The bulk of hotel security's day is filled with patrolling hotel floors & grounds, hotel entrances, lobby, restaurant, and hallways. They provide a sense of security to both hotel staff and guests simply by being present. Depending on hotel resources and size, some hotel security may be assigned to a surveillance room, where they monitor the hotel via security cameras.
Escort People In/Out of the Hotel
Hotel security is also responsible for escorting guests and hotel staff to and from the hotel. Additionally, hotel security may need to escort belligerent guests off hotel property, especially in hotels that have bars.
The Primary Objectives of a Hotel Security Officer:
The Hotel Security Officer primary objective is to protect the guests of the hotel from harm.
The Hotel Security Officer primary objective is to protect the hotel's employees and the hotel's properties all the time.
The Hotel Security Officer primary objective is to conduct patrols in order to ensure the hotels safety.
Needs FSD certification
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