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A manica (Latin: manica [ˈmanɪka], "sleeve"[1]) or cheires by the Greeks was a type of iron or bronze arm guard, with curved and overlapping metal segments or plates, fastened to leather straps, worn by Roman gladiators called crupellarii, and later optionally by soldiers.

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G-Form elbow pads and protective guards give exceptional comfort and full range of motion whether biking, on the baseball field, or on the basketball court . Our SmartFlex technology stays flexible during play and hardens on impact.

Bohning's Slip-On Armguard features a rubber protection piece that is durable yet flexible and enclosed by our sleek, compression-fit nylon. Comfortable to wear and easy to take on and off. Protects the entire forearm and holds back bulky sleeves during your shot. See reference chart for sizing.

Looking to give you the most protection, Epoch also added a wrist guard that is reinforced with PE board to defuse checks. To top it all off they also added a protective forearm pad that works with the revolutionary Sandwich Locking System.

BRUCE BOLT's PREMIUM PRO Elbow Guards feature a semi-moldable thermoplastic protective shell with a Cabretta leather outer and moisture wicking neoprene inner. 2" wide removable elastic strap locks the elbow guard in place providing maximum protection at the plate.

Security guard training schools have been deemed an essential business during New York State on Pause, the executive order issued by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to combat the spread of COVID-19.This determination allows schools to remain open and continue training, but they must adhere to guidelines on student occupancy and social distancing, as well as appropriate cleaning and disinfecting protocols. Please refer to this guidance memo for more information.

New York State law requires registration and training of security guards in the state. The DCJS Office of Public Safety provides administrative oversight for mandated security training and approves security guard training schools. The New York State Department of State Division of Licensing Services has oversight responsibility for the registration of all security guards.

All security guards are required to complete an 8 Hour Pre-Assignment Training Course prior to applying to the Department of State for a Security Guard Registration Card. That course must be followed by a 16-Hour On-the-Job Training Course for Security Guards within 90 days of initial employment as a security guard. Guards also must complete an 8-Hour Annual In-service Training Course for Security Guards every year.

Armed guard applicants must have a valid New York State pistol license pursuant to Penal Law 400.00 and must complete a 47-Hour Firearms Training Course for Security Guards prior to applying for a Special Armed Guard Registration Card. Starting one year from the date of completion of the 47-hour firearms training course, holders of a Special Armed Guard Registration Card also must annually complete an 8-Hour Annual In-service Training Course for Armed Security Guards.

*Applicants for Special Armed Guard Registration cards who have completed initial training in firearms and deadly physical force more than 12 months prior to being employed as a security guard must complete the 8 Hour Annual In-service Training Course for Armed Security Guards or a Police Annual Firearm Qualification, or a Peace Officer Annual Firearm Qualification prior to applying for a Special Armed Guard Registration Card.

Piracy is one of the major threats to maritime security in the shipping industry. However, a decrease in piracy incidents is observed. The most important reason is the use of armed guards onboard ships.

An unexpected decline followed the dramatic boom in hijackings from 2009 to 2011 in their number. According to the International Maritime Bureau, a maritime crime-fighting body, the number of hijackings in 2012 was 71, decreasing from 219 in 2010 and 236 in 2011. The reasons for this change are the strict implementation of Best Management Practice (known as BMP), coordination between states' naval forces, and using armed guards on board. Today, more than 35% of ships carry armed guards on board. More ship owners hire them from private security firms to protect their vessels as they transit "pirate-infested" waters, particularly in the Gulf of Aden and South Africa.

The increase in financial losses due to ransom payments, as well as the risk of loss of life, has led to a rethinking of the shipping industry. As a result, shipowners being potential piracy victims, prefer to pay for additional vessel protection by hiring armed guards who are on board the protected vessel and/or on an escorting vessel. Many armed guards are former members of the Navy.

Vessels transiting a Piracy High-Risk Area will often send "Armed Guard Onboard" as the Destination in the AIS. This deterrent measure might prevent pirates from knowing their real destination (whether the ship has armed guards onboard or not). The pirates might re-evaluate their plans to attack a vessel. Another benefit: The AIS can stay switched on increasing Maritime Security. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) recommends that the AIS remains active during a piracy event as a safety precaution to allow the counter-piracy naval forces in the area to track the positions of vessels in real time. But the IMO also states that the master can disable the AIS at their discretion if the voyage is threatened or before a piracy event occurs.

Made of sleek compression-fit nylon, the armguard features a rubber protection piece that is incredibly durable, yet very soft and flexible. The protective piece is sewn on to the armguard in recessed channels. Easy on, easy off for a very comfortable fit!

Swagger and speed in a lightning-fast look, the Shock Doctor Compression Arm Sleeve keeps your muscles warm and active while also guarding your skin from nicks and turf burn. Stay cool and dry when it matters most. Featuring the signature Shock Doctor bolt in a single sleeve. 041b061a72


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