THE INNOVATION OF COMPETENCES OF THE PRIVATE SECURITY SERVICES MEMBERS FOR THE FIRST AID PROVISION

Z. Zvaková, A. Veľas

University of Žilina (SLOVAKIA)
The area of private security is increasing sector, which deals mainly with the protection of physical assets. The health protection area seems separate from the people and property protection. In most cases, the property loss is redeemable and covered by insurance but the loss of lives or health is not. Guardians or members of the private security services are responsible for the lives and health of clients, entrants or participants of the secure event. The readiness of the guards for the cases of life-threatening is the quality sign of the provided service in one hand and unseparated part of flexible and complex protection on the other hand. Examples of the real situation from the practice of private security members, staffs, operators or owners, highlight the necessity of change in this area. This changes could be done through education and practical training. This article contains main problems in this area and it provides a solution concept for the identified problems.