We offer a variety of services which are carried out by well-trained, equipped and motivated personnel. Our services are as follows:
- Monitoring & Armed Response
- Alarm Systems & full installations
- CCTV Systems
- Surveillance Systems
- Technical Support & Assessments
As front-line representatives of your company, our armed response officers wear’s a high quality uniform and take pride in their appearance. By paying above the industry average, we can guarantee above average service. As part of our recruitment process we check the backgrounds of all our potential security staff.
With regards to staff recruitment and placement a company policy places a strong emphasis on the critical employer aspect like:
- Suitable relevant educational standard and experience
- Appropriate age
- Physical fitness
- Registration with PSIRA (Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority)
- Security clearances (SAPS).
- Possession of Security Training Certificates.
- Staff must be numerate, computer literate and able to read, write and communicate in English and other official languages that are commonly used in the area of operations.
- Management and supervisors must be able to read, write English and understands mathematical figures and must be computer literate.
We appreciate that organisations must be secure in the knowledge that people, property and assets are in safe hands and that, when it comes to security, nothing can be left to chance and that any security system is only as good as its most vulnerable point.
We are on always alert to emerging security threats and in the development of the most appropriate technologies to deal with them.
We are confident that whatever the requirement, through our electronic security solutions we can provide your organisation and premises total peace of mind.
Static guarding is not our main focus but on request of customers, we can provide 24hours security for your premises, office blocks, industrial estates, factories, hospitals, schools, warehouses and building sites.
All our armed response officers are fully trained, uniformed, and hold a PRISA Certificates. They can be utilised as commercial officers to protect staff, stock and premises or front of house to assist your customers or staff.
Other services include:
- Quality armed response officers
- Mobile security patrols
- Alarm response
- Retail security services
We operate a comprehensive range of alarm response, mobile patrol and property inspection services – 24 hours a day/365 days a year providing rapid response and local management support.
We offer a variety of specialist services that can be adapted to suit your requirements:
- Secure couriers and deliveries
- Vehicle escorts
- Temporary intruder alarms
Remote monitoring makes your security investment go further by minimising costs and maximising protection of people, property and assets. It complements your security equipment and manned security, giving you all the benefits of 24/7 protection without the need for a permanently manned site presence.
We provide you a complete range of managed surveillance services, including:
- Remote monitoring of your CCTV and access control
- Security helpdesk provision with full control room functionality
We deliver remote monitoring solutions that enable long-term cost savings, operational efficiencies and maximum return on investment
- Baton sticks
- Hand cuffs
- Mobile radios (Two way Radios)
- Base radio sets
- Pocket book and Pen
- Torch (at night)
- Cellular Phones
The mandate of the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority – or PSIRA as we know it – is derived from the Private Security Industry Regulatory Act 56 of 2001. The primary objective of the Authority is to regulate the private security industry and to exercise effective control over the practice of the occupation of security service provider in the public and national interest and in the interest of the private security industry itself.
PSIRA Trained Security Officers
One of the objects of the Authority is to promote high standards in the training of security service providers and prospective security service providers. Training service providers are required by law to be registered and accredited with PSIRA before services are offered.
Key functions of PSIRA regarding Training:
Determine minimum statutory training standards for the industry
Accreditation of training centres and instructors to present PSIRA statutory courses which includes Grades E-A, Assets in Transit, Reaction Services, Event Security, Dog Handlers
Evaluation and processing of course reports
Liaison with SAQA, QCTO and SASSETA in respect of the development of NQF qualifications and programs for all categories or classes of security service providers
Recognition of Prior Learning
PSIRA Guard Grading – How Does it Work?
The roles and responsibilities of guards differ and are dependent on the grade that the guard has obtained. The lowest grade for security officers in South Africa is grade D, with the highest being grade A.
PSIRA Grade D Security Guards
Grade D security officers’ main function is access control.
PSIRA Grade C Security Guards
A Grade C security officer’s main function is access control of a higher risk area and supervision of lower grade security officers.
PSIRA Grade B Security Guards
A Grade B security officers’ main function is access control in high-risk areas where documentation and basic computer skills might be required.
A site or shift commander.
Managing of lower grade security officers.
Possible inspector doing site visits.
PSIRA Grade A Security Guards
A Grade A security officers’ main function would normally be a site manager or commander.
Controlling and managing a number of functions.
Managing the security workforce
Conducting risk assessments and evaluations on site daily.
Basic investigative skills.
Designing security solutions.
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