Direct personnel involved in establishing and maintaining firm's security.
What does a Plant Protection Superintendent do?
Directs personnel involved in establishing, promoting, and maintaining firm’s security and property-protection programs: Establishes and supervises through subordinates, operational procedures for activities, such as fire prevention and firefighting, traffic control, guarding and patrolling physical property, orienting and monitoring of personnel involved with classified information, and investigation of accidents and criminal acts. Confers with representatives of management to formulate policies, determine need for programs, and coordinate programs with plant activities. Confers with representatives of local government to ensure cooperation and coordination of plant activities with law enforcement and firefighting agencies. May direct activities of workers involved in industrial safety programs. May direct activities of workers engaged in performing building maintenance and janitorial services.