Did you know? In 2016, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1234 requiring the State’s Secure Choice Retirement Savings Investment Board to begin development of a workplace retirement savings program, known as CalSavers, for private sector workers whose employers do not offer a retirement plan. The program is required to have minimal administrative requirements for employers […]
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There are so many upcoming opportunities for training and professional growth! Check out what others are saying about Security University! Learn More About Security University _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ […]
Each fall at the CALSAGA Annual Awards Dinner we honor exemplary professionals in the private security field. Awards presented include Valor Award, Lifesaving Award, Security Officer of the Year and the Al Howenstein Lifetime Achievement Award. 2018 Lifesaving Award Recipient George Oliver Carter Do you know someone who is deserving of such recognition? Don’t let their efforts go […]
If you missed the opportunity to attend our management training program Security University last month because it sold out – don’t worry! We have added an additional session. Don’t miss your chance to attend this valuable training! Security University Lite is a five-hour program focusing on BSIS Compliance and Regulation. Security University is a two-day […]
The 2019 second quarter edition of The Californian: The Quarterly Newsletter of CALSAGA is now available! Click here to read The Californian.
Governor Gavin Newsom has appointed Lynne Andres as the new Chief of the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services at the California Department of Consumer Affairs. CALSAGA President David Chandler looks forward to meeting with the new Chief in the near future. Andres has been a consultant for the California Speaker’s Office of Research and Floor […]
Security University in Southern California is in two weeks! This two-day training will be valuable for all security professionals regardless of length of time in the industry. Topics covered on Day 1: BSIS Compliance and Audit; Contracts and Legal Pitfalls; Pricing and Transitioning New Business, P and L Management and Client Rate Increases. Topics covered […]
Do you have security officers who patrol the streets of the City of Los Angeles? Did you know that you must register these officers with bothBSIS and the Los Angeles Police Commission? The City of Los Angeles is issuing administrative citations to security officers who are patrolling the city streets without proper registration. We encourage you […]
Get and stay in compliance! As we brought to your attention in December, SB1343 requires all employers with 5 or more employees to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees and supervisors. The bill was effective January 1, 2019 with compliance required by January 1, 2020. SB1343 requires that the training be interactive and provided by facilitators […]
As an association we strive to keep you informed on relevant information for your business. Please review the information below the we originally sent out in December 2017. This information is still applicable and, if you employ armed officers, very important. Department of Justice Issues Bulletin to CA Law Enforcement Agencies After much hard work on the part […]