Global Communities/CHF International implements humanitarian projects in both NES and NWS. The safety and security of GC/CHF staff and beneficiaries is considered to be of paramount importance.
Syria has been ravaged by conflict in recent years resulting in a heavily displaced population, heavily mined field locations and the destruction of community infrastructure. CHF operates a number of protection centers that provide access to services considered essential to equip a traumatized population begin rebuilding lives and the security of clients and staff using these facilities is the major component of this consultancy service.
Training security staff based on the principles established by CHF including community engagement, risk management and observing the humanitarian principles culminating in a ‘Do No Harm’ approach.
Improving response capabilities for staff and in daily activities and contingencies, the topics should include but may not be limited to:
o For both Security Staff and Drivers:
§ Guard and monitor the premises including offices, guest houses and protection centers
§ First Aid Responder Training including trauma response
§ Access and Exit control
§ Fire Protection and Safety
§ Patrols and Fixed Posts
§ Physical Security and Crime Prevention
§ Emergency unplanned prolonged stay preparation (for non-residential locations)
§ Maintaining a Safe Work Environment
§ Non-aggressive Defense (protection center guards)
§ Communication Techniques
§ Office, government and Community Relations