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What is the work of security guard?
Their job is to prevent a crime from happening by proactively watching for suspicious behavior, mitigating risks as they appear and contacting the proper authorities when an incident occurs. Simply put, security guards keep people, property and other valuable assets safe and secure.
What is purpose of security?
Security purpose means the purpose of preventing shoplifting, fraud, or any other misappropriation or theft of a thing of value, including tangible and intangible goods, services, and other purposes in furtherance of protecting the security or integrity of software, accounts, applications, online services, or any …
What is personal security called?
A security detail, often known as a PSD (protective services detail, personal security detachment, personal security detail) or PPD (personal protection detail), is a protective team assigned to protect the personal security of an individual or group.
What are the goals of security guard?
A security guard monitors the premises of residences or buildings in an effort to identify suspicious activities and protect the tenants. Most security guards complete multiple tasks such as patrolling the building, monitoring surveillance systems, responding to alarms, and investigating problems.
Why is security guard important?
In large crowds, they maintain order and prevent the risk of mob fights, riots, or drunk and disorderly conduct. Security can help organize and control situations such as large events crowds, employee terminations, or to promote a general sense of order and safety in corporate buildings.
What services do you offer?
At Cornerstone, we provide an array of services to protect people, places, and vital information. Whether you require us for short-term needs or long-term projects, you can rest assured that we will deliver premium security services with excellence. We understand that security is critical to your operation and that it must be tailored to your specific needs. That’s why we offer a wide range of services and packages, from plainclothes security guards to executive protection agents. We also provide advanced hardware and software solutions, such as CCTV and Open-source intelligence (OSINT) capabilities. Our team of experienced professionals is committed to helping you ensure your safety and security. With our advanced solutions and top-notch customer service, you can trust that we will provide you with the best security services.
What are your hours of operation?
At cornerstone security, we provide the services you need at all hours to meet your security needs.
Do you run background checks for employees?
At Cornerstone, our policy on background checks for employees is comprehensive and thorough. All employees must undergo a criminal background check prior to being hired. This includes a search of national and local databases for any criminal records, as well as a check of the applicant’s driving record. Every applicant also requires a drug test for all applicants, as well as a check of the applicant’s credit report.
Cornerstone Security also requires that all employees submit to a background check every two years.
Do you have insurance?
Yes, Cornerstone does have insurance, safety of our employees and our clients are extremely important to us. The type and amount of insurance coverage depends on the specific services. Generally, Cornerstone will have liability insurance to cover any damages that may occur, as well as workers’ compensation insurance to cover any injuries that employees may suffer while on the job. Additionally, we may also have property insurance to cover any damage to equipment or property.
Where do you provide security services?
Cornerstone Security and Transport services internationally, but we are located in the Greater Vancouver area which is our primary focus.
Burnaby is a city in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland region. It borders the City of Vancouver to the west, the District of North Vancouver to the north across the confluence of the Burrard Inlet and its Indian Arm, Port Moody and Coquitlam to the east, Richmond on Lulu Island to the southwest, and New Westminster and Surrey across the Fraser River to the southeast.
It is a Metro Vancouver member municipality, British Columbia’s third-largest city (after Vancouver and Surrey) by population, and the seat of Metro Vancouver’s regional district government. Burnaby has one of North America’s highest percentages of land designated as parks and open spaces, at 25%.
Burnaby is home to the main campuses of British Columbia Institute of Technology and the Simon Fraser University. Burnaby’s Metropolis at Metrotown is the province’s largest mall, the third most visited in Canada, and the fifth largest in the country. Burnaby is home to Canada’s largest film and television production studio and more than 60% of BC’s sound stages, contributing to the growth of Hollywood North.
SkyTrain’s Expo Line and Millennium Line serve the city. As of 2021, the Metrotown station in downtown Vancouver is the busiest on weekends and the second-busiest on weekdays in the regional Vancouver urban transit system.
Burnaby is situated on the ancestral and unceded homelands of the hnqminm and Swxw7mesh Coast Salish Nations. Local landmarks such as Burnaby Mountain, the Burnette River, and Deer Lake, play essential roles in Indigenous history as transmitted through spoken traditions. The shorelines of Burnaby to the north, along the second narrows of Burrard Inlet, were an ancient battle site between the Lekwiltok (attackin)and the Musqueam (defending), According to Chief Charlie Qiyplenxw.
The 1858 Fraser Canyon Gold Rush, the first of many, attracted over 30,000 fortune seekers, including many American miners. Fear of annexation by the United States prompted the Colony of British Columbia to form in 1858, with New Westminster as its capital.
The development of metropolitan hubs of Vancouver and New Westminster affected Burnaby’s expansion. It grew as an agricultural area that supplied nearby markets. It later became an important transportation corridor connecting Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, and the Interior. The introduction of Skytrain’s Expo Line in the twenty-first century cemented this trend.
Burnaby, along with North Vancouver and Richmond, was one of Vancouver’s first-tier suburbs as it grew into a metropolis. Hundreds of “Mid-Century Vernacular” homes were built during Burnaby’s suburbanization to meet the demand of new residents. Burnaby’s urbanization was aided by the establishment British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in 1960 and Simon Fraser University (SFU) in 1965. Burnaby became a city in 1992, one hundred years after its incorporation.
Metrotown is a town centre serving the southwest quadrant of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. It is one of the city’s four officially designated town centres, as well as one of Metro Vancouver’s regional town centres. It is the central business district of the City of Burnaby.
Brentwood Park, or simply Brentwood, is a neighbourhood in North Burnaby, British Columbia, between Willingdon Avenue to the west and Springer Avenue to the east.
Burnaby Heights, often referred to as The Heights, is an affluent residential neighbourhood in North Burnaby between Boundary Road to the west, Gamma Avenue to the east and bounded by Hastings Street to the south.
Things to do in Burnaby
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The current bridge is 140 metres long and 70 metres above the river.
Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge
Lynn Canyon Park is a municipal park in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia. When the park officially opened in 1912 it was only 12 acres in size, but it now encompasses 617 acres. The park has many hiking trails of varying length and difficulty.
Playland is an amusement park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The amusement park is located at Hastings Park and is operated by the Pacific National Exhibition, who also hosts an annual summer fair and exhibition adjacent to Playland.
Burnaby Village Museum
The C. W. Parker Carousel is a carousel built in 1912 currently operating in the Burnaby Village Museum at Deer Lake Park in Burnaby, British Columbia. The carousel was built by the C. W. Parker Company and is also known as the Parker #119 and the Burnaby Centennial Parker Carousel.
Buntzen Lake is a 4.8 kilometres long lake in Anmore, British Columbia, Canada, in the Greater Vancouver area. It is named after the first general manager of the B.C. Electric Co., Johannes Buntzen. There is a smaller lake just to the north named McCombe Lake.
Serene hiking spot with waterfalls & moderate trails, plus panoramic water views.
Burnaby Lake is a lake located in Burnaby, British Columbia and is the focal geographic feature and namesake of Burnaby Lake Regional Park. The lake occupies 3.11 square kilometres of land, and is home to a large variety of wildlife.
1,200-metre mountain offering activities such as skiing & hiking plus sweeping views of Vancouver.
Deer Lake Park
Scenic picnic areas & lakeside trails leading to the Burnaby Art Gallery & other attractions.
Deer Lake is a lake in central Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Deer Lake is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna and features a number of walking trails.