In general, event security guards would usually be tasked to keep on-site for on-site environmental monitoring and surveillance of the event, especially of the parking area. But of course, you also need to be on-site to cater to any emergencies and potential problems that may arise during the event. This may include setup of perimeter and crowd control measures. While you are there to take care of those activities, it is still important to report back to your supervisors as soon as possible if ever something untoward begins to happen.

The main role of event security guards is to maintain a safe environment for those who wish to attend the event. They are in charge of supervising the crowd at all times, checking on people's identity badges and making sure they did not bring any weapons, prohibited substances or any other items into the event, as well as doing background checks on them. They would also be in charge of monitoring and controlling the fire exits, of providing security for any medical emergencies and of doing crowd control. However, aside from these duties, they would also be needed to conduct oral and written inspections of each participant in the event, as well as of the equipment that will be utilized in the event, as well as of any other pertinent items found within the facility.

Event Security Guards also need to be familiar with proper event access control procedures to ensure that all guests are kept under control. Event Access Control is the system of rules and policies to which all guests must adhere. An event facility's main goal is to ensure that no unauthorized individuals can enter the building and cause damage or harm to the properties, while all other guests are enjoying themselves. Event Access Control handles the implementation of entry controls throughout the event, ensuring that all guests are directed where to go and that no one enters where they are not welcome. Event Security Guards are in charge of Event Access Control throughout the event and have the responsibility of enforcing all policies pertaining to entry and exiting the premises.

Event Security Guards are also responsible for providing security screening at the doors leading to the event premises, as well as at the parking lot of the venue. Event Security Guards are also responsible for providing security screening at the entrances to the venue. If an unauthorized person should enter the event premises, the event security guard will have to take action to escort the individual away from the event, and will have to report this situation to the Police immediately. They will be responsible for investigating any reports of assault, theft or any other criminal activity that may have occurred during the event, and will be in charge of ensuring that all law abiding guests are kept under surveillance at all times.

Event Security Guards are in charge of maintaining a safe environment for all guests. When a guest arrives at the venue, the event security guards will check to see that all of these people have clearly identification. These people may also be required to undergo background checks. Once the security has ensured that all of these guests are who they say they are, the guests are ushered into the venue. The process of entering the venue is usually very rapid, which is to ensure that all of the guests are able to quickly get to their seats. Once all of the guests are seated, the stage lights will be turned off and music will begin.

When the music stops, the stage will be set for the performances that all of the guests have been waiting to see. All of the performers will then arrive on the stage and perform their music. A live band will be assembled for this portion of the evening and will play until the event security guard have completed their inspections of the crowd. Once all of the performers have finished performing, the band will call a halt to their performance and the night will end. Once all of the guests have left the venue, the event security guard will then secure the area and make sure all of the guests are all free to leave.