All I know about safety-related knowledge are from the college education. I feel like we need some training that help us to control emergency situations on a regular basis. For example, if the casino is on fire, we must evacuate customers into a safe place. However, I don’t feel comfortable with it….We need more safety-related training in the workplace Lack of team cohesion: all the workers in the organization have strong personal characters.
They have high self-esteem and pride on their accomplishment as an athlete. It weakens team cohesion The findings of this study indicated that each phase of the socialization process for the security guard were similar to literature guided by occupational socialization theory in physical education teacher education and coaching[17-19].
In the process of acculturation, Lawson stated that “sport socialization is the process by which individuals acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for sport participation as well as the meaning derived from such participation” (p. 107). Similarly, the security guards in this study formed his conception of the profession through sport socialization. They actively participated in martial arts when they were young.
As Kim noted, media facilitated recruits into their occupational fields. A TV drama and a movie influenced them to become interested in the security guard and body guard. Specifically, their sports (martial arts) and the role of actor in the media attracted them to consider the security guard as a career choice. Moreover, Attending sport competitions facilitated their self-esteem and self-confidence.
It aided them to perceive that they were strong enough to handle dangerous situations. Thus, The security guard as a profession was desired for them to enter security science program in colleges. The agents to influence security guards as a their career choice in this study were almost same as the study done by Kim  even though their job responsibilities were different.