SIA is consulting with the public regarding the Physical Intervention & Door Supervision.
27 Sep 2016

SIA is conducting a public discussion on physical intervention training. They would welcome for the public opinion, and for their help in circulating the link to this discussion to people you work with and any other involved parties.

About physical intervention training?

For Physical intervention training covers areas like as how to escort someone out of the building and disconnection in a cruel circumstances. It is element of the training that door supervisors must agree to in order to qualify for a licence.

What is discussion on?

SIA is debating on two points.

  1. How can a disability distress a personnel skill to be a door supervisor? SIA would also like to hear your opinion on whether we should evaluate the capacity to physically interfere of people who want to be door supervisors and if so, how?
  2. Close protection licence holders will be need to take on physical intervention training in order to work as door supervisors. SIA would like your opinion on a suggestion for how we bring in this necessity.

People opinion on the initial point will assist SIA place the necessities for door supervisor licences in a way that promotes fairness of opportunity for disabled community as ensuring that door supervisors can shield the people and themselves.

 Please give your views on link below:

http://www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk/Pages/training-consultation.aspx

 

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