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Amalgamated Security Ambulance Unit Recognizes Its Employees for Their Achievement in CEVO Certification

Amalgamated Security Services Limited Ambulance Unit staff recognized for their dedication to duty and customer service. Ms. Evette Mitchell awarded Employee of the Month & Driver of the Month for June 2018as well as received citation for Good Customer Service. In addition, Rykiel Alexander and Darren Maharaj presented with their CEVO Certificate and Patch.

Amalgamated Security Services Sponsors Self Defence Training for Its Employees

Amalgamated Security Services Limited is sponsoring free self defence training classes to all members of staff. This training is beneficial in the performance of your duties as well as in your own private lives for you and your family.

Classes will be administrated by the Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety and conducted by Master Stokely Clarke, a world championship professional.

Venue & Time of classes are as follows:

  • Tuesdays, Faith Revival Ministries, El Dorado Road, Tunapuna, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm. Starting Tuesday March 13, 2018
  • Saturdays, ASSL, Chaguanas, 81-82, Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm. Starting Saturday March 17, 2018.

For further information, please contact the Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety at 223-6999 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Mr. Allan Cummings at 730-0545.

 

Thirty Police Officers Sharpen Their Skills in First Aid and CPR a Program Facilitated by Amalgamated Security Services Limited

Basseterre, St. Kitts, February 04, 2018 (RSCNPF): Some thirty (30) Police Officers from both St. Kitts and Nevis are better prepared to respond to emergencies and save lives after participating in a one-day First Responders Training Workshop held recently. The session covered the basics of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and using an automated external defibrillator (AED). The officers came from several police units, however, most were drawn from the Special Services Unit and the Drug Unit.

The session took place at the Police Training Complex and was facilitated by Edgar Aboud who is a Director with the Amalgamated Security Service Limited (ASSL). Mr. Aboud described ASSL as one of the largest security companies in the Caribbean. The company is a sponsor and partner of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police. According to Mr. Aboud, about two years ago, the company chairman gave a directive for training to be offered to police officers in the Caribbean region as a way of giving back to its partners and their officers.

As a result, ASSL created a program called the 'Amalgamated Security Saving Lives Program' where it offers Caribbean islands free training in life-saving techniques. Different levels of training have been developed and a number of police services in several islands have already contacted the company to have sessions conducted for their officers, including the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force.

"In a nutshell the different levels of training and the types of training that we want to offer [are] first aid, defensive driving, coaching vehicle operators - [that is] driving techniques for officers whether it be police, whether it be ambulance, whether it be fire. We've also offered for them…a tactical level training that could go from three to four days where we take your officers and we sharpen their skills,” Mr. Aboud explained.

“So we do this level of training as well and, again the main function of this offering from the Amalgamated Security Services Limited is that we want to give back and one of our ways of giving back to our officers is this level of training that we do so, that when the officers go on the beat we want them to return safely," he added.

All the Police Officers received a Certificate of Participation and those who pass will get internationally-recognised certification.

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Head of Electronic Security & Integrated Systems Business Unit and Commissioning Field Support and Training Engineer of Amalgamated Security Achieves Aimetis Certified Systems Engineer Certification

Amalgamated Security Services proudly congratulates Head of Electronic Security & Integrated Systems Business Unit, Dr. Paul Alleyne and Commissioning Field Support & Training Engineer, Marc Sajabi on their achievement in attaining the Aimetis Certified Systems Engineer Certification. 

Aimetis, a Senstar company, is a software company offering integrated intelligent video management solutions for security surveillance and business intelligence applications. The company is a global leader in intelligent video technology and is propelling the adoption of video analytics as an integral component of video management solutions.

The integration of this certification to Amalgamated Security portfolio allows the Company to resell Aimetis' award-winning products.

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