Armed and Unarmed Guards Guarding Solutions that we offerSecurity driversHuman barriersTalent/Artist security protectionCar park securityCrowd management officersVIP Protection Access controlLocation SecurityDoormen/BouncersReaction Units MORE INFORMATION ASK YOURSELF Signs why I need security?Concerned about Police Not Responding in Time.A High rate of Criminal activity in your area. You're Experiencing Retail Theft and Stock loss. Having Problems with Access Control Systems. Wanting to Protect Sensitive or Confidential Information. What tipe of a security guard do I require?Before choosing between an armed or unarmed guard for your business, corporation, function or residential home, one must consider the threat level, type of business or activity, cost and training beforehand Why do I need security guards?Guards can be used to prevent crime, maintain overall security and assist customers and employees. Employing the services of a reputable, licensed security agency can help offset the potential for loss and ensure public safety. Why does a security company needs to be Psira Accredited?The Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) is the Governing Body and Regulatory Authority for the private security industry. PSiRA accreditation implies that the security company is reliable and able to carry out their duties in protecting the public and their employees What grade guard must I use where?Grade A - Armed guard, ManagerGrade B - Armed guard, SupervisorGrade C - Armed/Unarmed, Access control, Cash - In - Transit, Armed Response, and Special EventsGrade D - Entry level Can I be fined for not using an Accredited Security Service Provider?The Private Security Industry in South Africa is regulated by:The Private Security Industry Regulatory (PSIRA) Act.The sectoral determination, number 6, issued in terms of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.Clause 38(3)(g) of the PSIRA Act stipulates:(g) knowingly or without the exercise of reasonable care contracts for the rendering of security services contrary to a provision of this Act or the Levies Act;is guilty of an offence and-(iii) on a conviction of a contravention referred to in paragraph (b), (c),(d), (e), (f), (g), (h), or (i), is liable to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding 24 months, or to both a fine and such imprisonment. What is a Guard Bodyguard - who protects an individual from personal assaultCrossing guard - who stops traffic so pedestrians can cross the streetLifeguard - who rescues people from drowningPrison guard - who supervises prisoners in a prison or jailSecurity guard - who protects property, assets or people Your name Please enter your name. Your email Please enter a valid email. Your phone Please enter a valid phone number. From the website, please assist with Please enter a message. Send Message failed. Please try again. ON-SITE SECURITY EVALUATION REQUIRED?