Employee Updates

**Weekly Timesheet**

For a copy of the new weekly timesheet please click on the link Weekly Time Sheet 2017 (1).

**Employee Referral Bonus Program**

Chief Protective Services Is Now Offering an Employee Referral Bonus Program!

How it works:

  • Simply refer a qualified candidate to apply with Chief Protective Services
  • Submit the completed “Employee Referral Bonus Program Agreement” to Human Resources (forms are available online or at the Corporate office in Corona)

Referred Candidates must be hired within 6 months of the Participant’s submission of the agreement and work no less than 90 days of full-time employment (full employment is based on 40 hours per week x 12 weeks).  For those individuals who do not have a guard card we do offer a Guard Card Training Program at the Corporate office in Corona:  Monday – Thursday from 9:00am-1:00pm; for more information on either of these programs call (888) 332-4648 or click on the link to download the Employee Referral Bonus Program .

We look forward to working with you in building a successful team here at Chief!

**Heat Advisory**

Now that summer is here many of us will be outside playing in the pool, going to the beach, or working outside as part of your job requirement. As temperatures increase it is important to consider special safety considerations such as: sunburn, heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and dehydration. We are all at risk for these symptoms when it gets hot though keep in mind the fact that we all have a different tolerance level and some people are much more sensitive to heat and sun than others.

Illnesses caused by heat and exposure to the sun:

  • No sweating. The body appears to be red, hot, and dry.
  • Rapid pulse
  • Complaints of; dizziness, headaches, nausea, confusion or delirium
  • Possible fainting, seizures, or collapse

Heat exhaustion has numerous symptoms including:

  • Heavy sweating
  • Thirst
  • Clammy and pale skin
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Loss of coordination
  • Confusion
  • Headache, nausea or vomiting
  • Loss of apetite

Heat stroke is the body’s ability to cool itself. Look for:

  • Sunburns are painful and given enough exposure to the sun, can cause skin cancer
  • Heat rashes, or prickly heat. Bathing regularly and keeping the skin clean and dry will prevent these.
  • Heat cramps can occur when you are perspiring heavily and not getting enough of the minerals your body needs to replace those lost in sweat. These cramps are often in the legs, arms or stomach, and sometimes don’t show up until after work is finished. Drink plenty of fluids, especially water, to avoid becoming dehydrated, and eat a balanced diet.

Actions to take:

  • Immediately call for medical help
  • Move the person to a cool location out of the sun
  • Immerse them in water but not ice water
  • DO NOT give them to drink- as they may lose consciousness

Precautions to take:

  • Wear a hat; if you are going to be outside, wear a hat to prevent sunburn
  • Sunscreen: To protect skin from exposure to to the sun, wear sunscreen and re-apply at regular intervals
  • Well-balanced meals; your body needs vitamins and minerals. Make sure you eat enough fruits, vegetables and water.
  • Breaks: Take frequent breaks out of the sun or in a cooler area to help reduce effect of heat on body
  • Carry water; if possible, keep plenty of water on hand.

**Leadership Program**

Chief Protective Services, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of our Leadership Training Program (LTP).  This program is only available to those elected by our Board of Directors to participate.  Our management team will be scouting the company for what we consider to be the most deserving individuals to join this program.  We will be looking for those officers who display loyalty, work ethic, customer service skills, and leadership ability.  If you are selected to join this program the company will invest time, money, and resources into your ongoing training.  This is done with the intention to place you in key leadership positions within our organization.  Once you have been accepted into our Leadership Training Program you will improve your eligibility for advanced positions and earn a distinct recognition that will be displayed on your uniform telling all those you encounter that you have achieved this high honor.

Chief Employee Newsletter

Chief Protective Services now has a monthly employee newsletter where we highlight employees of the month, recognize employees on their birthday, anniversary work day and include general updates for employees. Subscribe to our e-mail list to receive the Employee Newsletter via e-mail or Download a PDF version of the newsletter below.

July Newsletter – July Chief Employee Newsletter

August Newsletter – August Chief Employee Newsletter

September Newsletter – September Chief Employee Newsletter

October Newsletter- October Chief Employee Newsletter

November Newsletter- November Chief Employee Newsletter
December Newsletter- December Chief Employee Newsletter


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