PMV PROFESSIONAL SECURITY STYLES
PMV professional security styles specify general behaviors, interpersonal skills, costume and ethics of PMV guards. One of the PMV professional security styles is working style. The working style is shown by sitting, standing and walking postures during working.
* Standing posture during observation:
When you stand during observation, your feet are as open as your shoulder width with tiptoes forward. Body weight presses upon your feet. Your hands are behind your back and one hand holds the wrist of the other hand above your belt. Your back and head are straight and your eyes are straight to oberservation direction (see figure below).
* Standing posture during taking notes
If you’re required to both take notes and supervise goods and workers or similar duties, you stand as standing posture during observation and your hands hold a notebook or materials.
As for holding the notebook, you’re allowed to hold the notebook in the easiest way, but avoid breaking or crumpling it (see figure below).
* Sitting posture during working:
You sit uprightly with your feet open, your back straight and your eyes straight ahead. Your hands are put on the table or on your thighs if not taking notes or working. You’re not permitted to put your feet on the chair, take off your shoes, shake your feet or thighs, raise your neck back, put your head down or sit with your chin in your hand.
If your sitting posture is wrong, you lose points in the eyes of others. Wrong sitting posture not only makes you sleepy, sluggish and exhausted, but also affects your health.
You should remember that you symbolize for the faces of PMV security and customers. You perform and maintain security regulations, so everyone will follow such regulations by taking you as model. Therefore, you must keep your image in the eyes of everybody. This image is reflected by your postures such as walking, standing, sitting, etc as detailed in the PMV professional security styles.