Friday, January 13, 2017

Strategic Security Corporation's Training Platform

Joseph Sordi is a retired sergeant of the New York Police Department with more than 20 years of law enforcement experience. In 2002 Joseph Sordi joined Strategic Security Corp. (SSC), a nationwide security guard and risk management firm, where he is now the managing director. 

SSC employs more than 1,500 employees and affiliates and is constantly growing, with offices in almost every state. To ensure its employees do not come up against any situation they are unfamiliar with, SSC offers extensive training, from standard unarmed security guard courses to academic online courses such as Response to Active Shooter and Event Risk Management Security and Safety. Eight- and 16-hour on-the-job training courses are also available for prospective security guards.

Courses offered at SSC's Global Training Center in New York are taught by corporate, military, law enforcement, and legal experts. Training courses are often offered worldwide upon request thanks to SSC's mobile training teams. Certificates are provided upon completion of each course, though some are nationally certified programs, which require renewal.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Red Cross RapidPass Celebrates Effective First Year

Joseph Sordi is a former NYPD sergeant who served with the force for 20 years. Currently, he is the managing director at Strategic Security Corp., a nationwide risk management firm. Outside of his work life, Joseph Sordi supports numerous charitable and relief organizations, including the American Red Cross.

Over the past year, the RapidPass program administered by the American Red Cross has significantly streamlined the blood and platelet donation process by allowing donors to complete some pre-qualification requirements online before coming to a center to donate. The Red Cross estimates that it has saved approximately 90,000 administrative hours since it launched the service last year.

RapidPass users can log in from their home computers and answer various questions about their medical history before coming into donation centers. After filling out the questionnaires, users print the results and bring the paperwork to donation professionals, or they show them completed PDF files if they filled in the information on their mobile devices. Red Cross personnel can then scan in the results, making the entire process much quicker and more efficient for both parties.

Visit in order to find out more about how the service works.