Enforcing John Deere's Access Control policy
Emergency Response and Reporting
Provide Exceptional Customer Service
Loading and unloading freight
Preventing and Stopping all crime
Business or Cellular Telephone Number
Name of the Company they are representing
Name of the employee/contractor who will serve as their host.
Length of Visit
Social Security Number
State Issued ID Card
Passport or Passport Card
Social Security Card
Read the warning information and follow the instructions listed in the 'Actions to Take' section.
Immediately call 911
Immediately call ESOC
Immediately push the duress button
Inform the customer you are contacting your Supervisor for assistance and that they will come assist with the concern.
Inform the customer that they have to leave the building or you will call the police.
Grant the customer entry and contact your Supervisor to inform them of the issue.
Security Officer received a call from a Deere Employee stating that another Deere Employee was experiencing chest pains in Building A and required medical assistance. Security Officer dispatched another Security Officer to the scene, contacted 911, and the Factory Nurse. Deere Employee was transported by ambulance to the hospital.
At 0901 Deere Employee Paul Johnson reported to Allied Universal Security Officer James Murphy that Deere Employee Michael Martinez was experiencing chest pains in building A. At 0902 Security Officer James Murphy contacted 911 Emergency, John Deere Factory Nurse Mary Jenkins, and Allied Universal Security Officer John Love. At 915 Deere Employee Michael Martinez was transported to Lincoln Memorial Hospital in critical condition.
Deere Employee was having a heart attack in Building A. Security contacted Emergency Services. Deere Employee taken to the hospital.
Security Officer James Murphy received a call from Deere Employee Paul Johnson stating that Deere Employee Michael Martinez was having a heart attack in Building A and required medical assistance. Security Officer Murphy dispatched Security Officer Love to the scene, contacted 911, and the Factory Nurse Mary Jenkins. Security completed incident report.
How the officer became involved or aware of the incident. The specific action the officer took to resolve the incident. How the incident was resolved.
Who was involved in the incident. When did the incident occur? What happened?
Who informed Security. What Security did to resolve the incident. Why did the incident occur?
Everyone involved completes a narrative detailing their involvement.
The Officer who originally received the information.
The officer who responded to the incident.
Neither, the Supervisor is responsible for completing all Perspective reports.
DEERE EMPLOYEE PAUL B STANLEY (PS76568) LABOR RELATIONS
Deere Employee Paul Stanley Labor Relations
Labor Relations Employee Paul Stanley (PS76568)
Deere Employee Paul STANLEY (PS76568) Labor Relations
Last Name Only in CAPS (EX: LYONS)
Last Name in CAPS and RACFID (EX: LYONS (bl53224)
First Initial and Last name in CAPS (Ex: B. LYONS)
Full Name each time with last name in CAPS (Ex: Betty L. LYONS)
Document the item in the Lost & Found Log
Contact your manager
Secure the item where lost and found is stored
Attempt to contact the owner (If possible)
Create a Lost & Found Perspective report
Send out an email to the building informing them of the lost item
Request to see ID and have the individual claiming the item sign the Lost & Found log.
Take a photo with the individual and the Lost & Found item, just in case.
Update Perspective and document that the item was claimed.
Submit a ticket on SharePoint documenting that the Lost & Found item was claimed.
Contact your Manager to inform them.