I. Scope of Dressing Staff
(1) Security guards recruited by security service companies;
(2) Security guards recruited by agencies, groups, enterprises, and institutions to engage in security guards such as door guards, patrols, and security guards of their own units;
(3) Security guards recruited by property service companies to carry out door guard, patrol, order maintenance and other services in the property management area.
Types of clothing
Security guard clothing is divided into: spring and autumn and winter uniforms, duty uniforms, escort uniforms, training uniforms, long-sleeved shirts, summer pants, women's skirts, and cotton clothing.
Hats are divided into: big-brimmed hats, roll-brimmed hats, work hats, berets, cotton hats, etc.
Shoes are divided into: single leather shoes, cotton leather shoes, escort high boots, female security guard high boots, training shoes and so on.
Third, the security service logo
National unified security service marks are divided into two types: uniform and casual clothes. Among them, uniform security service signs are divided into metal products and embroidery products; casual clothing security service signs are metal products.
Clothing and accessories for security guards include: cap badges, epaulets, armbands, logo plates of security practitioners, special buttons, special belt buckles, ties, tie clips, etc.
Security guard epaulets are divided into epaulets and sleeve epaulets according to the needs of the security guard's clothing. They are composed of five different sizes of gold and silver wheat ears. The number of golden ears increases and the number of silver ears decreases. Progressive increase in career levels.
V. Dress code
(1) Spring and autumn uniforms: wear long-sleeved shirts inside; wear single leather shoes; wear epaulets; can be armed with belts. Among them, the male security officer wears a blue tie and a big brim hat; the female security officer wears a red tie and a roll brim hat.
(2) Winter clothes: wear long-sleeved shirts inside, if necessary, you can wear security sweaters; wear single shoes or cotton shoes; wear epaulets; can wear armed belts. Among them, the male security guard is wearing a blue tie, wearing a big brim hat or cotton hat; the female security guard is wearing a red tie, wearing a rolled brim hat or cotton hat.
(3) Duty uniforms: wear long-sleeved shirts inside; wear single shoes or cotton shoes; wear epaulets; can wear armed belts. Among them, male security guards wear blue ties, wearing black berets or work hats; female security guards wear red ties, wearing red berets or work hats.
(4) Escort services: wear long-sleeved shirts inside; wear black berets, helmets or cotton hats; wear high boots of the escorts; wear epaulets; can be armed belt.
(5) Training clothes: wear work hats; wear single leather shoes or training shoes.
(6) Long-sleeved shirt: wearing summer pants; wearing a set of epaulettes; shirt hem tied in a belt. Among them, male security guards wear blue ties and black berets; female security guards wear red ties and red berets.
(7) Short-sleeved shirts: wearing summer pants; wearing sleeve epaulets. Among them, male security guards wear blue ties and black berets; female security guards wear red ties and red berets.
(8) Women's skirts: women's spring and autumn clothing tops or women's long-sleeved shirts, short-sleeved shirts; single shoes or high boots.
(9) Cotton clothing: winter clothing can be worn inside, escorts can wear escort clothing inside; wear sleeve epaulets; can be armed belt.
(10) For other special needs security guard clothing, refer to the above requirements.
6. Dress requirements
(1) When wearing security guards' clothing, all clothing such as cap badges, epaulets, armbands and security service signs shall be fully worn. The cap badge is worn in the center of the hat; the epaulets are worn on the clothing's shoulder blades; the armbands are worn on the left arm of the jacket; the security service logo is worn on the right chest of the jacket;
(2) The security guard who wears casual clothes for the post shall wear the security service logo on the left chest of the shirt.
(3) When the security guards dress and serve, they should be civilized, dignified, and keep their clothes neat and clean. Do not smoke or drink alcohol; do not wear security caps, cloaks, open arms, sleeves, or rolled trouser legs; do not wear and hang signs and items that are not related to the identity of security guards or perform tasks; do not dye hair or wear jewelry; male security guards Staff members must not have long hair, large horns, perm curls (except natural curls), shaved heads, or beards. Female security guards must not distribute, make-up heavy makeup, dye nails, or wear colored pantyhose.
(4) The clothing of security guards cannot be mixed with casual clothes.
(5) During the non-service period, security guards must not wear security guard clothing.
(6) When wearing a security guard, a security cap should be worn. When you need to remove the cap, you can use the left hand support to hold the security cap under the left armpit in the standing position (the top of the cap is facing the outside of the body and the cap is facing forward). On your side knees (with the top of the cap facing up and the cap facing forward). When in the office or dormitory, the security cap is hung on a coat rack (the top of the cap is outward and the cap is downward), or it is placed on the bed directly above the bedding.
(7) When two or more security guards are on duty on foot or on the go, they should be neatly arranged and orderly.
(8) The security guard shall take good care of and properly keep the security guard's clothing, security service logo, cap badges, epaulets and armbands. No one may give away or lend it to other personnel, nor may it be dismantled, altered, or sold off without permission.
(9) The replacement time of security guards shall be determined by the security practitioners according to the local climate conditions and work needs.
(10) The dress and appearance of security guards shall be subject to the supervision and inspection of the public security organs where the security practitioners are located.