Breaking: Regional Stay at Home Order Announced

Breaking News Regarding COVID-19

On Thursday, December 3rd Governor Gavin Newsom announced a Regional Stay at Home Order. The order will go into effect within 48 hours in regions with less than 15% ICU availability. As of today, the order has not been extended to any region but is expected to be enacted within a few days. Once enacted, the order will be in place for 3 weeks.

Learn more about the Regional Stay at Home Order

 

As a reminder, the private security industry is classified as essential. Included as one of the sixteen Critical Infrastructure Sectors, the Emergency Services Sector website states:

The ESS also includes private sector resources, such as industrial fire departments, private security organizations, and private emergency medical services providers.

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In March CALSAGA recommended that you draft a letter for your officers to carry on their person while on duty. We are now issuing that recommendation again.

Depending on your area, it may be required by local law enforcement, other civilian authorities or potentially military personnel to justify employee movement; it may also provide some reassurance to your officers. The letter should include the following:

  • Company Name
  • Confirmation that the person in possession of the letter is a representative of the company and is providing essential physical security, safety and/or critical support services
  • Contact information for the purpose of validating or confirming the services being provided and/or employment status

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CALSAGA will continue to update you on matters that effect you and your business. We appreciate the hard work of you and your employees. Please let us know what we can do to assist you.

Stay in the know! Read the latest edition of The Californian: The Quarterly Newsletter of CALSAGA. You can also review all past editions of The Californian.