dan at langille.org
Fri May 5 13:03:07 PDT 2006
In short, everyone needs a badge. Direct them to the registration
desk for this. Be firm, polite. Beyond that, contact me.
Worst case, I call security and they will remove the person, but it
won't come to that.
On 5 May 2006 at 16:03, shawn wrote:
> can do security watch on registration PC Friday lunch and Saturday.
> Suggestion for those that will be doing security,
> This is not a good idea.
> >If they refuse or there
> >are any issues.. find myself or Dan.
> To leave your duty is precisly what they want you to do, then they slip
> in the auditorium, you have to find them, they profit of the situation
> to make a scene knowing that's exactly what you wish to avoid. In
> proceeding like this if you're a good guy you may just turn and leave.
> What is Dan going to do? Man handle the person? Grab him by the collar
> and escort him out? Call security?
> Best way to procced is to remain polite, (as stated above) if they put
> up a hassle like i forgot my badge in my room, i lost it etc... refer
> them to the registration desk; if truly it is a human error then they
> will be in a better position to deal with it. If not the person will
> most likely leave cursing under their breath saying that High Command
> will hear about this.
> P.S. I hope this info will not have to acted upon, but just in case.
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