUSTOMERID:~0~2=2~
72~1~---------------------------­
LOC II: Philadelphia
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ACORD
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ADDITIONAL REMARKS SCHEDULE
AGENCY
MARSH USA INC
POLICY HUMBER
CARRIER
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NAIC CODE
Page
2 of 2
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NAMED INSURED
AB CAPITAL HOLDINGS l LC
ALLIED SECURITY HOLDINGS LLC
ALUEOBARTON SECURITY SERVICES LP
(SEE ATIACHED FOR ADDITIONAL NAMED INSUREDS)
161 WASHINGTON STREET, SUITE 600
CONSHOHOCKEN, PA 19428
EFFECTIVE DATE:
ADDITIONAL REMARKS
THIS ADDITIONAL REMARKS FORM IS A SCHEDULE TO ACORD FORM,
FORM NUMBER:
25
FORM TITLE: Certificate of Liability Insurance
AOOITIONAL NA~EOINSU~OS:
·ALLIEOBARTON SECURITY SERVICES LLC
-SPECT AGUARD ACQUISITION LLC
·AB INTERMEOIATE HOLDINGS, INC.
-C & 0 ENTERPRISES, INC.
ACORD 101 (2008/01)
© 2008 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved .
The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD
Exhibit 5
Page 34 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION G. 4
Exhibit 5
Page 35 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION G.4
Within the last 5 years neither C&D Enterprises, Inc. nor any of its subsidiaries acquired by Allied
Security Holdings LLC has sought relief under the Federal Bankruptcy Code or under any state solvency
law filed by or against any of such entities; nor has any receiver, fiscal agent, trustee, reorganization
trustee, or similar officer been appointed within the last 5 years by a court for any such entity.
At the time the assets of the security business of Future Security, Inc. were acquired by Allied Barton
Security Services LLC no receiver, fiscal agent, trustee, reorganization trustee, or similar officer had been
appointed with respect to such assets.
Exhibit 5
Page 36 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION H
Exhibit 5
Page 37 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION H
TRADE REFERENCES
Ikon
Galls
Superior
Uniform Group
640 Freedom
Business Center,
King Of Prussia
PA 19406
2680 Palumbo
Drive, Lexington
KY 40509
10055 Seminole
Blvd, Seminole
FL 33772
Andrew
Terifay
(610) 382-6052
[email protected]
Chantelle
Shelton
859.266.7227 ext.
2160
[email protected]
Cory
McCaffrey
727-803-7143
cmccaffrel(@Jsug.biz
Exhibit 5
Page 38 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION J. 2
Exhibit 5
Page 39 of 87
Section J.2
History
AlliedBarton Security Services, headquartered in Consl1ol1ocken, PA is the largest American-owned
contract security company in the United States. We have been providing quality security services and
higl1ly trained personnel since 1957 to clients in a number of industry sectors, including commercial real
estate, higher education, healthcare, residential communities, manufacturing and industrial, financial
institutions, shopping centers and other commercial facilities.
Over the years, Allied Barton has added not only to our vertical market expertise, but also to our
geographic reach. A combination of organic growth and strategic acquisitions has made AlliedBarton the
quality company it is today. With each expansion, AlliedBarton diligently sought out companies that
matched our values and philosophy of customer service. Through our combined base of talent and
personnel, Allied Barton brings unmatched resources, expertise and knowledge to our customers' security
programs.
Today, with over 50 years of experience in the contract security industry, Allied Barton's more than 55,000
employees and 120 offices nationwide service a client base that includes more than 200 Fortune 500 ·
companies across the country. Selected as one of Training magazine's "Top 125" seven years in a row
for training excellence, AlliedBarton's award~winning training programs focus on preparing employees to
be professional and accountable in a variety of situations and primed for future career development.
Milestones
1957
Allied Security, Inc. founded in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1977
Barton Protective Services founded in Atlanta, Georgia
1980
SpectaGuard founded in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
1999
SpectaGuard acquires New York-based Effective Security
2000
SpectaGuard acquires Allied and combines to form Allied Security -the third largest security company in
the United States
2003
Exhibit 5
Page 40 of 87
2004
Allied further adds to its depth of resources with the acquisition of Barton Protective Services to form
Allied Barton Security Services -creating the largest American-owned contract security services company
in the United States
20()6
AlliedBarton further enhances the quality of our security offerings to clients with the acquisition of Initial
Security
Exhibit 5
Page 41 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION J. 3A- 3C
Exhibit 5
Page 42 of 87
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Exhibit 5
J.3.b
Page 43 ofSection
87
FLORIDADEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES
ADAlv.t H. PUTNAlv.t
COMMISSIONER
DIVISION OF liCENSING
07/25/13
11/03/16
DATE ISSUED
DATE OF EXPIRATION
B 2400212
LICENSE NUMBER
ALLIEDBARTON SECURITY SERVICES LLC
600 W. HILLSBORO BLVD
SUITE 350
DEERFIELD BEACH, FL 33441
VIHITMORE, WILLIAM C., PRESIDENT
BUCKMAN, DAVID I., SECRETARY
TORZOLINI, WILLIAM A., TREASURER
THE SECURITY AGENCYNAMED ABOVE IS LICENSED AND REGULATED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF
CHAPTER 493, FLORIDA STATUTES.
c2c~
ADAM H. PUTNAM
COMMISSIONER
:;: ·'!·':. ·.:. ... ..:~ ~"".i~~
Exhibit 5
Page 44 of 87
Exhibit 5
Page 45 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION J. 4
Exhibit 5
Page 46 of 87
David John Macedo
9/10/14
Government Services Project Manager
Current Position
2011- Present- AlliedBarton Security Services Government Services Project Manager,
Broward County Air & Sea Ports: Responsible for security operations at Port Everglades
Seaport, Fort Lauderdale International and North Perry Airports; to include all facets of
operations, finance, training, staffing and scheduling of up to 6800 hours per weeks and 180
Security officers.
Past Positions
• 2009-2011 - Senior Captain, Windridge Yachts, New York, NY, Fort Lauderdale and Boca
Raton Florida
• 2007-2009 - Director of Operations Esprit Nautics & Novurania of America, Fort Lauderdale
and Vera Beach, Florida
• 2005-2007 - Commanding Officer Station Lake Worth Inlet United States Coast Guard, Palm
Beach Florida
• 2001-2005- Boat & Facilities District Manager South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Puerto Rico
& U.S. Virgin Islands, United States Coast Guard, Miami Florida
• 1997-2001- Commanding Officer Unites States Coast Guard Cutter HUDSON, Miami Beach,
Florida
• 1993-1997- Department Head United States Coast Guard Cutter BITTERSWEET, Wood
Hole, Massachusetts
1991-1993 - U.S. Coast Guard Cutter CAMPBELL, New Bedford, Massachusetts
1987-1991- U.S. Coast Guard Cutter HAMILITON, Boston, Massachusetts
1985-1987- U.S. Coast Guard Cutter CHASE, Boston, Massachusetts
1981-1985- Hazardous Materials Response, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office,
Portland, Maine
• 1979-1981- U.S. Coast Guard Cutter DECISIVE, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
• 1978-1979- U.S. Coast Guard Cutter's MELLON/MUNRO, Honolulu, Hawaii
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2011 - present- Government Services Project Manager, AlliedBarton Security Services
2009-2011 -Yacht Captain, Windridge Yachts
2007-2009 - Director of Operations Esprit Nautics & Novurania of America
1978-2007- United States Coast Guard: Maritime Law Enforcement, Drug and Migrant
Interdiction, Boat & Facility Management, Fisheries Enforcement and Hazardous Material
Response
Certifications
• Certified Homeland Security (CHS)
• AirPort Certified Employee (ACE)
• Certified Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA), Integrated Command
System (ICS)
• US Coast Guard Licensed Captain
• Licensed Security Manager- State of Florida
• Licensed FAA Private Pilot
• Certified "PAD!" Open Water Diver
• Certified Advanced Maritime Officer Train The Trainer
• Certified Advanced Maritime Officer Fast Rescue Response Boat Instructor
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Education
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Bachelor of Science, Excelsior College /New York University, Albany, N.Y.
Unites States Coast Guard - Leadership and Management Institute
Unites States Coast Guard Maritime Law Enforcement Training Center
Unites States Coast Guard Hazardous Material Response Training Center
US Coast Guard National Search and Rescue Center
Exhibit 5
Page 48 of 87
District Manager - Broward & Pahn Beach, Florida
Stephen L. Metts, FCPP, CHS-III
Years with AlliedBarton Security Services: 1998 to present..
Past Positions
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1996-1998 1991-19961990-19911990-19911988-19901985-19881982-19851980-19821978-19801974-1978 -
Director of Marine Operations, Bahia Mar Resort, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Operations Officer, Coast Guard Station, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Director, Emergency Operations Center, Coast Guard Group, Miami, Florida
Officer in Charge, Joint Task Force, Nassau, Bahamas
Senior Drill Instructor, Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, New Jersey
Executive Officer, Coast Guard Station, St. Simons Island, Georgia
Drill Instructor, Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, New Jersey
Operations Officer, Coast Guard Station, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Coast Guard Cutter RED OAK, Gloucester, New Jersey
Search & Rescue Specialist/EMT, Coast Guard Station, Gloucester, New Jersey
Experience
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2005 - present - District Manager, Allied Barton Security Services
2000-2005 - Director of Security, AlliedBarton Security Services
1999-2000 - Operations Manager, Barton Protective Services
1998-1999 - Director of Security, Barton Protective Services
Joint Armed Services/U.S. Secret Service/Diplomatic Security Agency Florida Support Team.
Established security for visiting domestic and foreign dignitaries.
• Critical Incident Response Team - 24/7 ready response deployment to Joint Service Law
Enforcement agencies in the Bahamas, Georgia, Florida, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands
Certi.Jications
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Certified
Certified
Certified
Licensed
Licensed
Homeland Security (CHS)
Crime Prevention Practitioner (FCPP)
Responder- Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
Security Manager - State of Florida
Security Officer - State of Florida
Industry Associations
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American Society for Industrial Security
American College of Forensic Examiners-Homeland Security
Florida Sheriffs Association
National Association of Chief's of Police
Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office Division of Homeland Security - Council Member
Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office Residential Law Enforcement- Committee Member
Education
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United States Air Force Air University- Military Science/Communications
Unites States Coast Guard - Leadership and Management Institute
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center- Federal Agent Training
Florida Crime Prevention Training Institute - Crime Prevention Training
National Search and Rescue Academy
National Archives and Records Administration
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Vice President of Operations- Florida Region
Jose Ubieta
Years with AlliedBarton Security Services: 5 years
Years in Industry: 24 years
Past Positions
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District Manager, AlliedBaton Security Services, 2009-2013
GSA Security Management, Miami-Dade Connty, Florida, 2008-2009
Branch Manager, US Security Associates, Miami, Florida, 2001-2008
Operations Manager, Burns International, Miami, Florida, 1990-200 I
Experience
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Successfully managed 19.2 million dollar operation while providing service excellence to national
customers such as Merck, Johnson & Johnson, & VISA, and numerous Miami-Dade County
Departments such as Internal Services, Miami International Airport, Water & Sewer Treatment Plants,
Election Headquarters, Office of Emergency Management & the Department of Juvenile Justice.
Coordinated contract and event security operations for the 1997 World Series at Pro Player Stadium in
Miami, Florida.
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Extensive security experience spanning 24 years with combined commercial, private, and
governmental agencies.
Supervised contract security services for Miami-Dade County Courthouses to include screening,
personal protection, and emergency response.
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Certified Instructor for Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings, IRTB Program, New Mexico Tech.
Industry Associations
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American Society for Industrial Security
Education & Certifications
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B.A., Criminal Justice Administration, FIU
Surveillance Detection Certification provided under the Department of Homeland Security.
Certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Introduction to the Incident Command
System, ICS 100: National Incident Management System, NIMS; ICS for Single Resources and Initial
Action Incidents.
Exhibit 5
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RESPONSE TO SECTION J.- Security Guards & Supervisors
Questions 1, 3, and 4
Exhibit 5
Page 51 of 87
Section J.Security Guards/Supervijlors·1
Background Requirements
Single Site Account Manager
Reports to District Manager
The security industry is a people business. We re.cruit, train and develop our employees
because everything we do must be supported by quality personnel. Our people are our
most valuable asset. We pride ourselves on recruiting the best, managers with experience
from many industries, and then equipping them with exceptional training and support to
ensure they are successful. At Allied.Barton Security Services, career growth and
advancement is not just the company line .. .it is a reality!
The security industry is constantly evolving. There are new security and management
challenges every day and we are positioned to always meet our client's needs. We do this
through training programs that go far beyond the first day on the job. The best people
work for the best companies .. .including industry leaders such as AlliedBarton.
Basic Job Responsibilities:
• Supervise the day to day security operations of an assigned Client Site
• Manage a team of Security Officers, Site and Shift Supervisors including
hiring/selection, scheduling, payroll, training, coaching, development and support.
• Ensure the Client Site is provided with high quality security services to protect
people and property.
• Build,. improve and maintain effective relationships with both client and
employees
• Coordinate necessary support services to effectively manage client site to meet or
exceed financial and operational goals and provide quality customer service
• Ensure all required reporting and contract compliance requirements are met
• Handle any escalated security issues or emergency situations appropriately
• Other management responsibilities as determined by Client or District Manager
Basic Qualifications:
• College degree in Business Administration/Criminal Justice or equivalent experience.
• At least 2 years of business management/operations/supervisory experience.
• Previous Contract Security, facilities management, military or law enforcement
experience preferred.
• Ability to develop and grow customer relationships.
• Experience in hiring, developing, motivating and retaining staff.
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Strong time management experience required with the ability to perform multiple
tasks simultaneously.
Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills required.
Ability to work in a team-oriented management envirmm1ent with the ability to work
independently.
Ability to manage multiple priorities, complex situations, a diverse team of
employees and client requirements on an ongoing basis.
Previous payroll, billing and scheduling experience preferred.
Key Competencies: Staff Management, Financial Management, Integrity, Problem
Solving, Conflict Management, Time Management, Customer Focus, Timely
Decision Making, Motivating and Directing Others, Drive for Results
Account Manager Client/Job Specific Skill Qualifications:
1. Staff Management
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Communicate staffing needs via Requisition Form; assist recruiters in identifying,
interviewing and hiring quality candidates.
Develop staff in both technical and professional skills through performance
management (coaching, counseling, disciplining, MSO training, annual formal
performance evaluations, recognition, etc.).
Assure that employee grievances are heard and resolved (with help from appropriate
Support employees, as required) and that personnel records are updated and accurate
(Change of Status forms, rosters, etc.).
Assure communication of policies, company announcements and job openings
through a consistently updated READ file at each site.
Provides the basis of a great place to work by treating staff with respect
2. Enforcement of Contract Standards
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Meet all contractual scheduled hours with a minimum of unbilled overtime .
Coordinate and/or conduct site-specific OJT, client-specific training, and annual
refresher training for security personnel, as well as meet AlliedBarton' s corporate
training standards.
Reconcile security logs against shift responsibilities and patrols; review incident
reports prior to submitting to client and coordinate preliminary investigations.
Perform account audits and off-hour visits, completing required documentation .
Develop I maintain operational procedures so iliat a valid, site-specific OPM and
post orders are always available for emergency reference by the security staff.
Manage uniforms, equipment, supplies & vehicles utilized at ilie account,
maintaining appropriate inventories and maintenance checklists.
Take a proactive role in communicating with the client and meeting his needs; meet
with regularly, listen to issues, provide security and technical expertise and solutions.
Ensure complete customer satisfaction.
Be responsible for assigned account(s) and security personnel seven days a week.
Although supervision is in place, the Account Manager will be provided a pager to
facilitate emergency around-the-clock contact. All pager contacts must be responded
to promptly.
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3. Administrative Management
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Efficiently interface with district and support staff and negotiate realistic deadlines
for needed services.
Administer site safety program, workers' compensation and risk management
programs as appropriate to the site and Corporate procedures.
Participate in unemployment hearings
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Capably utilize WinTeam for scheduling and billing, and to produce reports
(such as Scl!.eduliug Activity, Invoice Aging by Tiers, Training Summary and
Training Detail reports) that require interpretation and action for effective
business management.
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Enforce AlliedBarton policies as outlined by the handbooks and executive memos.
4. Financial Management
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Prepare I manage annual budget and meet account financial goals including gross
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profit, overtime, and payroll accuracy. These will be greatly impacted by high
employee retention /low turnover.
Assist District Manager with rate increases, billing management and accounts
receivable.
We offer a competitive compensation package including salary, benefits, bonus potential,
training and opportunities for advancement. AlliedBarton is proud to be an Equal
Opportunity Employer MIFIDN.
AlliedBarton Security Services is the largest American-owned security officer services
company in the United States. AlliedBarton has more than 50,000 employees in 100
offices serving more than 3,300 customers coast to coast, including more than 200
Fortune 500 companies. Established in 1957, AlliedBarton has developed enhanced
expertise in a number of markets, including commercial real estate, higher education,
healthcare, residential communities, manufacturing and distribution, financial
institutions, shopping centers and other commercial facilities. Selected as one of Training
magazine's "Top 125" in2007, AlliedBarton's award-winning training focuses on
preparing employees for many different situations while also readying them for future
career advancement. AlliedBarton' s core purpose is to secure the people, homes and
businesses of our communities. Using our core values of Growth, Responsibility,
Empowerment, Achievement and Trust as guide, we dare our employees to be GREAT at
everything they do every day.
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Advan~d I-Iiring Practice
Section J..SecuriW.GiJ!Ir.ds/Superylsors-1
Background Requtr~!lu~il~~·(pon•.}
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Recruiting
Security Officer Screening Program ·
Attracting quality people is a critical
component to providing quality security
officers. We seek out candidates based
on stringent selectlon.and screening
standards.
Significant managerial time is
invested in each candidate in the
evaluation process,The screening
process includes:
• Telephone pre-screens
Some of the many recruitment
.resources we actively use include:
• Civic organl<ations
• Colleges, universities and
technical schools
• Employee referrals
• Job·fairs
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• Newspaper advertising
• Online search engines
• Open houses
•. Police and fire departments
• Professional networking with
member organizations
• Promoting from within
• Rescue squads
• Senior associations
• State job service
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• Veterans Administration and
other veterans organizations
• Pre-employment criminal
background check
• Review of company standards
and account job specifications
• ·to-person interview
• Employment and ·education
verification
• Military records check
(as permitted by law)
• Communication skms
• Social Security check
• On-site five-panel drug test
{where permitted by law)
• Motor vehicle report (as needed)
• State registration and fingerprinting
<where applicable}
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• 'File reviews and Interview by
AlliedBarton management
• Standard management testing
• Other screening programs can
be conducted at client's request
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AlliedBarton is the
Security Industry's Technology Leader.
Allied Barton continually enhances and improves business
processes by utilizing technology. From scheduling, payroll and
Invoicing processes, to means ofcominunlcatlon, to protecting
the Integrity of data systems, AllledBarton is serious about
using te.chnology to gain efficiencies, ensure accuracy and
enhance turnaround wherever possible•.
What does that mean for you? It means efficient, streamlined
business processes, smoother operations and a business
partner that you can count on. AllledBarton technology
components include:
• Service Assurance Centers Featuring Post Watch™
.AIIiedBarton's Security Services' Service Assurance Centers
utilize Post Watch technology to ensure you have the right
:people with the right skills on post every day, at every
location. Post Watch,' AllledBarton's real-time check-in, staffing
and record-keeping system, is directly administered through
our Service Assurance Centers, which are staffed by
professionally-trained representatives who are available 24
hours a day, 365 days a year.
• WinTeam-Automated Scheduling and Invoicing
AllledBarton uses a computerized, automated program that
fully integrates scheduling, payroll and billing functions. This
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system ensures accurate billing
for clients and accurate
pay-for-security
officers, and
helps in
avoiding
scheduling conflicts and reducing overtime shifts for security
officers. Tile system is periodically enhanced to Integrate the
latest technological developmimts.
• Applicant Tracking System (ATSI
The best candidates for our customers' sites/facilities are
quickly Identified through Allied Barton's automated Applicant
Tracking System (ATS). This system Includes a requisition
management function, career Website hosting, automated
e·medla posting, candidate sourcing capability, application
tracking and automated background checks. In addition, our
ATS documents and reports EEOC data, affirmative action
. requirements, hiring trends, candidate source data and
recruiter work flows.
• TeamTime-Attendance Checks
AlliedBarton offers an automated check-in system,
at our clients' worksites is
never Interrupted. When an officer arrives at work, he or she
calls a toll-free number to "report in': TeamTime uses Caller
10 technology to verify the officer's location. In the event of
tardiness or absence, supervisors are alerted immediately.
Te~mTima, to ensure coverage
• CENTRA Training
CENTRA Conference Is an application that Allied Barton
uses to conduct business-learning classes via the Internet.
These instructor·led programs enable the PC to become
the classroom.
• Incident Reporting
Allied Barton works with a strategic partner to offer our clients
leading-edge software at a discounted rate.ThlsWeb-based
software package was designed specifically for the security
industry by an Innovator and leader in the software Industry
to provide a more efficient and accurate means of reporting .
incidents. Handwritten reports and paper trails are eliminated
and replaced with a user-friendly computerized interface for
managing incidents and other related information. Data is
entered and retrieved without the hassle of excessive·
paperwork, and reports can be accessed instantly.
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Section J-Security GuardsiSupervlsors-1 (Cont.)
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SECURITY OFFICER
At AlliedBarton, quality starts and ends with our Security Officers. It's their professionalism; competence and
commitment that make the difference. AlliedBarton's Security Officers serve and secure the people; homes and
businesses of our communities.
Security Officer Quality Standards
An AlliedBarton Security Officer:
• Comes to work; is on time and completes shift assignments (including overtime, if assigned).
• Has a neat, professional appearance and comes to work in complete and clean assigned uniform.
• Has a friendly and professional demeanor and provides quality customer service.
• Is a good communicator (both verbal and written) and is capable of handling typical and crisis situations both
efficiently and effectively.
• Understands and successfully executes his/her post orders including enforcement of client and company policies,
rules illld regulations.
!curity Officer Basic Job Responsibilities:
Patrol facility or man post as instructed and serve as a general security presence and visible deterrent to crime and
client rule infractions; detect suspicious activities and watch for criminal acts or client rule infractions at or near
assigned post which may be a threat to the property, client or employees at the site. Report all incidents, accidents or
medical emergencies. Respond to emergencies, such as medical and bomb threats; and to alarms, such as fire and
intrusion by following emergency response proceedings.
Security Officer Basic Qualifications:
• Must be at least 18 years of age or older as required by applicable law or contractual requirements.
• Must have a high school diploma or OED, or at least I 0 years of verifiable employment history.
• At least one verifiable employer.
• No criminal convictions as specified under AlliedBarton guidelines.
• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing for the purpose of public interaction and report
writing.
• Authorized to work in the United States.
• Ability to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
• Negative result on pre-employment drug screen.
• Successful completion of Allied's Security Officer Basic Course exam.
• Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard.
• Neat and professional appearance.
Friendly and professional demeanor.
• Ability to providing quality customer service.
<> Ability to handle typical and crisis situations efficiently and effectively at client site.
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J.,·: )urity' Guards/Supervlsoi'S•3
Training
The Industry's Best .Security Officers Start with...
Award-winning Training Programs.
Providing the Best-trained Security Officers in the IndustryAlliedBarton's commitmentto training and employee development is second to
none in the security industry. We believe that providing the highest quality security
service in America depends on offering the high&st quality training and'career
development programs to our employees.
AlliedBarton's award-winning training has been judged to be equal to some of
America's most highly esteemed companies in a wide variety of industries.
Our commitment to developing the highest quality training programs, methods
of employee evaluation, and measurement and financial investment In training .
are all factors that lad to AlliedBarton's designation as one of Training magazine's
Top 126 companies for employee training and development three years in a row.
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Aliiedf!arton security officer candidates learn the introductory aspects of their
responsibilities during SOBC training. SOBC is normally delivered as an
instructor-led classroom course. An online version of SOBC is also available.
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:Site Orientation and On-the-jobTrainingThe .on-the-job training pi'Qcess is site-specific and customized according to the
,complexity of the workslte. The on-the-job checklist is completed and entered into
our online employee database-providing a checkpoint for this important phase
of officer training. On·the·iob training ranges from basic 8- to 16-hour packages to
advanced programs of 40 to 120 hours.
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AlliedBartonAcademy.com A key factor In an effective career development program Is tc make training
and continuing education courses meaningful and easily accessible to emp'foyees.
With AlliedBartonAcademy.com, our u~ique online career center, AllledBarton
makes pertinent and timely courses and activities available to employees 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week. A majotlty of AllledBarton's employees voluntarily participate
in conlinuing education.
Master Security Officer {MSOI ProgramThe AlliedBarton Master Security Officer (MSOI program encourages professional
development with courses that go beyond Initial training processes.AIIiedBarton
security officers choose to work toward this certification on a voluntary basis. The
curriculum of 20 courses covers a wide varietyoftopics importantto AllledBarton,
our clients and the security·industry in.general. Employees must successfully
complete a final exam at the end of each level, at which time they receive
recognition and awards. Upon completion, employees achieve the coveted
ll,lliedBarton Master Security Officer designation.
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tr~ined at your facility by
knowledgeable, reflable
AlliedBarton training officers
who are recognized as
successful instructor.s and
effective communicators.
The OJT Guidebook and O)T
andbook consist of a wide range of topics specific to your facility,
eluding:
• After~hours Access
• Opening and
• Bomb Threats
Closing Procedures
• Electrical Emergencies
• Parking and Enforcement
Emergency Contacts
• Parking Lot Security
Equipment Removal Procedures
• Patrol Routes
• Fire Alarm Response
• Post Responsibilities
• Use ofTelephones
• JD Checks
• Vehicle Assistance
• Key Control
• Mechanical Emergencies
• Water Leaks
• Media Relations
• Weather Emergencies
• Medical Emergencies
eon-the-job training process is site-specific and customized according
the complexity of the worksite. The O)T training Guidebook/Handbook
:ompleted and entered into our online employee database-providing a
eckpoint for this important phase o\ officer training. O)T tra.ining ranges
-m basic 8- to 16-hour sessions to advanced programs of 40-120 hours.
c~rtifiC,.tion ana vohjntary . .
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riu>doto'nJih.··.· levels ofachievemeot and
includes . self;stUdy training modules that
are designed to be completed over an 18'month period. These courses
cover a wide variety oftopics important to Allied Barton, our clients and the
security industry rn general. Employees work through the levels as they
become more tenured at Allied Barton. They must successfully complete a
final exam at the end of each level, at which time they receive recognition
and awards. Upon completion, employees achieve the coveted
AlliedBarton Master Security Officer designation.
• Employees achieve Level1 upon graduation from
Security Officer Basic Course.
• Level2
• FSO: Fire Safety Officer
• Physical Security and loss Prevention
• Patrol
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Crime Prevention and Response
• Workplace Safety
• Level3
• Advanced Report Writing
• Preventing Workplace Violence
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Emergency Situations
• Dealing with Aggressive Behavior
• Terrorism Awareness and Response
• level4
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Customer Intimacy
• Time Management
• Basic Investigations
• Cultural Diversity
• Strikes, Pickets and Crowd Control
• levelS
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Interpersonal Communications
• Managing Conflict
• Interviewing Witnesses and Suspects
• Teamwork
• Principles of Leadership
• A!liedBarton Master Security Officer (MSO) Designation
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ALLIED BARTON ACADEMY's
AWARD•WINNINC TRAINING
PROVIDING THE BFST·TRAINED SECURITY OFFICERS IN THE INDUSTRY.
AlliedBarton's commitment to training and employee
development is second to none in the security industry. We
believe that providing the highest quality security service in
America depends on offering the highest quality training and
... career development programs to oui employees.
AlliedBarton's award-winning training has been judged to be
equal to some of America's most highly esteemed companies
in a wide variety of industries. Our commitment to
developing the highest quality training programs, methods of
employee evaluation and measurement and financial
investment in training are all factors that led to AlliedBarton's
designation as one of the top training companies in America.
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The Role of Security Officers
Report Writing
Legal Powers and Limitations ,
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment.
Emergency Response
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• AccessToritroL.
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• Customer Service
• Professionalism and Ethics
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Allied Barton Academy's goal has always been to create
professional training programs that produce knowledgeable,
motivated and highly effective security officers, managers
and support personnel. We will continue to invest in
AlliedBarton Academy and our people. Here is a sample of
the curriculum that makes AlliedBarton Academy graduates
the best of their kind.
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PRISM
(PROfESSIONAliSM IN SECURIIV MANAGEMENT)
PRISM is a blended-learnh\g curriculum fea!Uring classroom training,
Web-based ~aining and self-study books. It is specifically designed for
AlliedBarton Account Managers and District Managers. Modeled after
AllledBarton's highly successful MSO Program for Security Officers, each
level ol training includes rewards and incentives. All PRISM graduates
receive AlliedBarton's CPSM certification. PRISM enhances the personal
and professional development of our managers, leading to reduced turnover
and higher account standards for our customers.
OPERATIONS UNIVERSITY
OperaUons Univer~ity is. an intensive, jnteractive three.day classroom
workshop de•igned for AlliedBartoitAccount Managers. The purpose of
Operations University is to shape proficient managers with smart business
sense. The class is condu~ted by training professionals in conjunction with
Popular refresher or 11retraining" top!c.s Include;
seasoned managerS and executives lo pass on real~life experience tn the
process.
The wmkshop focuses on a variety of business and security-related topics.
The Operationg University curriculum includes:
• AlliedBarton Business Overview
• Roles and Responsibilities within AlliedBarton
AlliedBarton's Training Programs and Processes
· ·• finance 101
• Employee Benefits and Human R¢sources Procedures.
• Payroll Procedures and Best Practices
• Invoicing Procedures and Best Practices
• Customer Relations Management
• Recruiting and Retention
• Employee Relations and Equal Employment Opportunities
• Coaohing, Counseling and Progressive Discipline
LEAP (LEARNING THAT EMPHMIZES ASSISTANCE AND PREPARATION)·
REFRESHER TRAINING
The key to effective learning and long-term performance excellence is the
reinforcement of initial training-by way of an effective, structured process.
local managemen4 district management and regional training staff
continually deliver a number of companywide ttaining modules as well as
programs customized to meet specific market or client needs.
• fire·Aiarms
• Access Cont(ol
• Bomb Threats
• Medical Emergencies
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Patrol
Suspicious Persons/Disturbances
Water Leaks
Power Outages
• Customer Service
• Safety Awareness
• Elevator Entrapments
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Allied Barton's refresher training can consist of individual self-study activities
such as AlliedBarton's MSO program and Web-based training courses
available via AlliedBartonAcademy.com. Refresher training is provided as
dictated by state law or by special requirements within a clienrs contract
SP!CIALIZED TRAINING TOOLS AND COURSES
In addition to AlliedBarton's Security Officer Basic Course and On·the·Job
Training for all security officers and supervisors, AlliedBarton provides
additional 5peciallzed training course•, which are appropriate for many of
our clients' programs. Common examples of specialized training courses
include:
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Automated Externai·Defiblillators (AEDs)
DrlverNehide Patrol
Bike Patrol
Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB)
•. Crisis Response
Additionally, AlliedBarton Is pleased to team our training staff with you' to . ·. ;~:.
provide other specific training at your request.
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ALLIEDBARTONACADEMY.COM
Akey factor in any effective career development program is making training and
continuing education courses meaningful and easily accessible to employees.
Through AlliedBartonAcademy.com, AllledBarton's unique online career center, we
make a vast number, and awl de range, of pertinent and timely courses and activities
available to employees 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Together with classroom
training sessions [nd other traditional methods, AlliedBartonAcademy.com makes
ongoing professional development practical for every AlliedBarton employee. In
addition, our corporate training department ensures that the training is conducted so
. that it meeiS AlliedBarton~ high standards. We believe AlliedBartonAcademy.com is a
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AtAllledBarton, we understand that customers often have specific training requirements for their type of business.
To respond to this need, we've developed the Schools of Commercial Real Estate Security, Healthcare Security,
Higher Education Security, Manufacturing and Industrial Security, Chemical Petrochemical Security, Residential
Security and Government Facility Security.
Each one of these schools provides customized training geared toward the specifications of the respective industry.
In addition to AlliedBart0n's comprehens1ve Security Officer Basic Course and On-the-job Training, security officers
will participate in a number of relevant specialized service training ccurses.
We anticipate adding more specialized training programs based on your needs.
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ServJce Awards and Performance Recognition
Security Officers are eligible for a variety of Pllrformance and service awards, such as
Security Officer of the Month and Security Officer of the Year, In whlc~ the Company
recognizes exceptional performance and dedicated service from jts officers.. Details of
_these programs are available in your District Office or from your Account Manager.
Additionally, you will be strongly encouraged to participate in the Master· Security Officer
(MSO) Program, the Company's advanced training program for Security Officers.
F-ollowing yourbasjc and site-specific training that gives you security basics, this program
will be introduced to you to ailvance your professional knowledge and competence. MSO
is a five-level program designed to take _Security Officers step-by-step toward advanced
training objectives. Upon completion of each level, you will be awarded
• Distinctive MSO uniform insignia
• Company Logo Prize for achieving MSO Levels 3, 4 and 5
Other Company programs (such as !llscounts) may be available. Your District Office may
also inform you of available participation in other local programs. These programs will
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The Allied Barton EDGPM
Our innovative Learning Management System offers employees a variety
of quality security programs, tracks compliance and helps to implement
a structured career path to engage employees and prepare them lor
additional responsibilities. This comprehensive online Learning
Management System includes each of the following platforms:
Security Officers' EDGE"'
AlliedBarton security officers begin their employment with a course
of study that allows them to apply what they learn to their current
job site. This ensures that they are ready and able to perform their
duties effectively and to our high standards. The Secwity Officers'
EDGE is also the starting point lor the officer's development and
growth wilhin the company. Course work includes:
> Security Officer Basic Course
> CPR/First Aid/AED
> Fire Safety Officer
>Safety Officer Specialist
> Driver Training Course
> Master Security Officer
>Terrorism Awareness
> learning that Emphasizes
Assistance & Preparation
> Firearms Training
>Special Contractual Training
>State-required Training
>Specialized Service Offering
Training Curricula
Client Specific Training
>Ready Response
Managers' EDGE'M
AlliedBarton managers can continue their education through a variety of courses
to help them 'mprove their effectiveness in managing security operations.
Course work includes;
.>Security Academy in leadership
Allied Barton offers the experience
and expertise to develop customized
security programs to meet specific
client needs. Our strength is our
ability to support these security
solutions with our unmatched training
in a variety of areas including:
>Supervisor's Workshop
> Emergency Plans
>Operations University
> Evacuation Procedures
>Customer Service
Leaders' EDGE'M
>On-the-job Training·
Developed in conjunction with one the nation's oldest and most respected
> Operations Procedures
universities, the Leaders' EDGE offers AlliedBarton managers and executives
> Post Orders
more than 40 courses of study. The curriculum offered promotes success in
> Patrols
their current role and prepares them lor additional responsibilities and authority.
>Access Control
Topics include:
> Diversity
> leading and Motivating
> Strategic Thinking
· > Team Management
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The Allied Barton Advantage
ALLIED BARTON
Accessibility
The Allied Barton EDGE 3M is the gateway to learning and development opportunities for
all Allied Barton employees. It is here that security officers, managers and executives
can conveniently access a variety of courses and information 24 hours a day, 7 days a
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Unparalleled Training Library
Allied Barton conveniently provides a variety of current security topics on demand at
Specialized Training Programs
the local level through comprehensive platforms including the Security Officers' EDGE,
Managers' EDGE and Leaders' EDGE, available online at AlliedBartonEOGE.com.
Training Compliance Tracking System
Allied Barton captures all the training data necessary to ensure that security officers
are effectively trained for thelr assigned posts and rneet the high standard of
performance expected by AlliedBarton and our clients. The Allied Barton EDGE
reporting system also works as a management tool to aid in the process of ongoing
AlliedBarton serves a variety of
markets with unique security
challenges, many of which require
specialized training. Our expertise
in each of these areas is reflected
in the market-specific training
programs we have developed,
which currently include:
employee coaching and development.
>Chemical and Petrochemical
Effectiveness
> Commercial Real Estate
The high percentage of employees who voluntarily participate in continuing education
>Government Services
Is only one measure of the success of Allied Barton's training programs. Due in large
> Healthcare
part to the learning opportunities made available through the AlliedBarton EDGE, we
> Higher Education
are a leader in employee retention.
> Manufacturing and Industrial
> Residential
Training Community Support
>Shopping Centers
The AlliedBarton approach to training is a true team effort. We combine our network of
talented local trainers with our full scope of national resources to provide a competitive
edge in the security services training.
Awards & Recognition
We take pride in our unique distinction as the only company
within the security services industry to be consistently ranked
as one of Training magazine's Top 125 companies, as well
as being honored with American Society for 'fi·aining and
Development BEST and Corporate University Xchange awards.
Learn more about AlliedBarton's training awards and recognition
at AlliedBartonEDGE.com.
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Training Methods
The AlliedBarlon EDGE is blended willl a variety of training
methods to provide the most effective learning environment
possible. The full scope of our training approach effectively
prepares security officers for the demands of their job today
as well as additional responsibilities in the future,
The Allied Barton EDGE is delivered through:
>elearning Modules
>Traditional Classroom Presentation
> Formalized On-the-job Training
>Pod casts
>Self-Study
>Ongoing Training
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Train for Success
At Allied Barton, we believe in order to provide the highest quaflty security
service it is critical to offer the highest level of training and career development
programs for our employees. We view our award-winning training programs
as an investment In our future - building upon the goal of producing
knowledgeable, motivated and highly effective security officers, managers
and support personnel.
Employees benefit from the Allied Barton Training EDGE- a professionally
designed and executed training series. From the mandatory Security Officer
Basic Course (SOBC), to specialized industry specific training, manageirieiit
and leadership training and ongoing courses, AlliedBarton keeps employees
Essential Courses
up-to-date on the latest industry standards. In addition, AlliedBarton
offers advancement training for employees who choose to further develop
their careers.
Acclaimed as one of the best in the security industry, the AlliedBarton Training
EDGE (E- Educate, D- Develop, G- Grow, E- Engage) training program
exemplifies our commitment to providing our customers with only the best
security officers.
Accessibility is key to AlliedBarton training programs. We stand behind our
commitment that training is an essential ingredient in the making of a superior
AlliedBarton security officer by offeling a broad range of training methods
> Security Officer Basic
Course (SOBC)
> Site orientation and
on-the-job training
> learning that Emphasizes
Assistance and Preparatior
Refresher Training (LEAP)
Career Advancement
including classroom, self-study and web-based curriculums.
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Local Response I National Support
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Providing the Best Trained Security Officers
in the Industry.
Search & Screen
It all starts with recruitment. The Allied Barton recruitment processes are built
on our Local Response I National Support philosophy. We tap into local talent
through resources such as civic organizations, veterans groups, job fairs and
police departments to find individuals with the right skills. The national support
of our automated Applicant Tracking System allows us to streamline efforts to
provide qualified personnel on-site in a timely manner.
Once quality candidates are identified, each potential AliledBarton candidate must
successfully complete rigorous drug and background screenings. Only those
candidates who excel in skill testing, and demonstrate motivation and initiative
during the interview process are invited to join the AlliedBarton team.
Develop & Retain
There's good reason why AlliedBartoh boasts one of the lowest security officer
turnover rates in the industry. We value our employees and follow through on
our ccmmitment to tiheir development with excellent compensation, benefits and
acknowledgement. We provide meaningful benefits packages to our employees,
and offer plenty of awards and incentives to reward those who perform.
Benefits Packages Include
> Medical/Dental/Vision insurance
> Paid vacation
> Competitive wages
> Paycards
> 401(k) plan with company match
> Rewards program
> Length of service awards
> Employee assistance programs
> Pre-paid legal services
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RESPONSE TO SECTION J.- Security Guards & Supervisors
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS .....................................................................................................................i
FOREWORIL ...................................................................................................................................iii
WELCOME ....................................................................................................................................... iv
ALLIEDBARTON COMPANY PROFILE ...................................................................................................... 1
OVERVIEW OF COMPANY HISTORY ....................................................................................................1
OUR CORE PURPOSE ....................................................................................................................... 1
OUR CORE VALUES- DARE TO BE GREAT.. ....................................................................................... 1
INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................................................2
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION .......................................................................................................2
OPEN DOOR POLICY ................................................................................... , .................................... 2
CONCERN RESOLUTION PROCESS .................................................................................................... 3
CRIMINAL RECORD ....................... ,, ........................................................ , .............. ,.......................... 4
EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONS ............................. , ........................................................................... .4
EMPLOYMENT OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................................ 4
EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFICATION .......................................................................................... , ..............4
CoMPENSATION ...............................................................................................................................4
DISCLOSURE OF WAGE INFORMATION ....... ,, ............... , .......................................................................5
HoURLY CLASSIFICATIQN .................................................................................. , .............................. 5
PAY PERIODS AND PAYCHECKS ........................................................................................... : ............ 5
HOW TO ACCESS INFORMATION ON MYALLIEDBARTON.COM .............................................................. 6
RECORDING HOURS WORKED ................................................................ , ..................................... , .... 6
DEDUCTIONS FROM PAYCHECKS ........................................................................................... , ........... ?
PERSONNEL FILES ......................................... , ......................................................... .......... : .......... , .. 7
TRANSFER, PROMOTION & JOB POSTINGS .........................................................................................7
EMPLOYEE STATUS CHANGE NOTICE ................................................................................................8
SERVICE AWARDS AND PERFORMANCE RECOGNITION ................................. , ..................................... 8
MAINTAINING A GOOD WORK RELATIONSHIP ..................................................................................... 9
PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS ............................................................. , .................................... , ....... 9
YOUR ROLE AS A SECURITY OFFICER ................................................................................................. 10
PERSONAL APPEARANCE AND PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS ................................................................... , ... 10
UNIFORMS ....... , ................................................................... ,......................................................... 11
10 CARDS AND LiCENSES/REGISTRATION ........................................................................................12
CURRENT PERSONAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................12
EMPLOYMENTVERIFICATIONS .........................................................................................................12
TRAVEL PAY OR EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENTS ................................................................................. 12
YOUR WORK DAY .....................................................................................................................................13
YouR FIRST AsSIGNMENT ............................................................................................. , ................ 13
REPORTING FOR DUTY ................................................................................................................... 13
ON-DUTY PROCEDURES ......................... ,,, ........................................................ , ........ , .................. , 13
END OF SHIFT RESPONSI BIUTIES .................................................................................................... 14
CALLING-0FF FROM DUTY .............................................................................................................. 14
YOUR MOST IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION- CLIENT SATISFACTION .................................................... 15
GENERAL PERFORMANCE GUIDELINES ............................................................................................ 15
STANDARDS OF CONDUCT ON-THE..JOB ............................................................................................. 15
RULES/STANDARDS OF CONDUCT ....................................... ,, ........................................ ,,,,, ..... , ....... 16
March 2005; Revised September, 2013, Revised May 2014
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PROGRESSIVE DISCIPLINE .............................................................................................................. 17
ATIENDANCE POLICY ..................................................................................................................... 17
DRUG AND SUBSTANCE-FREE WORKPLACE ..................................................................................... 19
INTERNET, TELEPHONE, AND ELECTRONIC USAGE ........................................................................... 20
Loss/DAMAGE OF PROPERTY .........................................................................................................20
No-SoLICITATION ..........................................................................................................................21
No-FRATERNIZATION AND No-NEPOTISM ........................................................................................ 21
GUIDELINES FOR UTILIZING SOCIAL MEDIA ......................................................................................21
SAFETY .........................................................................................................................................22
WORKPLACE INJURY ......................................................................................................................22
OPERATION OF VEHICLES ...............................................................................................................23
TIME OFF ....................................................................................................................................................25
HOLIDAYS ......................................................................................................................................25
VACATION ......................................................................................................................................25
BEREAVEMENT ............................................................................................................................... 26
JURY DUTY ....................................................................................................................................26
BENEFITS ...................................................................................................................................................27
BASIC INFORMATION .............. ., .......................................................................................................27
CoNTINUATION oF CovERAGE (COBRA) ........................................................................................28
401 (K) SAVINGS PLAN ....................................................................................................................29
WORKPERKS .................................................................................................................................30
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ....................................... , ............. : ...................................................... 31
LEAVE OF ABSENCE (LOA) ..................................................................................................................... 31
FAMILY AND MEDICAL lEAVE ACT ...................................................................................................31
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION LEAVE ............................................................................................ 33
30 DAY MEDICALLEAVE ................................................................................................................. 34
MILITARY LEAV£.............................................................................................................................35
LEAVING ALLIEDBARTON SECURITY SERVICES ................................................................................ 35
RESIGNATION .................................................................................................................................35
IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS .................................................................................................... 35
RECEIPT OF EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK ................................................................................................... 36
March 2005; Revised September, 2013, Revised May 2014
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A decision to seek such assistance will not be used as the basis for disciplinary action and will
not be used against the individual in any disciplinary proceeding. On the other hand, using a
counseling or treatment program will not be a defense to the imposition of discipline for any
previous or subsequent violation of the policy or rules listed above_
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As part of your work responsibilities, you may be assigned the use of a computer, radio,
telephone or other communication device. Use of such devices is restricted solely to Company
business purposes. Using such items for personal reasons is strictly prohibited unless
approved by your District Manager on a case-by-case basis. You are advised that the
Company monitors such equipment to enforce this policy - that is, you should have no
expectation of privacy while using such devices. You will be held responsible for violations of
this policy, including using the equipment in a harassing or intimidating manner, which may
include both disciplinary action and financial reimbursement to the Company for unauthorized
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Property belonging to AlliedBarton, fellow employees or the client may not be borrowed,
destroyed, taken, damaged or loaned by employees. Any employee, who damages, destroys,
or misuses such property will be subject to disciplinary action and may be held financially
responsible for the value of the damage, theft or misuse.
Respecting Property
We treat Company and customer property as just that- Company and customer owned, and
thus worthy of respect. We protect and preserve both and refrain from using them for personal
gain.
Use of Resources
AlliedBarton discourages inappropriate use of Company and/or customer property. Employees
are trusted to act responsibly, reasonably and maturely, and to use good judgment in the use of
all Company and customer-provided communications and computing devices, including but not
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Copying devices (scanners and copy machines)
Telephones
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Desktop and laptop computers; and
Remote access/dial-up hardware and software devices
Employees may not use Company or client-provided computers or other electronic devices to
transmit, store, or download materials that are threatening, maliciously false, or obscene.
Facilities, equipment, technology and resources are the property of the Company/client for
business use and to help you do your job. The Company reserves the right, at all times, to
review and open all e-mai\s, listen to voice-mails, and otherwise inspect and review the contents
of all computers and other electronic devices.
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RESPONSE TO SECTION K.l
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RESPONSE TO SECTION K. 2
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AlliedBarton Security Services
Policy Statement
Human Resources - Drug-Free Workplace Policy
DATE APPROVED:
DATE REVISED:
SOURCE:
PREPARED BY:
Policy:
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3/30/98
8/18/08
Human Resources Department
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Purpose:
Allied Barton has a legal and moral obligation to maintain a safe and hazard-free work
environment for all employees and will act in good faith to maximize the personal safety
of each employee, the employee's co-workers, our customers, property and the general
public.
Allied Barton recognizes that drug and alcohol abuse can be a key contributor to work
environment safety and health problems. Drug and alcohol abuse can results in
decreased productivity, judgment and/or quality of task management decisions which
may ultimately be a factor in increased numbers of accidents, medical costs,
absenteeism, and workers' compensation costs.
Person(s) Responsible:
Employee's Supervisor I Manager
District Manager
Human Resources Representative
Scope of Employees Covered:
All Allied Barton Employees
References:
Release Form #HR09
Policy Statement:
It is AlliedBarton's intent to provide a workplace free of illegal drugs and alcohol abuse.
POliCY:
Substance Regulations
1. The manufacture, possession, use, purchase or distribution of illegal drugs (meaning
those drugs for which there is no generally accepted medical use, e.g. marijuana,
cocaine, methamphetamine, etc.) or paraphernalia associated with illegal drugs by
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an employee in a Company vehicle, at a job site, or Company property, or during
work hours is strictly prohibited. Substantiated evidence of noncompliance will result
in employment termination.
2. The use of alcohol by an employee in a Company vehicle, at a job site, or on
Company property* is strictly prohibited. Substantiated evidence of noncompliance
will result in employment termination. (*Any exception for special Company functions
must be approved by the Vice President/General Manager.)
3. Reporting to work or working while intoxicated by alcohol or under the influence of
any controlled substance is specifically prohibited and may result in termination.
4. Allied Barton reserves the right to require testing of employees involved in workrelated accidents, and/or when the Company has a reasonable cause to believe that
an employee is under the influence of controlled substances and/or alcohol.
Additionally, random testing is permitted at a client site as described under
"Circumstances for Testing."
5. As a condition of employment with AlliedBarton, candidates offered employment will
be required to take a drug-screening test. This will normally be a pre-employment
test; however, if a client's contract (or renegotiated contract) requires more than the
standard number of panels, personnel transferring or already assigned to that
account may be required to pass another drug test as a condition of continued
employment.
6.
Employees who operate vehicles as part of their Allied Barton responsibilities must
notify their supervisor or appropriate Company manager when they are taking
prescription or non-prescription medication which contains a WARNING LABEL
stating that the use of that drug may impair their ability to safely operate machinery
or vehicles.
Confidentiality
All matters concerning an individual and this policy are handled in the most confidential
manner possible; and all medical records (such as drug and alcohol test results) will be
kept in the individual's "confidential" file.
Circumstances for Testing
1.
Pre-employment I Pre-placement Testing
Every final candidate for placement (management and non-management) will be subject
to pre-employment drug testing as a condition of employment. As allowed by state
regulations, most screens will be given on-site; in some locations, laboratories may be
used. Some client contracts may require a combination or number of panels that would
require testing at a lab. Applicants who agree to pre-employment or pre-assignment
screening must sign a consent form (# HR 09). Failure to do so will eliminate
prospective employees from consideration for employment. Additionally, off-site testing
requires a chain of custody form.
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2.
Reasonable Cause Testing
Any employee who sustains a serious injury on the job, or whose performance indicates
reasonable suspicion to do so, may be asked to submit to a drug and/or alcohol test.
Reasonable suspicion for testing includes, but is not limited to:
behavior exhibited by the individual who is observed performing in an erratic or
unsafe manner, or
an employee exhibits a noticeable alteration in capability or performance (e.g.
impairment of motor skills or speech, excessive belligerence, disorientation or
involvement in an unexplained accident).
The grounds for reasonable cause testing should be documented in writing.
Where allowed by the state, an on-site drug screen may be used. If using an off-site
screening location, it should be an approved (by our Medical Review Office) collection
site and a chain of custody form should be used. If an approved lab is not available, or if
a test is required off-hours, resulting in a screen taking place at a hospital or other place
outside the normal Medical Review Organization network, have the employee sign a
statement allowing the testing facility to release the results to Allied Barton.
Refusal or failure by an employee to sign a required form, submit to a drug/alcohol
analysis under these circumstances or permit release of test results wHI effect
termination. Any employee about whom there is reasonable suspicion of involvement
with drugs or alcohol may be required to submit to a search of his or her desk, locker,
clothing, belongings, and/or possessions. By submitting to a search, the employee is
offered the opportunity to prove his or her innocence. Refusal to submit to a search is
refusal to follow orders and will be grounds for discipline, including suspension and/or
discharge.
AlliedBarton reserves the unqualified right, in its sole discretion, to require any employee
whose job performance appears to be impaired because of the use of alcohol or any
drug, including prescribed or over-the-counter drugs, to be sent home without pay until
test results are returned and/or the employee appears capable of returning unimpaired.
3.
Random Testing
Periodic substance screening may be required as a condition of continued employment
by certain clients (per their contracts), where allowed by state law. Random testing may
occur when job duties involve significant responsibility for the safety and health of
others. An employee will be informed if s/he is assigned to a location where random
testing may occur. These screens will be conducted on a random, unannounced basis
by AlliedBarton's Medical Review Office (MRO). Contact the Region Director of
Recruiting or Corporate Human Resources to set up random drug testing.
Testing Standards
1. Test levels for illegal drugs will be consistent with those established by the scientific
community as posing a risk to the user and/or others. Additionally levels have been
established so as to assure accurate reporting and to preclude false positive
identification due to use of over-the-counter medications, passive inhalation of
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marijuana, etc. Under-the-influence levels for alcohol have been established in
accordance with Department of Transportation (DOT} rules, as have been the
standard drug screening used on-site. The Company reserves the right to test an
employee for the presence of medication that it has reason to believe is a safety
concern.
2.
In states that permit on-site testing, all viable candidates will be screened using an
on-site urine or saliva test.
3. All testing conducted at a laboratory will be at one that has been properly certified
and/or accredited to be capable of performing all of the required tests and
maintaining the chain of custody integrity. Selection will be based on the
recommendations of the Medical Review Office. (Exception may be made in
situations where off-hour for-cause testing is required; hospitals are generally the
only choice during the night)
4.
Positive test results of on-site screens will cause opportunity for re-analysis or retesting at an approved laboratory, at the individual's expense. If the confirmation test
proves to be negative, the candidate will be reimbursed for the cost of the
confirmation.
Effect of Testing Positive
1.
If the results of the substance screening for a prospective employee are verified
positive, in the absence of reasonable rnedical explanation as judged by the
Company or Medical Review Office, the job offer will be rescinded.
2.
If a current employee is substance tested for any reason (for cause, randomly, or
due to client requirements) and the results of the screening are positive for alcohol or
illegal drugs, the employee will be terminated.
3.
Prospective employees who test positive and/or whose job offer has been rescinded
because of a positive drug test result must wait one year from the date of the last test
to re-apply for employment with Allied Barton.
GENERAl PROCEDURES:
Communication of Drug Policy
Applicants and employees will be advised of our drug-free workplace and testing policy
through several venues including, but not limited to:
Signs prominently displayed in the reception area;
Drug-free Workplace Agreement I Consent Form (# HR09), which summarizes the
regulations and must be signed to authorize a pre-employment drug screen;
Employment Handbooks.
Methods of Testing
As allowed by state regulations, the Company standard will be a five-panel on-site
screen. In states that disallow on-site urine or saliva screening, drug screens at a
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certified laboratory will be the standard. In all states, regardless of the Company's
standard, clients may require a different mix or greater number of panels as part of their
contract. AlliedBarton's chosen Medical Review Office is responsible for qualifying the
laboratories and arranging chain of custody forms.
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RESPONSE TO SECTION L3: OSHA CITATIONS
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Exhibit 5
Page 83 of 87
RESPONSE TO SECTION l.3: OSHA NOTICES OF VIOLATION
Exhibit 5
Page 84 of 87
omplaint No
Notice Date
Notice Status
State
City
Description
1. Self-contained breathing apparatus to be used when fighting fires are not rated to be used for
Street Address
fig hting.
2. Employee are not fit·tested for respirators to be used when figh ing fires and employees share
911412009 Response sent I Closed
207074279
IN
3210Watli ~
East Chicago
them.
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207414152
912312009 207414152
TN
Knoxville
Emp loyees are not allowed to get food, water or take restroo m breaks during 12 hours work shifts.
1. Keypad electrical cord is stretched accross the walkway
causing a tripping hazard. ! Gate 3,
3700 Middlebrook Pike
Aviation Blvd)
206873432
10/2012009 Response sent I Closed
GA
Atlanta
202917332
11/1812009 Res onse sent I Closed
12/2112009 Response Sent I Closed
WA
PA
Bellevue
12/2812009 Response Sent I Closed
NY
--
n/a
2066508S5
2. Burgundy poles located between the employee parking lot and the kiosk are causing a tripping
hazard.jGate 3, Aviation Blvd)
1775 Aviation Blvd
Pittsburg
1227 124th Ave NE
249 Fifth Ave, One PNC Parking Garage
The air within the refrigerated area smells strongly of ammonia and caused mild buring at t he edges
of employees' eyes, nose and mouth.
Roach infest of the unde rground level of the parking garage
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1. Employee are exposed to no heat condition in the ha llway between North and South Slip of
Staten Island
1 Bay Street
enclosed glass.
1/2012010 Response Sent I Closed
NY
Bronx
17935
412712010 Response Sent I Closed
FL
Tampa
207580663
5/312010 Response Sent/ Closed
TX
Port Arthur
207095795
F
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2035 Bartow Ave
Employee are exposed to extreme coldtemperatures when working in outdoor security kiosk
because generators that supply heat are not working.
Rest rooms not readily ava ila ble .
1. MSDS are not available.
2. Bottles containing chemkals are not labeled.
I
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3. OSHA notice is not posted.
4700 S. Gulfway Dr.
1. Emerge ncy Escape procedures and emergency escape route assignments
2. Procedures to be followed by employees who remain to op erate critical plant before they
evacuate;
3. Procedures to account for all employees after emergency evacuation has been completed
4. Rescue and medical duties for th ose employees who are to perform them
5. The preferred means of reporting fires and other emergencies; and
6. Names or regular job titles of persons or departments who can be con tacted for further
information or explanations of duties under the plan
7. Alarms systems, Alarm system must be in compliance with WAC 296-800-310
313889396
207715343
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S/1212010 Response Sent/ Closed
WA
Bellevue
1227 124th Ave NE
8. Evacuation. Employer shall establish in the emergency action plan the types
5/28/2010 Response Sent I Closed
TX
San Antonio
4514 Frank Bryant lane
Guard house was not clean and smelled of smoke.
1. Employees are not provided drinking water when work ing outside in the sun.
2. Employees bring their own wa ter which is sometimes stolen when employee are attending to
customers.
3. Employees are not prov ided breaks.
4. Employees are not exposed to direct sunlight for most of their shift an d no access t o shades.
S. Restrooms not provided. Employees are instructed to use hotels that have approved the use of
t heir facilities. Employees could spend 15 min walking to the restroom
207126848
NIA
612612010 Response Sent /Closed
NV
l as Vegas
1515 East Tropica na Ave, Suite 680
_ _7/7/~lQ_Response Sent I Closed
PA
Pittsburgh
3460 Sth Ave
Po rtable water for drinking and washi ng is not provided to employees that must work at the facility.
Exhibit 5
Page 85 of 87
1. Employees are expected to confront t hose people w ithout training.
2. Employees are requested to monitor engineering sections on weekends and holidays with our
proper training.
3. On graveyards and holidays there is only one guard on duty in holidays for all building and parking
7/9/2010 Response I Sent Closed
207892092
207805524
8/19/2010 Response S:..:e;;;
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FL
MO
Tampa
3710 Corporex Park Dr
lot.
Kansas City
801 Pennsylvan ia Ave
1. Security Officers are not being_offered the Hepatitis B Vaccinations.
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1.Hearing Conservation- Security Officer were reported to be required to have a heari ng
conservat ion program provided. No records or program provided.
2.Respirators- Resp irators or cartridges not provided
3.Hard hats and safety glasses not provided
4.Safety vest are dirty and undersized.
5.No restroom facilities at East Gate or South Gate. Up to rover to provide break for security officer,
some wait for hours for relief.
6 .Nauseous Odors from secondary water area
7.Security officers were not informed of Asbestos Abatement Job locations onsite.
10/19/2010 Response Sent I Closed
N/A
WA
Everett
2600 Fede ral Avenue
While on patrol around the vessel guards are exposed to air contaminants including but not limited
to: fuel exhausted from fue l tanks via local venti lation fans plastic duct work exhausting into the
interior corridors; blast grit, pa ints and primers applied to the outer hull and decks; and bottom
12/13/2010 Response Sent I closed
200960656
207720780
207720798
1/6/2011 Closed - 1/11/11
1/6/2011 Closed- 1/11/11
OR
Portland
5555 N. Chane I Ave
paint containing pesticides.
ID
ID
Boise
Nampa
9466 W. Fairview Ave.
3611 E. Amity Ave.
1. EEs not provided w/ bathroom breaks during entire shift
NY
Lakewood
Chautauqua Mall Construction Site
2. No bathroom facilities provided w/wa rm run ning water
1. EEs handling dirty uniforms w/out appropriate PPE
1. No heat w as provided
207403700
1/24/2011 Response sent - 1/28/11
1. Ees not permitted to seak shelter during heavy rain and thunderstorms.
2. Ees are working at curve of roadway and are subject to being struck
208234518
2/3/2011 Response sent - 2/16/11
FL
Tampa
5124 Causeway Blvd.
by trailers when performing
security checks
1. Insufficient number of bathrooms
2. Port a John not mainta ined in a san itary cond iti on
3. EEs exposed to breathing dust particles -air filter not changed
4. EEs exposed to vermin
208154096
3/ 30/2011
NJ
Jersey City
Gate 3 at 135 Duffield Ave.
208455808
6130/2011 Res~onse sent 7/5/2011
FL
Tampa
4510 Oak Fair Blvd.
5. EEs exposed to electric shock hazard
6. EEs exposed to slip/fall hazard due to water on floor
1. Ees are exposed to inclement weather conditions such as lightening and thunder and they w ere
to ld not t o enter the security trailer.
1. Ees are experiencing neck, back, shoulder and other upper extremity pain whi le working at the
207904020
7/29/2011
NV
Las Vegas
413 Campbell Drive
OR
Portland
3121 SW Moody Ave.
guard station due to an inadequately sized cha ir.
Inspection Performed Letter of
Corrective Action Received Waiting for
208457648
8/2/2011 Settlement Agreement 11/28/11
1. Ees work around asbestos and have had no training on hazards
1. No drinking water
207787425
8/23/2011 Closed - 8/30/2011
FL
West Palm Beach
2101 Cent re Park West Dr., St e. 100
9/26/2011 Response sent- 9/29/11
PA
Pittsburgh
3 PNC 225 5th Avenue
2. No washing facility w ith sink and water
1. No ventilation is provided where floor stlpping and buffing operations are conducted. Ees are
Not Provided
208538298
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potentially overexposed to exhaust from Industrial strippers and waxes.
1:EeSnot provide w/access to potable drinking water.
~lll/2011 Response sent - 10/14/11
FL
Jacksonville, FL
1163 Talleyrand Avenue
2. Ees not provided w/access to handwashings and bathroom faci lities.
1. S/Os are exposed to electric shock- 207101015
10/14/2011 Response sent - 10/20/11
NY
2/2/2012 Response Sent I Closed
co
Rockland County, NY
2. S/Os are exposed to potential beao;-r.::
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146809
Westminster
1200 N. 120th Ave.
Material while working at the Avaya facility.
I
Exhibit 5
Page 86 of 87
1. Mold In t he security booth
208796755
5/4/2012 Response sen t
Fl
Tampa
2. Roof leaks flooding ou t the booth, creating a slip and tall
4424 North Westshore Blvd
Hazard
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1. Se<urity Guards who provide emergency medical response FR clothing is worn and no longer
effective. Current replacements are non-FR clothing
2. Securit y Guards are exposed t o airborne Coal/Coke above the permissibl e exposure limit.
3. Steam from the quench t ower and outside steam vent are contaminated with an Oily substance
and officers are exposed to airborne levels above the permissible exposure.
4. Securit y Guards are exposed to health hazards due to the proximity of the lunch are t o the
restrooms.
5. Security Guards are provided annual health screening, including lu ng x-rays.
6. Security Guards are not provided suitable chairs.
374609
ll
6/5/2012 Op en
Gran ite
2585 Edwardsville Rd
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1. Employees are exposed t o mold and mil dew conditions that were worsened due to the recent
water main break.
2. The stability of the structure Is In question.
3. The floor tiles that are being removed may contain asbest os.
393290
6/13/2012 Response Sen t
425991
7/3/2012 Response sent
7/5/2012 Open
430070
OH
Walton Hills
ll
Danville
PA
-
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Pittsburgh
7845 Northfield Rd
Securit y officers In the locked sheds are exposed to extreme heat and two employees have passed
3400 E. Main St
out.
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employees experienced burning eyes, nausea, headaches and fatigue while occupying the
underground spaces.
249 5th Avenue
1. No Bathroom is provided for guards
2. Guards have to go behind the empty trailers and use the ground.
3. There are no available bathrooms nearby.
208883165
8/6/2012 Closed
TN
Chattanooga
7200 Discovery Dr
491610
8/7/2012 Op en
NJ
Newark
990 South Orange Ave
4. No runni ng water but sometimes hand sanitizer is provided.
1. Employees are being exposed to bed bugs and have experienced bites.
2. Employees are being exposed to extreme heat conditions while working near the street entrance
area.
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TX
San Antonia
375 Airlift Dr
-Employees are getting Ill w hen exposed to black mold, chemicals and abestos in room 122A
Gloves in use may be inadquate
2/1/2013 Closed
3/26/2013 Open
NC
NJ
Charlotte
East Hanover
600 East 4th Street
1 Health Plaza,
NJ
854696
7/22/2013
7/23/2013 Open
9/27/2013 Open
New Vorl<
Newark
Tampa
Not isslng replacement gloves
Shuttle Drivers working at the jobsite were prohibited from using restroom facilities.
1. Toilet Facilities are not made available to employees
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2. The employer has not provide portable water for employees to drink.
The Guards booth was not maintained as to prevent the entrance of insects.
1856612
10/21/2013 Open
670571
208723098
810837
11/23/2012 Open
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833632
833960
871981
875035
890943
2/11/2014 Closed
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Fl
--
3/6/2014 Open
5/22/2014 Response sent
NJ
-
1 World Trade Cent er
5-2S Manor Or.
3710 Corporex Park Dr
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Colorado SPri ngs
5575 Tech Center Drive Suit e 119
Niles
5959 W. Howard Ave
Kansas City
East Hanover
8121 Ne 69 Highway
1 Health Plaza
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l. Guard Shack employees may be exposed to mold due t o poor indoor air quality
1.. Employees are exposed to burn hazards while performing fluid checks on patrol vehicles while
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vehicles are hot, with out proper protective equipment.
Item 1: Security Guards do not have access t o running wat er and the bathroom waiter Is of poor
quality (brown In color)
Item 1: The guard shack does not have a door. A plastic tarp is being used as a makeshift door which
does not kee p the heat in.
1. Employees are exposed to unsanita ry conditions while operating shuttle bus.
Exhibit 5
Page 87 of 87
Employees are exposed to direct sunlight (UV radiation) while working Inside a security booths,
during morning hours. No shading or Window blinds are provided to block the direct sunlight in t hat
895464
6/25/2014 Open
NJ
East Hanover
1 Health Plaza
896701
7/9/2014 Op en
MA
Boston
Northeastern University
they are required to sit and face the east.
1. Employees In enclosed booths experiencing heat stress.
2. Employer has not eva luated working conditions for hazard s associated with arthropod control and
other health hazards.
3. Employer has not developed a training program regarding heat stress and heat stroke.