Protecting HIS Security Services (PHSS) corporate office is based in Atlanta, GA;
however, we are fully operational and have satellite offices and officers in NC and VA as well.
At PHSS, we use a wide range of training and expert techniques to ensure our clients are kept safe and sound in any situation.
You can rely on us to provide you with the most comprehensive protection strategies possible.
Because we hire security experts with backgrounds in either military service, law enforcement or previous security experience,
our teams know how to utilize a wide range of tactical techniques.
Due to our company’s collective background and strategic approach to security, we are one of the top 24 hours security
services in Georgia and the surrounding states. We promise to use our continuous training to keep you safe anywhere, anytime.
Here are just some of the strategies that we use to keep our clients and their assets safe:
Foot patrols: One of the core tenets of our security strategy is our foot patrols. When you have a foot patrol on-site, our guards are either in a stationary position, or walking the perimeter of your property observing and deterring intrusion. On larger sites, our security officers may observe activity from their vehicle, or case the property inside of their specially equipped patrol car.
Alarm response: Our highly trained security alarm response team is perfectly suited to respond to any potential intrusion that your alarm system may have picked up. You can count on us to rapidly respond to any disturbances you may experience.
Expertise and training: We employ highly trained security professionals, some with law enforcement and military backgrounds. Additionally, we require comprehensive and stringent training regimens for all of our employees.
Protecting HIS Security Services ensures that ALL of our staff members and security officers are CPR/AED/First Aid Certified with the National CPR Foundation.
The National CPR Foundation (NCPRF) strictly adheres to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) guidelines and meets the American Heart Association (AHA) Standards.