Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

Titan Security Group actively supports equal employment opportunity. The company pledges to a program and a policy of nondiscrimination in compliance with federal, state & local law and Presidential Executive Order 11246, as amended. Titan will recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, disability, age, national origin, disabled veteran status and Vietnam era veteran status, to the extent protected by law.

Hiring and promotional decisions are in accord with the principles of equal employment opportunity and impose only those requirements that are job related or do not have an adverse impact. Titan will ensure that all personnel actions such as compensation, benefits, company-sponsored training, promotion, transfer, demotion, termination, layoff and social recreation programs will be administered without regards to protected group status. Consistent with the Americans With Disabilities Act and the sensitive nature of the services performed by Titan security officers, Titan will provide reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified but disabled employee or applicant.

Alcohol, Drug & Substance Abuse Policy

Titan has a drug and alcohol-free policy relating to all work locations and employees. We demand employee performance that is unimpaired and free from drug and substance abuse, and believe that all employees have the right to a work environment that is safe from drug-induced accidents and other related incidents.

Titan endeavors to enforce this policy in by maintaining a work force free from the illegal and unsafe use of drugs and/or alcohol while still protecting the individual right to privacy required by state and federal law. All job applicants are tested for drug-use during the application process, and employees are subject to testing while employed by Titan, both on a random basis and if there is any indication of a problem. Officers are notified of this Alcohol, Drug and Substance Abuse Policy upon application and are also notified that, as a condition of employment, they must abide by the policy and notify Titan of any criminal drug arrests (as well as any other arrest) within three days of such an occurrence.

To meet these objectives, Titan reaffirms its policy that the following are prohibited and subject the employee’s to immediate termination:

  • Reporting for work under the influence of alcohol, intoxicants, or controlled substances;
  • The use, possession, transfer, purchase, sale or attempted purchase or sale of alcohol, intoxicants, or controlled substances, in any manner, during work hours, or while on the job, on Company or Client property, or in Company vehicles, or while still in uniform;
  • In any way using Company property or the employee’s position within the Company to make or traffic in intoxicants or illegal drugs; or
  • Any other use, possession or trafficking of alcohol, intoxicants or controlled substances, in a manner which is detrimental to the interests of the company

Off-the-job illegal or unsafe use, sale, or possession of these substances, which could adversely affect an employee’s job performance or jeopardize the safety of others, may also be proper cause for disciplinary action, up to and including termination. Arrests related to off-the-job drug activity may be considered a violation of this policy and proper cause for disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

Additionally, any employee who is taking over-the-counter or prescription medication which could impair his or her ability to perform the assigned job function in a safe and professional manner is required to notify the appropriate supervisor in a timely fashion. The supervisor in conjunction with appropriate member(s) of management will then determine whether the employee can remain at work and whether any work restrictions will be necessary.

Anti-Sexual Harassment Policy

Titan Security is committed to providing a work environment that is free of harassment based on race, ethnicity, age and religion, including a strict policy prohibiting sexual harassment. It is illegal and against Titan policy for company agents or employees, male or female, to harass another by:

  • Making unwelcome sexual advances or requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
  • Making submission to or rejections of such conduct the basis for employment decisions affecting the employee.
  • Engaging in conduct which has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with an employee’s work performance or which creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment.

Any employee, who believes he or she has been unlawfully discriminated against or harassed by a co-worker, supervisor, manager or client employee, should promptly report the incident, preferably within 48 hours. The complaint should go to the employee’s supervisor, or can be made directly to the Titan Operations Manager. There will be no retaliation or reprisal or any kind against any employee who brings such a complaint in good faith. Employees who witness inappropriate conduct should also report same to their supervisor or Titan management.

All incidents will be thoroughly investigated. Any employee who, after appropriate investigation, has been found to have unlawfully harassed another individual will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination. If you have questions regarding this policy, contact the Human Resources Manager or other member of senior management.