Be Kind. Be Calm. Be Safe
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There is a wonderful principle for when the people feel like they are acting specifically in such a way as to cause them harm. It is called Hanlon’s razor and it is formulated along the lines of ‘Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity’. While that is not a great example for career planning, it is an absolutely perfect answer to the question of why the people are doing, or should do, security. Firefighters are brave: that is not in question. But, movies and TV shows notwithstanding, they do not just run pell-mell into a burning building to save someone. They have protective equipment and spend hours making sure that equipment is maintained and ready to use at need. When they do run into a burning building to save someone, it is with a plan of how they will run back out again.