SECURITY SERVICE

The security service carries out its activities in the direction of ensuring the protection of objects, property, protection of trade secrets, personal security of employees and students of the IEC.
The security service, if necessary, is provided with vehicles, special security and protection equipment in order to perform the assigned tasks.
Main activities:
  • Provides round-the-clock security of IEC facilities, ensures the safety of employees and students located in buildings and on the territory of the IEC.
  • Together with the heads of structural divisions, it determines the list of information constituting a commercial secret, as well as the use of the information security system by all IEC employees.
  • Organizes access control in all tasks, and monitors the fire safety of protected objects.
  • Monitors compliance with the internal regulations of students and teachers, as well as suppresses violations by all persons located on the territory of the Corporation.
  • Establishes rules on protected objects for putting them under protection and implementing protection.
  • Gives officials of structural divisions of the IEC and tenants are required to accept representations relating to issues of safety and security.
  • The security service is a unified structure of the IEC with divisions working in shifts.
  • Each shift performs its official tasks in accordance with the protected objects, in cooperation and complementing each other, covers a full range of measures for personal security, the preservation of material values and ensuring law and order at the protected objects.
The staff of the security service formed on a contractual basis, from among persons at the age from 21 to 45 years, who served in the Armed Forces, bodies of internal Affairs or national security Committee with special training according to the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On security activities of the ROK" dated 19.10.2000.
 
The head of security:
Zhantasov N. Kanat
Phone: 8 (727) 220-81-06 EXT. 1151
8800 070 1056; 355-10-56