#24 SSS Tips | Security Searches

“Security is not a product but a process” – Bruce Schneier Routine security searches are very effect tools used by security personnel in an effort to combat theft. The need for such searches arises from the suspicion, by security, that the person being searched has unauthorised items in their possession. Before any security searches can […]

Day-In-The-Life: A Security Guard’s Experience

“The only way to do great work is to love what you do” – Steve Jobs We spend a large amount of our limited time at work. Often, we moan and complain about the job we do: it doesn’t pay enough, we don’t like the people, we don’t like the working conditions… on and on. […]

#23 SSS Tips | Find Balance in Your Work and Life

“It’s all about quality of life and finding a happy balance between work, friends and family”– Philip GreenIt is essential to create or find a balance in the work that you do and the day-to-day life that you live, if you truly want a life filled with meaning.It may seem, in this never-ending cycle, impossible […]

#22 SSS Security Tip | A New Approach to Community Security

“Public trust is essential to public safety“ – Martin O’Malley The Institute for Race Relations report (I.R.R.) titled “Winning the War on Crime in South Africa: A New Approach Community Policing” was released in September 2016. This informative report, on the whole, confirms what most South Africans already know i.e. that large segments of the […]

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#21 SSS Security Tip | Hard Work Is Key

“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure“ – Colin Powell Hard work is a key component of any worthwhile endeavour. Within the private security industry not only are we faced with gruelling work hours but often there are hostile work environments causing both physical […]