To achieve any measure of success in this regard , however , it is necessary for security directors and managers and for corporate management and hotel / motel general managers to appreciate fully the need for the preventive effort to ...
Author: H. Burstein
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book presents ideas to hotel/motel security directors and managers to help them understand some of the problems with which they will be confronted, the various approaches to solutions, and the ways of relating to other members of the management team to achieve optimum results.
... of security , 49 registration procedures , 112 returning lost property of , 53–54 and room access control ... 65-66 Hotel & Motel Management , 25 Hotel and Motel Fire Safety Act , 103 Hotel Business , 25 Hotel / Motel Security and ...
Author: Mark H. Beaudry
Contemporary Lodging Security examines every facet of hotel security, including education and training, the role of security, how to utilize security effectively, its positive returns on investment, and the pertinent applications of modern technology to loss prevention techniques. Timely issues such as risk management, liability issues, casino security, and insurance concerns are discussed, as well as possibilities for the future of the industry. Contemporary Lodging Security is an essential reference tool for owners, managers, and professional security personnel. In addition, all students of business or hotel/travel programs need this book to help acquire a working knowledge of the role and function of lodging security.
Hotel and Motel Security Ideally, one designated member of the housekeeping staff and maintenance department ... Some hotels using conventional locks on guest room doors do not adequately control the keys so patronize hotels using ...
Author: Raymond P. Siljander
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
This book presents a treatise on the topic of business and industrial security and loss control as it applies to the protection of assets and personnel. The material in this thoroughly revised and updated second edition will enable law enforcement officers, security/loss control personnel and business managers to view security/loss control needs from a broad perspective and thus devise security measures that will reflect a well-thought-out systems approach. The book contains a wide range of information, and is presented in terms that will be meaningful to readers that do not have formal training or experience in the field of security and loss control. The information is of a practical nature which, if applied in a variation that is consistent with specific needs, will tailor a program that will result in a well-understood balanced systems approach. Through further understanding, the effectiveness of police and security personnel is enhanced as they perform crime prevention duties and assist local businesses in upgrading security measures. Replete with numerous illustrations and tables, the author provides a security/loss control survey for businesses, plus an overview of security for both businesses and industries. Specialized chapters on executive protection, fire dynamics and hazardous materials, security cameras, loss control surveys, loss control manager participation, and managerial leadership are included. This book will help the officer fine-tune investigative techniques when a crime, such as a burglary, has been committed at a business.
KEY CONTROL Metal room keys are being replaced by electronically coded keycards. ... HOTEL AND MOTEL SECURITY FOR FAMILIES Our family is at the center of our personal universe. Most people would do almost anything for the sake of their ...
Author: Michael J. O'Fallon
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Hotel Management and Operations, Fifth Edition provides a practical, up-to-date, and comprehensive approach to how professionals across the industry manage different departments within their operation. From the front office to finance, from marketing to housekeeping, this resource offers advanced theory played out in practical problems. Multidimensional case studies are a notable feature, with complex management problems portrayed from multiple viewpoints; “As I See It” and “Day in the Life” commentaries from new managers provide further real-world perspective. Covering the latest issues affecting the industry, this text gives students and professionals an up-to-date, dynamic learning resource.
50 , ر 11 : 6 Firearm Assaults by Employees Another crucial matter for hotelkeepers is liability for injuries inflicted ... Buzby and Paine , writing in Hotel and Motel Security Management , point out that where the law is restrictive ...
Author: John E. H. Sherry
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Here is the new, completely updated and expanded edition of the indispensable handbook used throughout the hospitality industry since The Laws of Innkeepers first appeared in 1972. Containing all the legal information essential to the successful operation of modern hotels, motels, inns, bed-and-breakfasts, clubs, restaurants, and resorts, the book has been extensively revised by John E. H. Sherry to accomodate the far-reaching changes that have occured since the publication of the revised edition in 1981. Sherry, a practicing lawyer and professor of hotel administration, carries over from the highly praised earlier editions detailed information on the rights and responsibilities of host and guest alike. He cites actual cases--ranging from the amusing and the bizarre to the tragic--as examples, and spells out in precise and readily understandable terms exactly what state and federal law says. Broadening the scope of the book to keep up with recent legal developments, the author includes many new case decisions and sumamries from various jurisdictions. Three chapters devoted to employment law, environmental law and land use, and catastrophic risk liability are among the highlights of the new material. These new sections present recent rulings and case law on such timely topics as age, disability, and AIDS discrimination, as well as sexual harassment; government regulation of toxic and hazardous substances and hotel and resort development; and acts of God and the Public Enemy and terrorism.
is currently active in the design of computer security and intelligence analysis curricula in response to the war on ... member, Building Officials and Code Administration International; member, American Hotel and Motel Association; ...
Author: John Fay
Category: Business & Economics
The Encyclopedia of Security Management is a valuable guide for all security professionals, and an essential resource for those who need a reference work to support their continuing education. In keeping with the excellent standard set by the First Edition, the Second Edition is completely updated. The Second Edition also emphasizes topics not covered in the First Edition, particularly those relating to homeland security, terrorism, threats to national infrastructures (e.g., transportation, energy and agriculture) risk assessment, disaster mitigation and remediation, and weapons of mass destruction (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives). Fay also maintains a strong focus on security measures required at special sites such as electric power, nuclear, gas and chemical plants; petroleum production and refining facilities; oil and gas pipelines; water treatment and distribution systems; bulk storage facilities; entertainment venues; apartment complexes and hotels; schools; hospitals; government buildings; and financial centers. The articles included in this edition also address protection of air, marine, rail, trucking and metropolitan transit systems. Completely updated to include new information concerning homeland security and disaster management Convenient new organization groups related articles for ease of use Brings together the work of more than sixty of the world's top security experts
“Because hotels offer such diversity of facilities and activities, no one security program will fit all properties. ... 72 ○ “Lodging property security efforts may involve such areas of concern as guestroom security, key control, ...
Author: Geoff Craighead
Category: Health & Fitness
High-Rise Security and Fire Life Safety, 3e, is a comprehensive reference for managing security and fire life safety operations within high-rise buildings. It spells out the unique characteristics of skyscrapers from a security and fire life safety perspective, details the type of security and life safety systems commonly found in them, outlines how to conduct risk assessments, and explains security policies and procedures designed to protect life and property. Craighead also provides guidelines for managing security and life safety functions, including the development of response plans for building emergencies. This latest edition clearly separates out the different types of skyscrapers, from office buildings to hotels to condominiums to mixed-use buildings, and explains how different patterns of use and types of tenancy impact building security and life safety. New to this edition: Differentiates security and fire life safety issues specific to: Office towers Hotels Residential and apartment buildings Mixed-use buildings Updated fire and life safety standards and guidelines Includes a CD-ROM with electronic versions of sample survey checklists, a sample building emergency management plan, and other security and fire life safety resources.
Author: United States. National Advisory Committee on Criminal Justice Standards and GoalsPublish On: 1976
Hotel and motel security spokesmen agree that a major crime problem exists with internal employee theft . ... The most significant internal - theft losses are associated with functions such as cash handling , housekeeping activities ...
Author: United States. National Advisory Committee on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals