”THE JOURNEY OF THOUSAND MILES BEGINS WITH ONE STEP
Thanks God! ;D ♥
Gate 4 Entrance
I. GROUP MEMBERS
- Leader: Marcelo, Joseph
- Asst. Leader/Technical Person: Vidal, Monica
- Secretary: Ramolete, Ares
- Treasurer: Jardin, Jasmine
- Paolo Rodil
- Carlo Magno
- Rafael Martines
- Kevin Dy
In every Universities we all know that they have a system in terms of their Gate Entry System.
First we want to know the system of our security guards here in Far Eastern University. Because here in FEU we have 4 gates where only gate2, gate3 and gate 4 are open and the main gate is the gate 4. For the student to entry first they should be in uniform and wear there ID to scan. While the visitors or guest need to surrender there ID just to get a visitor passed.
We gathering a research here in Total Quality Management because we want to know more the system of how the students, guest/visitors, professor/faculty members will enter the campus. What are the procedures that are security guards do and how they implement their policy and also we want to know why there is different system in other gates of FEU.
Far Eastern University is a total and rich experience in education, culture and the arts, and sports. It takes pride in its eminent founder, Dr. Nicanor Reyes, who teamed up with excellent academics to establish what would eventually become one of the famous universities in the country. 
One of the most prominent institutions that lead students to hone their skills and capabilities not just to excel in academics but also cope with different organizations to become more productive and high standard student leaders in our generation.
Student organizations play a strategic role in molding the intellectual and civic consciousness of students. They serve as fertile grounds that build and nurture the character and dynamisms of young people to search for the truth and contribute to the betterment of society. In effect, student organizations are the bridges that link the intellectual discourse in the classroom to the social realities and the demand of a human community for equity and justice. 
There are 51 recognized student organizations in the University at present that respond to the different needs and interests of the students. Most of them have bulletin boards for information and recruitment purposes. 
There are six institutes composed Far Eastern University (FEU) Institute of Accounts, Business and Finance (IABF), Institute of Arts and Sciences (IAS), Institute of Education (IE), Institute of Architecture and Fine Arts (IARFA), Institute of Nursing (IN) and Institute of Law (IL). Each of them has Institute Councils and their respective academic organizations.
Our group will focus on the Far Eastern University – Central Student Organization (FEUCSO), the university’s mother organization. The role of FEUSCO is to promote students awareness about what is happening in the campus. Knowing by their intellectual capacity and leadership skills, they are worthily able to produce such activities or programs not just for the benefit of their position but to make a link between students and to the society.
In our study, we will focus on their Information Dissemination System – one of their major concerns to upbringing the details of their activities or programs to the students of FEU. And this topic will compare and analyze to the one of the most well known universities in the country which is to Ateneo De Manila University’s – Council of Organizations of the Ateneo (COA). This will serve only as a guide if the Ateneo’s mother organization has a better information dissemination system than FEUCSO or vice versa.
In our TQM Plan, we want to improve their information dissemination, whether it is major or minor in every Institute councils and their respective academic organizations.
FEUCSO has 6 major positions namely: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasure, Auditor, and Public Relations Officer. Each of them has its own duties and responsibilities.
The PRESIDENT, shall be the chief executive officer, preside all the meetings and conduct such negotiations with other institute councils and academic organizations.
The VICE PRESIDENT shall have the direct authority to overall officers as well as committees and serves as an internal authority of the organization.
The SECRETARY shall responsible with the schedule, minutes of the meetings and agendas and prepare all the correspondence needed by the board.
The TREASURER is the spearhead of the financial aspects, safe keeper of the organizational funds and operating the budget in every activities or programs what will propose by the board.
The AUDITOR shall responsible in financial statements, auditing expenses, disbursing and act as the assistant finance officer to report semi-annually and the year end financial report.
and, the PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER shall responsible in promoting all the programs of the organization, and encouraging students to support the organizations activities or programs.
The organization has their committees that are responsible for doing such tasks assignes by the board and also train them to become more competitive student leader/s.
III. PROBLEM STATEMENT
A. What are the process or gate system of our Security Guards here in FEU?
B. What are the different procedures while entering the campus?
C. What are the certain policies that the university is implementing?
D. What are the safety assurance of every students at the moment they enter the university?
IV. RECOMMENDATION AND BENEFITS
The management should held an assembly to brief all the faculty and employees about the changes that will be implemented regarding the Gate Entry System.
The OSACS could review this paper for reference of newly opinions of the students around the campus.
Regarding their system when entering the campus, students has their own right to complain with the new policy done this January 4, 2010.
*According to the Securty Department, students must wear their Identification Card (I.D.) before entering the campus, while inside the campus premises. This serves as a general rule to identify who’s who in the campus and who is a visitor inside the campus.
Note: Students should comply to this Gate Rules for their own protection and as a follower. Students who are currently enrolled are inform that an on-going policy regarding the No ID, No Entry Policy is being implemeted on FEU school grounds.
*According to the Securty Department, students from other universities, visitors, and guest/s are also allowed to get in the campus with the following reason/s:
1. An outsider must bring an I.D. with him/her.
2. An outsider must have a reason or purpose why he/she would like to get in the campus
3. An outsider can be accomodated in the Visitor’s Pass Area which is located in the Technology Building beside Gate 4.
4. An outsider can be allowed to get in with the following reasons:
4.1 No Uniform (1st Semester only [start of classes]).
4.2 Wearing decent attire and doesn’t catch much attention.
4.3 Does have an academic purpose transaction inside.
4.5 Must have a letter of entry coming from the office if he/she has been requested to attend a specific meeting/organization/assembly.
5. Have an interview/conference with a personnel inside.
6. Have a valid letter coming from a Faculty / Admin for an entry pass.
- Osacs, Security
- Students who are currently enrolled
- Foreign students
- Students from other universities
…would benefit from this paper through our thourough inspection regarding the quality management of the Gate Entry System.
V. IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Distribution of Task/s:
February 15 - Research about related topics on the Gate Entry System
February 19 - Taking of Pictures at the 3 Gates of Feu (Gate 2,3&4).
February 22 - Defining th problems / issues concerning the gate entry ruled by the security guards.
February 25 - Meeting with the Group for inquiries and Task DistributionVI.
VI. IMPORTANT PLAN
A. Activity Unit
1. Verzonilla, to interview and ask the head of the FEUCSO with regards to the system being done by the university as well as how information is being distributed among organizations.
2. Paz, Sampang, Leyba are to further acquire information regarding sample organizations and ask how they axquire their information from the FEUCSO. Comparing the data from FEUCSO itself with the organizations it is charged with.
3. Sy, to interview and ask one of the organization heads in Ateneo de Manila University regarding the systems done and are being used by the aforementioned university.
4. Dela Cruz, Nery, Chincuanco, are to further acquire secondary information regarding other universities with regards to their system of organizational commuinication.
B. Unit / Person Responsible
b.1 FEUCSO Officers
- Vice President
- Public Relations Officer
- FEUCSO Committees
C. Target Date
1. Feb. 6 Sy, to interview the Ateneo organization head of the Electronics and Communications Department.
2. Feb. 8-10 Verzonilla, to interview the FEUCSO president.
3. Feb. 11-15 Set meeting for the summarization and analysis of the data acquired by Leyba, Sampang, Dela Cruz, Nery, Chincuanco, and Paz
4. Feb. 16-21 Full intergration of primary and secondary data, and analysis with recommendations.
D. Estimated Budget
Php 100.00 / per head x 8 = 800.00
 (Far Eastern University Student Handbook, 2009-2010)
 (Far Eastern University Student Handbook, 2009-2010)
 (50 student organizations, Wikipedia Encyclopedia)
The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.
” Love is not finding someone to live with, It’s finding someone
you can’t live without.”
“Love can make you do things that you never thought possible”.
” Do you ever put your arms out and spin and spin and spin?
Well that’s what love is like. Everything around you tells you
to stop before you fall, but you just keep going. “
” Happiness is to love and to be loved. “
” Love is like heaven but hurts like hell. “
” Women are made to be loved, not understood. “
” Sometimes your mind doesn’t want you to be in love, but deep
down, you know you are. “
” He HoLds mE whEn I sTaRt To CrY
MaKeS mE sMiLe WiTh jUsT hIs EyEs
ShArEs My HoPeS, dReAmS, fEaRs
He WiPeS aWaY aLL mY tEaRs
I LoVe HiM wIth nO rEgReT
I JuSt HaVeN’t FoUnD hIm YeT “
“Why is it when you love someone so much that you can never find
the right words to tell them?”
” Love is harsh at times, but it is the best thing in this
“Love conquers all.”
”To find love, you must first be willing to look for it.”
” True love doesn’t have a happy ending, because true love never ends. “
“Love turns winter into summer.”
“You call it Madness, but I call it Love”
~Don Byas ~
”There are many, many things to appreciate about a beautiful friendship -
especially when that friendship is turning to love.”
“Love, an emotion so strong that you would give up everything, to just feel it once, to know that you are part of something special. To know that you can feel what love really is, to know, to feel, to love.”
“To love someone is to understand each other, to laugh together, to smile with your heart and to trust one another. One important thing is to let each other go if you can’t do this.”
“You may conquer with the sword, But you are conquered by a kiss”
“If music be the food of love, play on”
“It is never too late to fall in love.”
“Love is like an hour glass, with the heart filling up as the brain empties.”
“No man is worth your tears, and the one who is won’t make you cry.”
“Where there is great love , there are always miracles”
~Willa Cather ~
“Love is like a butterfly. It goes where it pleases and it pleases where it goes.”
“Where there is love, there is life”
~ Mahatma Gandhi ~
“At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.”
“Love is like a fire. Whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn
your house down, you’ll never know”
”To love is to receive a glimpse of heaven.”
“The sweetest joy, the wildest woe is love”
“Some people care too much. I think it’s called love.”
“Love that is true lasts forever.”
“Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.”
“You see your love with all their imperfections, yet know they are perfect for you.”
“Mistakes are easier to live with when we know we’re not alone.”
“I thought I loved him, but he has to break my heart for me to know what
true love really is. “
Popoy: Ano ba ang pinagkakaganyan mo? Dahil pinupuna ko yung mga designs mo?
Basha: Hindi masama yung loob ko. Okay nga lang ako.
Popoy: Ayan ka na naman…
Basha: Ano na naman ako!
Popoy: Ayan, ganyan. Sasabihin mo walang problema pero meron naman pala.
Basha: Wala naman talaga e.
Popoy: Bash! Pano ko maaayos ang problema kung di mo sasabihin sakin? Kung hindi ko alam?
Basha: Poy, hindi lahat ng problema kaya mong ayusin. And believe me hindi mo gustong malaman kung ano yung problema ko.
Popoy: E ano nga kasi ang problema?
Basha: Gusto mo ba talagang malaman? Ako! Ako ang problema! Kasi nasasaktan ako kahit hindi naman ako dapat nasasaktan. Sana kaya ko na lang tiisin ang sakit na nararamdaman ko… kasi ako yung humiling nito, diba? Ako yung may gusto. Sana kaya ko na lang sabihin sayo na… masaya ako para sayo. Para sa inyo. Sana kaya ko… Sana kaya ko. Pero hindi e. Ang sama-sama kong tao. Kasi ang totoo umaasa pa rin akong sabihin mong… sana ako pa rin… ako na lang… ako na lang ulit.
Popoy: Mahal ko si Trisha.
Basha: Alam ko. Alam ko…
Popoy: She loved me at my worst. You had me at my best. At binalewala mo lang lahat ng yon.
Basha: Popoy, yan ba talaga ang tingin mo? I just made a choice.
Popoy: And you chose to break my heart.
And this is the best pinoy movie. To date.
LOVE THIS MOVIE.
Kasi ang totoo umaasa pa rin akong sabihin mong… sana ako pa rin… ako na lang… ako na lang ulit.
BEST COAST - THAT’S THE WAY BOYS ARE (LESLEY GORE COVER)
When I’m with my guy and he watches the pretty girls go by
Well it hurts so bad deep inside I wish that I could die
Not a word do I say
I just look the other way
Cos that’s the way boys are
When he treats me rough and he acts as though he doesn’t care
Well I never tell him that he is being so unfair
Plus he loves me and i know it
He is just afraid to show it
That’s the way boys are
Oh when he wants to be alone I just let him be
Cos I know that soon enough he’ll come back to me
When we have a fight and I don’t think that I’d see him anymore
But before i know it there he is standing at my door
Well I let him kiss me then
Cos I know he wants me back
That’s the way boys are
Security personnel are classified as either of the following
- “in-house” or “proprietary” (i.e. employed by the same company or organization they protect, such as a mall, theme park, or casino); formerly often called works police or security police in the United Kingdom
- “contract,” working for a private security company which protects many locations.
- “Public Security,” “Private Police Officers,” or security police
- “Private Patrol Officers”, vehicle patrol officers that protect multiple client premises.
- “Parapolice”, aggressive firms that routinely engage in criminal investigation and arrests.
Industry terms for various security personnel include: security guard, security agent, security officer, safety patrol, private police, company police, security enforcement officer and public safety. Other job titles in the security industry include bouncer, bodyguards, executive protection agent loss prevention, alarm responder, hospital security officer, mall security officer, crime prevention officer, private patrol officer, and private patrol operator.
Cash transport van with a crew of security guards in Guangzhou, China
State and local governments sometimes regulate the use of these terms by law—for example, certain words and phrases that “give an impression that he or she is connected in any way with the federal government, a state government, or any political subdivision of a state government” are forbidden for use by California security licensees by Business and Professions Code Section 7582.26. So the terms “private homicide police” or “special agent” would be unlawful for a security licensee to use in California. Similarly, in Canada, various acts  specifically prohibits private security personnel from using the terms Probation Officer, law enforcement, police, or police officer.
Alberta and Ontario probibit the use of the term ‘Security Officer’ which is in widespread use in the United States for many decades. Recent changes to the act have also introduced restrictions on uniform and vehicle colours and markings to make private security personnel clearly distinctive from police personnel. Some sources feel that some of these restrictions are put in place to satisfy the Canadian Police Association.
There is a marked difference between persons performing the duties historically associated with watchmen and persons who take a more active role in protecting persons and property. The former, often called “guards,” are taught the mantra “observe and report,” are minimally trained, and not expected to deal with the public or confront criminals.
The latter are often highly trained, sometimes armed depending on contracts agreed upon with clientele, and are more likely to interact with the general public and to confront the criminal element. These employees tend to take pride in the title “Security Officer” or “Protection Officer” and disdain the label of “guard.”
Ironically enough, there may be no relationship between duties performed and compensation—many mall “security officers” who are exposed to serious risks make less per hour than “industrial security guards” with less training and responsibility. However, there are now more positions in the security role that separate not just the titles, but the job itself. The roles have progressed and so have the areas for which security people are needed. All security jobs vary in pay and duties at present.
The term “agent” is particularly problematic in the security industry because it can describe not only a civil legal relationship between an employee and their employer or contractor (“agent of the owner” in California PC 602), but also describes a person in government service (“Special Agent Jones of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.”) However we should then also consider the fact that this title is also made available to banking agents, loan agents and real estate agents.
Security “agents” found in loss prevention and personal or executive protection (bodyguards) typically work in plainclothes, without a uniform, and are usually highly trained to act lawfully in direct defense of life and/or property. There is also confusion with bail enforcement agents, or as they are popularly known “bounty hunters,” who are sometimes regulated by the same agencies which regulate private security.
Security personnel are essentially private citizens, and therefore are bound by the same laws and regulations as the citizenry they are contracted to serve, and therefore are not allowed to represent themselves as law enforcement under penalty of law.
Many security firms and proprietary security departments practice the “detect, deter, observe and report” methodology. Security officers are not required to make arrests, but have the authority to make a citizen’s arrest, or otherwise act as an agent of law enforcement at the request of a police officer, sheriff, and others.
In addition to the methodology mentioned above, a private security officer’s primary duty is the prevention and deterrence of crime. Security personnel enforce company rules and can act to protect lives and property. In fact, they frequently have a contractual obligation to provide these actions. Security officers are often trained to perform arrest and control procedures (including handcuffing and restraints), operate emergency equipment, perform first aid, CPR, take accurate notes, write detailed reports, and perform other tasks as required by the contractee they are serving.
Many security officers are required to go through additional training mandated by the state for the carrying of weapons such as batons, firearms, and pepper spray (e.g. the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services in California has requirements that a license for each item listed must be carried while on duty). Some officers are required to complete police certification for special duties.
Positions are also set to grow in the U.S., with 175,000 new security jobs expected before 2016. In recent years, due to elevated threats of terrorism, most security officers are required to have bomb-threat training and/or emergency crisis training, especially those located in soft target areas such as shopping malls, schools, and any other area where the general public congregate.
One major economic justification for security personnel is that insurance companies (particularly fire insurance carriers) will give substantial rate discounts to sites which have a 24-hour presence; for a high risk or high value venue, the discount can often exceed the money being spent on its security program.
This is because having security on site increases the odds that any fire will be noticed and reported to the local fire department before a total loss occurs. Also, the presence of security personnel (particularly in combination with effective security procedures) tends to diminish “shrinkage,” theft, employee misconduct and safety rule violations, property damage, or even sabotage. Many casinos hire security guards to protect money when transferring it from the casino to the casino’s bank.
Security personnel may also perform access control at building entrances and vehicle gates; meaning, they ensure that employees and visitors display proper passes or identification before entering the facility. Security officers are often called upon to respond to minor emergencies (lost persons, lockouts, dead vehicle batteries, etc.) and to assist in serious emergencies by guiding emergency responders to the scene of the incident, helping to redirect foot traffic to safe locations, and by documenting what happened on an incident report.
Armed security officers are frequently contracted to respond as law enforcement until a given situation at a client location is under control and/or public authorities arrive on the scene.
Patrolling is usually a large part of a security officer’s duties. Often these patrols are logged by use of a guard tour patrol system, which require regular patrols. The most commonly used form used to be mechanical clock systems that required a key for manual punching of a number to a strip of paper inside with the time pre-printed on it.
Recently, electronic systems have risen in popularity due to their light weight, ease of use, and downloadable logging capabilities . Regular patrols are, however, becoming less accepted as an industry standard, as it provides predictability for the would-be criminal, as well as monotony for the security officer on duty.
Random patrols are easily programmed into these systems, allowing greater freedom of movement and unpredictability. Global positioning systems are also easing their way into the market as a more effective means of tracking officer movement and patrol behavior.
Often, security officers are uniformed and act to protect property by maintaining a high visibility presence to deter illegal and inappropriate actions, observing (either directly, through patrols, or by watching alarm systems or video cameras) for signs of crime, fire or disorder; then taking action and reporting any incidents to their client and emergency services as appropriate.
Since at least the Middle Ages in Europe, the term watchman was more commonly applied to this function. This term was carried over to North America where it was interchangeable with night-watchman until both terms were replaced with the modern security-based titles.
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