OEIS Protection

4256 Carrol Avenue, Unit 5, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 0B6

TEL: 877-296-1112



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For Full-Timers (Availability must be Weekdays, Weekends, Public Holidays, Morning, Night & Afternoon Shifts)

For Part-Timers (Fill the chart below)

monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday
DAYS: Anytime between 06:00 – 19:00, AFTERNOONS: Anytime between 14:00 – 23:59, NIGHTS: Anytime between 22:00 – 09:00
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I, an employee of OEIS PROTECTION (OEIS), declare that,
in carrying out my duties as an employee, I will:
1. Exercise the powers of my office and fulfill my responsibilities in good faith and in the best interests of
2. Exercise these responsibilities, at all times, with due diligence, care, and skill in a reasonable and prudent manner.
3. Respect and support OEIS’s bylaws, policies, Code of Conduct, and decisions of the Board and
4. Review all related meeting information prepared in advance, attend and fully participate in discussions of
the Board and various standing committees, at all times keeping in mind the best interests of the
organization as a whole.
5. Keep confidential all information that I learn about clients, personnel, and any other matters specifically
determined by board motion to be matters of confidence including matters dealt with during in-camera
meetings of the Board, both during my tenure on the Board and after leaving the Board.
6. Conduct me in a spirit of collegiality and respect for the collective decisions of the Board and
subordinate my personal interests to the best interests of OEIS.
7. Immediately declare any personal conflict of interest that may come to my attention.
8. Immediately resign my position as an employee of OEIS in the event that I, or my colleagues, or directors
on the Board, have concluded that I have breached my ‘Oath of Office’.
9. My oath to OEIS is clear, concise of any 'tarnish'. I will be loyal to the Directors of OEIS at all times.

Board members and staff of OEIS will at all times conduct themselves in a manner that:
• Supports the objectives of OEIS
• Serves the overall best interests of OEIS rather than any particular constituency
• Brings credibility and goodwill to OEIS
• Respects principles of fair play and due process
• Demonstrates respect for individuals in all manifestations of their cultural and linguistic diversity and
life circumstances
• Respects and gives fair consideration to diverse and opposing viewpoints
• Demonstrates due diligence and dedication in preparation for and attendance at meetings, special
events and in all other activities on behalf of OEIS
• Demonstrates good faith, prudent judgment, honesty, transparency, and openness in their activities
on behalf of OEIS
• Ensures that the financial affairs of OEIS are conducted in a responsible and transparent manner
with due regard for their fiduciary responsibilities and public trusteeship
• Avoids real or perceived conflicts of interest
• Conforms with the Bylaws and policies approved by the Board, in particular this Code of Conduct,
the Oath of Office and Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest policies
• Publicly demonstrates acceptance, respect, and support for decisions legitimately taken in
transaction of ROI’s business
I solemnly affirm my Oath to OEIS. I am aware that any misconduct will and can result in internal investigations and/or
dismissal and lawsuits.


At OEIS, gossip is an activity that can drain, distract and downshift our job satisfaction. We all have participated in this, yet most of us say we don’t like it. In order to create a more professional workplace, we are making a commitment to creating a gossip-free environment.
Gossiping; Rumor or talk of a personal, sensational, or intimate nature. A person who habitually spreads intimate or private rumors or facts. Trivial, chatty talk, or writing.
You will notice that gossip is a noun – which means it is something you DO. That also means that gossip is something you choose to do and you can choose NOT to do. In order to end gossip, means to end a particular type of communication, and this can be talk, text, social media, or email communications.

  •  Gossip always involves a person who is not present.
  • Unwelcome and negative gossip involved criticizing another person.
  • Gossip often is about conjecture that can injure another person’s credibility or reputation.

In order to be professional at OEIS, I promise to:

1.Not speak or insinuate another person’s name when that person is not present unless it is to complement or reference that individual regarding work matters.

2.Refuse to participate when another mentions a person who is not present in a negative light. I will change the subject or tell them that I have agreed not to talk about another individual.

3.Choose not to respond to negative emails, texts, or social media posts or use emails, texts, or social media posts to pass on private or derogatory information about another individual from the workplace.

4.While off the job, I will not speak to another co-worker about people at work in a derogatory light. If I have feelings, I will select to talk to some, not at the workplace.

5.If a co-worker does something unethical, against procedures, or disruptive, I will use the proper channeled to report this to the upper management administrator to take corrective action.

6.I will mind my own business, do good work, be a professional adult and expect the same in return.

By signing below, I acknowledge that I have read the above No Gossip Policy and intend to abide by the above mention guidelines. I am aware that if I fail to abide by said guidelines I may face disciplinary action, including possible termination.


OEIS INVESTIGATION - 130 King St, W Suite 1800, Toronto ON M5Z 2A2 - 1-877-296-1112

info@oeis.ca - https://www.oeis.ca Agency Auth: 11113792



Information Security Non-Disclosure






In connection with any engagement of sales that you ("You") will provide to OEIS and/or its subsidiaries or affiliates (collectively, the "Company"), the Company may provide You, or give You access to, certain business plans, internal evaluations, financial information, proprietary or third-party software systems, and/or other non- public information concerning the Company (together with any notes, analyses, compilations, studies, or other documents prepared by, as defined below, that are based upon, contain, or otherwise reflect such information, the "Confidential Information").


In consideration of the Company furnishing You with the Confidential Information, the parties agree as follows (the "Letter Agreement"):


    1. The Confidential Information shall be used by You solely within the scope of your engagement of sales for which the disclosure was made, and not for any other purpose. Except to the extent permitted by Paragraph 4 hereof, You shall not disclose Confidential Information to any third party and shall otherwise treat such Confidential Information as you treat like information of your own. At a minimum, you shall at all times take whatever commercially reasonable steps are necessary to protect the confidentiality of such information.


    1. The term "Confidential Information" shall be deemed not to include information which (i) is or becomes generally available to the public other than (a) as a result of a disclosure by You or any other person who directly or indirectly receives such information from You or (b) in violation of a confidentiality obligation to the Company known to You or (ii) is or becomes available to You on a non-confidential basis from a source which is entitled to disclose it to You.


    1. Unless otherwise specified in a separate agreement between the parties, all Confidential Information disclosed by the Company to You shall be and shall remain the Company's property. Upon termination of your engagement of services for which the disclosure was made, or at any time upon Company's request, You shall promptly return all existing tangible Confidential Information to the Company. Any Confidential Information that is not returned or has not been destroyed, including without limitation any oral Confidential Information, shall remain subject to the confidentiality obligations set forth in this Letter Agreement.








Human Resource Management Department


OEIS INVESTIGATION - 130 King St, W Suite 1800, Toronto ON M5Z 2A2 - 1-877-296-1112

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Human Resource Management Department




Security Equipment Agreement



To use OEIS Security Equipment for Simultaneous Interpretation, fill out all the information requested, sign the liability agreement on this form. If you have any questions please contact hr@oeis.ca.





Guard/person hereby agrees as follows:


      1. Guard/person shall keep the Equipment in a good state of repair, normal wear and tear excepted, and is responsible for any damage to, loss or theft of the Equipment occurred during the Period in his/her possession.


      1. Guard/person shall pay OEIS full compensation for replacement and/or repair of any Equipment (transmitters, headsets, receivers and accessories and any components thereof) that may be damaged, lost or stolen during the Period in possession.


      1. Guard/person shall not remove the Equipment from the address of Guard/person or the location shown herein as the place of use of the equipment without the prior written approval of OEIS


      1. The equipment shall be picked up by Guard/person and returned to OEIS at the Guard/person's risk, cost and expense.


      1. No allowance will be made for any taken Equipment or portion thereof which is claimed not to have been used. Acceptance of returned Equipment by OEIS does not constitute a waiver of any of the rights OEIS has under this agreement.


      1. OEIS may terminate this agreement immediately upon the failure of Guard/person, returning equipment when due.


      1. OEIS makes no warranty of any kind regarding the Equipment, except that OEIS may replace the Equipment with identical or similar Equipment if the Equipment fails to operate in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications and operation instructions but only if OEIS has available Equipment in its possession. Such replacement shall be made as soon as practicable after Guard/person returns the non-conforming equipment.


      1. Guard/person indemnifies and holds OEIS harmless for any and all injuries or damage due to the use of Equipment and for all consequential and special damages for any claimed breach of warranty.


      1. Guard/person shall pay all reasonable attorney and other fees, the expenses and costs incurred by OEIS in the protection of its rights under this agreement and for any action taken by OEIS to collect any amounts due to OEIS under this agreement.


      1. These terms are accepted by Guard/person upon delivery of the terms to the Guard/person or the agent or other representative of the Guard/person.


      1. Guard/person agrees to render a deposit of $150.00, from their paycheck, [if applicable only] before taking possession of the equipment. This deposit will be safely reimbursed after the return of the equipment and after OEIS deems the equipment to be in good condition, as it was given.





Uniform Agreement




I acknowledge that: upon receiving the uniform, the uniform is the property of OEIS. It is understood that this uniform will be returned to OEIS within 48 hours upon leaving my employment with OEIS or for any other reason.


I acknowledge that the uniform shall be cold water washed and “Air Dried”, which means it shall not be dried in an electric heating dryer. Drying in a dryer will damage the uniform and screen printed matter on the uniform.


I agree to compensate OEIS in the amount of $50/Shirt; $75/Vest in the event the uniform is lost, stolen, damaged beyond repair, or upon failure to return the uniform within 48 hours as outlined above.


I also agree to have the amount of $125.00 deducted from my first pay, when given a new uniform from OEIS.





Uniforms can be machine washed, but hand washing is preferred. Uniforms must be “air-dried”. DO NOT DRY UNIFORM in a heated dryer. This will cause the screen printing on the uniforms to fade, crack and peel over time. Following these simple rules for cleaning and caring for your uniform will result in longer life and new-looking uniforms for years to come!








        1. Keep the OEIS DO’S AND DONTS with you while on duty.
        2. Always obey and follow the policy of OEIS
        3. Wear your proper uniform.
        4. Your uniform should be neat and properly ironed.
        5. Your shoes should be neat and polished.
        6. Shave daily/keep beard and mustache trimmed. [if female, hair in a bun]
        7. Ensure that you have a proper haircut.
  1. Display your identity card on your person while on duty.
  2. Be punctual [this means to arrive 15 mins prior to the start of your shift]
  3. Be alert and vigilant.
  4. Be polite and courteous.
  5. Be enthusiastic.
  6. Be respectful to all customers/visitors.
  1. Greet and reply the greetings in a friendly way.
  2. Keep yourself healthy and fit.
  3. Stay calm with angry customers or residents
  4. Deal respectfully with all customers.
  5. Know your senior staff.
  6. Inform your supervisor/superiors about any unexpected or emergency situation.
  7. Ensure secrecy of Company information.
  8. Make sure you know your duties/responsibilities at every post.
  9. Proper duty handing over should be carried out.
  10. Be cooperative and build a good relationship with all.
  11. Be available and flexible for any Emergency duty.
  12. Do simple stretching exercises every hour while on duty.
  13. Keep yourself updated about functional processes and procedures.
  14. NO PHONES ALLOWED ON DUTY. If caught with a phone, a fine of $50 will apply.
  15. Be aware of the vulnerable areas, security threats and emergency exit at your location.
  16. Ensure that the premises are secure after business hours.
  1. Keep a list of important telephone numbers with you.
  2. Be aware of the actions to be taken in case of any emergency.


  1. You should know how to frisk and check visitors if required.
  2. Keep an eye on the movement of personnel and vehicles in your area.
  3. Be aware of hiding places in vehicles that have to be checked.
  4. Carry out regular patrolling of your area of responsibility.
  5. Ensure that all security gadgets in your area are working properly.
  6. Report any breaches of Security to your superior immediately.
  7. Ensure proper key management.
  1. Make sure the first aid box is available in your post and is to be used in an emergency.
  2. Make sure you know the types of fire extinguishers and how to use them in case of an emergency.



  1. Do not leave your post unless permitted by your supervisor or for patrolling.
  2. Do not allow entry to any unauthorized person into the premises without permission.
  3. Do not come to work under the influence of liquor/narcotic substances.
  4. Do not smoke while on duty.
  5. Do not chew gum or tobacco while on duty.
  6. Do not sleep on duty.
  7. Do not engage in unnecessary conversation while on duty.
  8. Do not take leave without permission.
  9. Do not argue with or shout at customers.
  10. Don’t be busy in secondary matters while on duty.
  11. Don’t indulge in rumour-mongering.
  12. Do not use company property or services for personal gain.
  13. Do not entertain your friends/relatives in the guard post.
  14. Do not listen to music while on duty.
  15. Do not bring your laptop/electronic devices to the workplace.




Disclaimer: Employee acknowledges and agrees that Employee has carefully read the do’s and don’ts of the Company and that Employee fully understands its final and binding effect.


The employee has read and understands the do’s and don’ts and acknowledges that it is reasonable and enforceable, and agrees to abide by its terms.




By reading this agreement, you agree to comply and follow OEIS’s rules and regulations in regards to the NO show and Notice prior to Resignation.


In Ontario, while an employee may not be subject to a tenable action for damages in cases of mere negligence, OEIS has the right to seek damages against you in case your conduct has amounted to more than negligence or carelessness and OEIS’s losses are significant.


In order to avoid potential actions for damages, you must also ensure that you act in accordance with reasonable our contractual terms to which you agreed to prior, during and post-resignation or termination with respect to confidentiality, fidelity and non-solicitation.


This includes:

  • Negligence.
  • Breach of contract.
  • Failure to provide sufficient notice prior to resignation.


If you do not show up to your shift, then know that OEIS will be suffering a financial loss related to your negligence.


OEIS reserves the right, and lawfully, to sue you for damages paid to a third party if you acted with gross negligence. All of which will be treated as a civil lawsuit.


When you leave or don’t show up to your scheduled shift, leaving us with no notice, you leave OEIS in a lurch while we spend time seeking a suitable replacement. This results in massive losses of income, time and a sour reputation amongst our vendors.


Please note: OEIS, legally, will sue you, should you have not provided adequate notice, resulting in OEIS’s loss of revenue.


In Ontario, the laws prohibiting mandatory notice, have won many lawsuits. In these cases, the courts simply reasoned that an employee did not offer enough notification for the employer to find a suitable replacement, which resulted in the company losing money.


I understand and agree to abide by the above agreement and fully understand the severity of not showing up to my scheduled shift or walking out of a shift or not issuing a Notice prior to Resignation.





5-4256 Carroll Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2J 7J2 | 1-877-296-1112 | info@oeis.ca | www.oeis.ca






solemnly declare that the statements made in this application are true.