Attracting quality security personnel is a critical component to providing quality security services. Accordingly, we use different forums to attract the best people. We regularly advertise in local newspapers, along with using our wide network of contacts in the military, and other law enforcement agencies to refer suitable personnel to us. We also offer very competitive wages and benefits in order to attract and retain the people we hire.
Background screening of prospective security personnel is one of the most tedious, but significant tasks in recruitment. Therefore, before recruiting any person, we conduct a wide-ranging selection of background checks, such as verification of educational certificate, verification of service in the armed forces, verification of any other previous employers, verification of any criminal record and of any address verification etc.
The following is the eligibility criteria we adopt for recruitment:
- The selected guards should be ex-servicemen form armed forces, scouts and frontier constabulary with exemplary / good character.
- Be able bodied, medically fit and category –A.
Training is something that each and every security personnel provided by ZIMS must undertake. The approach taken by ZIMS in this regard is very dynamic, and distinct from other security providers operating in Pakistan. This is because ZIMS has a wide network of training schools operating in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad etc. A qualified Manager training manages each training school and has the responsibility of ensuring that the training objectives of ZIMS, and its training approach is followed and complied with precision.
Subjects we focus on in our training sessions
- Etiquette Training
- Physical Training
- Weapon handling
- Live Firing Practice
- Rules of engagement
- Checking of vehicles and use of reflector mirror
- Fire fighting
- Bomb Threat
- Radio Communication
- Gender Sensitive Awareness
- Handing/ taking over procedure
- Emergency Situations and Actions of Security Staff Thereupon
- First Aid and Evacuation